Since getting his first decks at the age of 13, Brandon Linkewich, aka White Light, has been soaking up all that the electronic music scene has to offer. Beginning his career by playing school dances and local shows, it wasn’t until the age of 16 that the Calgary-native would play his first festival and make a major step forward.

With his sights set on making a career in the dance music scene, he applied to study production at Icon Collective in LA to help further his skills. Exploring the world of music production, viral videos, and even launching his own clothing brand WHT LHT, he continued to refine his brand and grow a fan base. Upon graduation from ICON, he spent six months focused solely on the music side of his career by connecting with labels and producing new tracks for the world to hear.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Now primed and ready to dominate the electronic music scene, White Light dropped tracks “Ghost”, “Memories, and “Apologies” earlier this year amassing hundreds of thousands of plays. This milestone soon started to grow, landing him a spot in DJ Mag North America alongside Rezz and many other notable dance music artists. 

Being only 22 years old, and having recently moved to Toronto, White Light spent 2019 crafting his brand and developing his sound even more. He recently teamed up with New York’s very own Tangina Stone signing a major deal with Roc Nation, and releasing his biggest record to date.

With all this success, White Light is going back into the studio to craft up some surprise content for 2020…