SkiiTour - A fun-loving DJ/production duo from Whistler, Canada are known for their upbeat “feel-good house music that keeps the vibe groovy” (DJ Mag) as well as channelling a retro ski aesthetic. Their annual high-energy après ski parties at Shambhala Music Festival have become legendary and their tracks have been supported by Diplo, Anna Lunoe, Zedd, David Guetta, Afojack, Steve Aoki, JAUZ, Martin Garrix, Martin Solveig, and more.
SkiiTour has accumulated over 6 million plays through streaming platforms and has made Mixmag & DJ Mag’s “Track of the Month” multiple times. On top of their steady output of productions, they maintain a global touring schedule of 80+ shows per year, including festivals like Shambhala, Burning Man, Chasing Summer, Bass Coast, Snowbombing Canada and many more.
The lockdown didn’t slow them down at all. They performed numerous live streams for some of the biggest house music channels (Dirtybird, SpaceYacht, ShambhalaMusicFestival, itsGOODTV, Subsetgetsit, TheFunkHunters) and recently were awarded the coveted Twitch Partner. title. They also released the downtempo “Too Hot Too Cold feat FRASE” which because a Spotify Editorial playlist darling and warranted a remix package. 2021 is shaping up to be a big year with releases on Box Of Cat & Space Yacht already in the bag.
SkiiTour started 2019 with a bang, holding onto the #1 song on Beatport Electro House charts with ‘Redlight’ for 5 straight weeks. This collaboration with Marten Hørger became a festival staple worldwide.
SkiiTour’s collaboration with SmallTown DJs & Dances With White Girls “Bad Behaviour” premiered on Diplo & Friends (BBC Radio 1) and charted on Beatport after being released by A-Trak’s Fool’s Gold Records.
The summer of 2019 SkiiTour released their underground hit “Blue Caboose” on DND Records which spent 3 months on Beatport’s Future House charts and became a house anthem for Western Canada.
SkiiTour has recently signed a multi-year endorsement deal with Monster Energy and was nominated for Electronic & Dance Artist Of The Year at the 2020 BreakOut West Awards.
In the spring of 2016, they started up their own record label, Double Black Records.