Without a doubt, young Ukrainian DJ/producer Omnia is one of the most exciting and fast-rising names to emerge from the progressive & trance scenes this past 18 months. He recently leapt into the Top 50 in the prestigious DJ Magazine Top 100 DJs poll, coming in at #48.
Having already made waves as a standout, festival-rocking DJ in his homeland in recent years, Omnia has recently transformed himself into a breakout and in-demand producer on a global scale, after dropping a devastating sequence of releases that has included several Beatport #1s. As with the rise of Arty before him, Omnia has picked-up the baton to lead the Eastern European EDM takeover in 2013, with notable highlights in a packed DJ schedule including festivals such as Global Gathering UK & Ukraine, Ultra Argentina, A State Of Trance 600 Holland, Trancefusion Czech Republic, Summadayze Australia as well as global club brands such as Ministry Of Sound, Zouk, Papaya, Privilege & Eden Ibiza, Ageha and Ellui.
Omnia’s imagination was first captured by dance music sounds when he was a young boy in the late 90s and early 2000s. By his late teens, Omnia had started to experiment with music production with a particular love of trance, but with influences drawn from the many genres that had been his passion for over a decade. Self-taught in the studio, Omnia’s sound has a distinctive edge and a style that refuses to be pigeon-holed. His productions started to gain international recognition in 2011, when Armin van Buuren and Markus Schulz and other top jocks started supporting his early releases, which included a remix of Arty & Mat Zo ‘Rebound’.