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Skrillex

Skrillex in 2011

Background information

Birth name Sonny John Moore

Born January 15, 1988 (age 31)

Los Angeles, California, U.S.

 EDM[1]
Genres
 dubstep

 electro house

 trap

 moombahton

 post-hardcore

Occupation(s)  DJ
 record producer
 musician

 singer

 songwriter

Instruments  Vocals

 guitar

 bass

 CDJs

 drum machine

 synthesizer

 sampler

 sequencer

 Ableton live

Years active 2004–present

Labels  Atlantic

 Big Beat

 OWSLA

 Asylum

 mau5trap

 Sumerian Records

Associated acts  From First to Last

 Jack Ü

 Diplo

 Dog Blood

 Boys Noize

 Ellie Goulding

 Zedd

 deadmau5

 Incubus

 Justin Bieber

 Poo Bear

 THEY.

Website skrillex.com

Sonny John Moore (born January 15, 1988), known professionally as Skrillex, is an American
record producer, DJ, singer, songwriter and musician. Growing up in Northeast Los Angeles and
in Northern California, he joined the American post-hardcore band From First to Last as the lead
singer in 2004, and recorded two studio albums with the band (Dear Diary, My Teen Angst Has a
Body Count, 2004, and Heroine, 2006) before leaving to pursue a solo career in 2007.[2][3] He began
his first tour as a solo artist in late 2007. After recruiting a new band lineup, Moore joined
the Alternative Press Tour to support bands such as All Time Low and The Rocket Summer, and
appeared on the cover of Alternative Press' annual "100 Bands You Need to Know" issue.[4]
After releasing the Gypsyhook EP in 2009, Moore was scheduled to record his debut studio
album, Bells, with producer Noah Shain. He ceased production of the album, however, and began
performing under the name Skrillex, distributing the My Name Is Skrillex EP for free download on his
official MySpace page. Subsequently, he released the Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites EP in late–
2010 and More Monsters and Sprites EP in mid–2011, both of which have since become moderate
commercial successes. On November 30, 2011, he received five Grammy Award nominations at
the 54th Grammy Awards, including Best New Artist and won three: "Best Dance/Electronica
Album", "Best Dance Recording", and "Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical".[5] On December 5,
2011, the BBCannounced that he had been nominated for their Sound of 2012 poll.[6] On December
12, 2011, he was also named MTV's Electronic Dance Music Artist of the Year.[7] Skrillex has won
eight Grammy Awards and holds the world record for most Grammys won by an Electronic Dance
Music artist.[8] Skrillex has collaborated with Diplo and Boys Noize to form the groups of Jack
Ü and Dog Bloodrespectively. It was announced on Moore's 29th birthday, he reunited with From
First To Last and released a single named "Make War". In 2017, Skrillex produced and mixed 8, the
eighth studio album by rock band Incubus.[9] In July 2017, Skrillex released another single featuring
debuting solo artist Poo Bear.[10]

Contents

 1Early life
 2Career
o 2.1From First to Last
o 2.2Dog Blood
o 2.3Jack Ü
o 2.42004–07: From First to Last
o 2.52008–13: Solo career and extended plays
o 2.62014: Recess
o 2.72016–present: Collaborations and return to From First to Last
 3Influences
 4Personal life
 5Discography
 6Filmography
 7Awards and nominations
o 7.1Grammy Awards
o 7.2Kids Choice Awards
o 7.3MTV Video Music Awards
o 7.4Annie Awards
o 7.5Electronic Music Awards
 8See also
 9References
 10External links
Early life
Moore was born in the Highland Park neighborhood of Northeast Los Angeles,[11][12] but moved to
the Forest Hill neighborhood of San Francisco at the age of 2, where he attended elementary school.
At the ages of 9 and 10, Moore attended a local boarding school located in the Mojave Desert LV,
but eventually moved back to Northern California. Both of his parents were Scientologists.[13][14] He
was adopted at birth by family friends of his biological parents and did not find this out until he was
15.[15] By the time he was 12,[citation needed]his family moved back to his birthplace of Northeast Los
Angeles. There he enrolled in a private academy school specializing in arts, the school used some
of L Ron Hubbard's teachings.[16] Later he was home schooled at the age of 14 due to bullying. In
2004, he learned he was adopted[17] and dropped out of the program when he was 16.[18][19] While a
young teenager in Los Angeles, Moore would attend punk gigs in Mexican American neighborhoods
in East and South Los Angeles, and later at electro club raves in the downtown's Silver
Lake and Echo Park neighborhoods.[20][21]

Career
From First to Last
Main article: From First to Last
From First to Last is an American post-hardcore band based in Los Angeles Area and Tampa,
Florida. The band is composed of lead vocalist Moore, lead guitarist Matt Good, rhythm
guitarist Travis Richter, bassist Matt Manning, and drummer Derek Bloom.
Dog Blood
Main article: Dog Blood
Dog Blood, a side project by Skrillex and Boys Noize, was formed in 2012. Their debut single,
consisting of the songs "Next Order" and "Middle Finger", was released on August 12, 2012
on Beatport and iTunes. The song "Next Order" managed to top Beatport's Techno chart.
Jack Ü
Main article: Jack Ü
Jack Ü is a duo made up of Skrillex and Diplo. Jack Ü's debut performance took place at the Mad
Decent Block Party in San Diego on September 15, 2013, which is a nationwide tour that record
label Mad Decent puts together in order to showcase different artists signed to the label.[22] Diplo
announced the project by releasing the Mad Decent Block Party lineup with Jack Ü playing at
multiple stops on the tour. After some guessing by many of who Jack Ü was, Diplo finally came out
to reveal that "Jack Ü ... means Skrillex and Diplo together".[22]
2004–07: From First to Last
Sonny Moore in 2008

In 2004, Moore contacted Matt Good of From First to Last about playing guitar for the band on their
debut album. After flying out to Georgia, Moore was heard singing by three studio producers, Derrick
Thomas, Eric Dale, and McHale Butler, and was then made lead singer, with Good playing guitar. In
June 2004, Epitaph Records released the band's first full-length record with their new
bandmate, Dear Diary, My Teen Angst Has a Body Count. After performing on several successful
tours, two being the Vans Warped Tour and Dead by Dawn tour, they began recording their second
album, Heroine with producer Ross Robinson. The album was released in March 2006 on Epitaph.
With high record sales once again, the band found themselves part of many successful tours, until
Moore started suffering vocal problems, causing the band to resign from several tours. After going
through a successful vocal surgical procedure, Moore informed the band he would be permanently
resigning to work on a solo career. FFTL's last show performed with Moore was in their hometown
of Orlando at The House of Blues while touring with Atreyu.
Moore announced he had left From First to Last to pursue a solo career. He then launched a
Myspace page displaying three demos ("Signal", "Equinox", and "Glow Worm"). This led to Moore's
first performance since his leaving From First to Last. On April 7, 2007, alongside harpist Carol
Robbins, Moore played several original songs at a local art building. After months of releasing
demos via Myspace, Moore played on the Team SleepTour with a full band. The tour also featured
supporting acts Monster in the Machine and Strata. Moore made several demo CDs available on this
tour, limited to about 30 per show. These CDs were tour exclusive, and were packaged in "baby blue
envelopes", each with a unique drawing by Moore or bandmate.[23]
2008–13: Solo career and extended plays

Skrillex in 2012

In February 2008, Alternative Press Magazine announced the second annual AP Tour, with All Time
Low, The Rocket Summer, The Matches, and Forever the Sickest Kids, as well as Sonny Moore.
The tour started in Houston, Texas on March 14 and went through North America, ending
in Cleveland, Ohio on May 2, with the majority of the shows being sold out. All bands playing the tour
would be featured on the cover of Alternative Press Magazine's annual 100 Bands You Need to
Know special, and would be interviewed on the Alternative Press Podcast. During this tour Moore's
line-up consisted of Sean Friday on drums, Christopher Null on guitar, and Aaron Rothe on
keyboards. On April 7, 2009, he released Gypsyhook, a digital EP, which featured three songs and
four remixes. Also included was a Japanese version of "Mora" entitled "海水" ("Kaisui"). Physical
copies of the EP were available at his shows. After going on tour with Innerpartysystem and Paper
Route and opening for Chiodos on their European tour, Moore performed at Bamboozle on May 2.
He performed on Bamboozle Left's Saints and Sinners stage on April 4. He toured with Hollywood
Undeadin April 2009 performing under the band name Sonny and the Blood Monkeys, with Chris
Null (electric guitar), Sean Friday (drums, percussion & beats) and Aaron Rothe (keyboards,
synthesizers, programming & turntables). Moore has stated that the album Bells will not be
released.[24]
In 2008, Moore began producing and performing under the alias Skrillex at clubs in the Los Angeles
area.[25] The name, according to Moore, has no meaning and was "a stupid old online AOL screen
name".[26] Previously, he had been known on the Internet as Twipz.[27] On June 7, 2010, Moore
released his official Skrillex debut EP, My Name Is Skrillex as a free download.[28] Moore provided
programming and vocals for UK metalcore band Bring Me the Horizon on their third studio
album, There Is a Hell, Believe Me I've Seen It. There Is a Heaven, Let's Keep It a Secret.[29] Later in
the year, Sonny began a nationwide tour with deadmau5 after being signed to mau5trap recordings
and released his second EP, Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites.

(L to R:) Porter Robinson, Zedd, and Skrillex performing at SXSW on March 16, 2012

Moore kicked off the "Project Blue Book Tour" in 2011 with support from Porter Robinson, Tommy
Lee and DJ Aero as well as appearances from Sofia Toufa for a new song titled "Bring Out the
Devil". Skrillex unveiled several new songs on this tour including "First of the Year" (formerly known
as "Equinox"), "Reptile", and "Cinema" (remix of a Benny Benassi track). "Reptile" was featured in
the TV commercial for Mortal Kombat 9, and "First of the Year (Equinox)" is featured on his follow up
EP and remix companion to Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites, titled More Monsters and Sprites. In
April 2011, Spin magazine premiered "Get Up", an exclusive new track from Korn that was produced
by Skrillex. Korn made "Get Up" available for free download via their Facebook page.[30] On April 15,
2011 KoRn joined Skrillex on stage for his set at Coachella 2011. On April 18, 2011, Sony Computer
Entertainment (SCEA) development studio Naughty Dog released a trailer[31] for the multiplayer
component of their PlayStation 3 game Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception, featuring "Kill
EVERYBODY" from Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites.

Skrillex performing live at the 2011 Ottawa Bluesfest

In June 2011, "More Monsters and Sprites" was released on Beatport, an EP consisting of three
original tracks, including "First of the Year (Equinox)" and two versions of his original track
"Ruffneck". A leaked track entitled "Ruffneck Bass" had been leaked on the internet months prior
which used the same sample as in the new "Ruffneck" tracks on the EP. Skrillex released a music
video for "Rock n' Roll (Will Take You to the Mountain)" on his official YouTube page on June 20,
2011.[32] On August 17, 2011 Skrillex announced his label, OWSLA.[33] "The label's first releases will
come from Bristol-based dubstep producers KOAN Sound, electro-house newcomer Porter
Robinson from North Carolina, singer-songwriter Alvin Risk, and San Francisco-based M
Machine (formally Metropolis)."[34] Skrillex released a music video for "First of the Year (Equinox)" via
Spin.com on August 19, 2011. In late August 2011 it was released that he would be appearing Knife
Party's first release, collaborating on a Moombahtonstyle track entitled "Zoology". A preview was
released on YouTube. In late September 2011 he created the track "Syndicate" as promotion for the
video game of the same name. Kaskade's 2011 album Fire & Ice features a collaboration between
Kaskade and Skrillex entitled "Lick It". The video for Skrillex's song "First of the Year (Equinox)"
appears on the first episode of the Beavis and Butt-head revival.
On November 8, Skrillex stated that he intended to release an album entitled Voltage. Skrillex gave
fans more info about Voltage in RockSound Magazine after a photoshoot for the cover and doing an
extensive interview on his tour.[35] For unknown reasons, however, the album was never released,
however on December 21, 2011, Skrillex unveiled the Bangarang EP for a Beatport release on
December 23, then on August 12, 2012, his new side-project formed with Boys Noize called Dog
Blood released an EP called Next Order/Middle Finger. On November 6, 2012, Skrillex released a
limited edition triple vinyl box set.[36] Skrillex composed the song "Bug Hunt" for the 2012 animated
film Wreck-It Ralph, as well as making a brief cameo as a DJ in the film's first act, and in December
2012, "Make It Bun Dem" is used in as a looped variant during the single player mission 'Kick the
Hornets Nest' in the video game Far Cry 3. He composed the score for Spring Breakers with Cliff
Martinez.
2014: Recess
Skrillex confirmed at a show in January 2013 that he will release a new LP in the summer.[37] On
January 2, 2013, Skrillex released his 7th EP, Leaving, on the OWSLA subscription service, Nest
IV.[38] He later released the single "Try It Out" with Alvin Risk.
On March 7, 2014, an App titled "Alien Ride" was put up on Apple's App Store which contained a
secret folder with 11 hidden objects and a countdown ending March 10 at 6:30EST. Moore's website
was updated with the App's picture on the front page and it was later revealed the folder
contains Google Play and iTunes url's which eventually were revealed to be 11 new songs available
to stream that comprised his debut LP, titled Recess. The album was made available for pre-order at
midnight and was released on March 18, 2014.
2016–present: Collaborations and return to From First to Last
Skrillex was getting into the K-pop industry by collaborating with girl group 4Minute. On January
25, Cube Entertainment released the track list and individual teaser images for the members. The
first track, "Hate", was composed and arranged by Skrillex.[39]
On January 15, 2017, Moore tweeted "Happy Birthday" with a link to a new From First to Last song
which featured Moore on vocals.[40] He later joined the band in Emo Nite LA for the first time in nearly
a decade.[41] In 2017, he released the songs "Chicken Soup" with Habstrakt, "Would You Ever"
with Poo Bear, "Saint Laurent" with DJ Sliink and Wale and "Favor" with Vindata and NSTASIA.
In July 2018, Skrillex teased fans by collaborating with Missy Elliott on a snippet nicknamed "ID", a
release date for the single has yet to be announced.[42]
On 8 October, 2018, Skrillex uploaded a photo to Twitter showcasing a collaboration between him
and English DJ and producer Joyryde titled being played in iTunes, later posting a video teaser of
the song to Instagram.[43][44] The collaboration, titled "Agen Wida", was officially released on 19
October as the first single off of Joyryde's debut album, Brave.[45][46]
On October 24, 2018, Skrillex previewed a song titled "Arms Around You" on Instagram. It is a
collaboration featuring XXXTentacion, Lil Pump, Maluma and Swae Lee. The full single was
released on October 25, 2018.[47]
Skrillex, Poo Bear, and Japanese-American singer-songwriter Hikaru Utada collaborated on an
opening song for the video game Kingdom Hearts III, titled "Face My Fears". The single was
released on January 18, 2019.[48][49]

Influences
Moore has cited Marilyn Manson, Nine Inch Nails[50] and The Doors[51] as early influences on him.
Moore has stated in an online interview that he has been a longtime fan of Warp, an electronic music
label that has released recordings from artists such as Aphex Twin and Squarepusher.[52] In an
interview for a 2015 documentary about French electronic music duo Daft Punk, he said he first was
exposed to electronic dance music after going to their highly praised 2006 Coachella set.

Personal life
In April 2011, while Moore was performing in Milan, Italy, someone stole two laptops and both of his
hard drives from his hotel room. The drives contained all of the project files from his entire
discography to date, including an upcoming album. Moore took to Twitter and Facebook to explain
what was lost, and to inform his fans that he was remaking the new album.[53][54]
In a 2015 interview, Moore stated that although his parents practiced Scientology, he does not. He
explained that music consumes most of the time he could theoretically devote to religion.[13] His
mother died in June 2015.[14]

Discography

Skrillex's logo

Main article: Skrillex discography


Studio albums

 Recess (2014)

Filmography
 Let's Make a Spaceship (2014)
Moore partnered up with Red Bull to produce a documentary titled "Let's Make a Spaceship". It
premiered on October 11, 2014 at 10 p.m. CT at the ACL Festival after his headline
performance.[55] His performance and documentary, and others' performances are available for
stream at Red Bull TV's website.[56]

Awards and nominations


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Grammy Awards

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Himself Best New Artist

Best Dance
"Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites"
Recording

Best
Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites Dance/Electronica
2012 Album

Best Remixed
Benny Benassi featuring Gary Go –
Recording, Non-
"Cinema (Skrillex Remix)"
Classical

Best Short Form


"First of the Year (Equinox)"
Music Video

Best Dance
"Bangarang"
Recording

Best
Bangarang Dance/Electronica
2013
Album

Best Remixed
Promises (Skrillex & Nero Remix) Recording, Non-
Classical
"Where Are Ü Now" Best Dance
(with Diplo and Justin Bieber) Recording

2016
Best
Skrillex and Diplo Present Jack
Dance/Electronic
Ü (with Diplo)
Album

Purpose (as a featured

artist, producer & engineer)|| Album


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"Purple Lamborghini" (with Rick Best Song Written


Ross & Beat Billionare) for Visual Media
Kids Choice Awards

Year Nominee / work Award Result

2017 Himself Favorite DJ/EDM Artist[57] Nominated

MTV Video Music Awards

Year Nominee / work Award Result

Best Electronic Dance Music


Nominated
Video
2012 "First of the Year (Equinox)"

Best Visual Effects Won

2013 "Breakn' a Sweat" Best Visual Effects Nominated

Best Visual Effects Won


2015 "Where Are U Now" (with Diplo featuring Justin
Bieber)
Best Art Direction Nominated
Best Editing Nominated

Song Of The Summer Nominated

Annie Awards

Year Nominee / work Award Result

2013 Wreck-It Ralph Outstanding Achievement, Music in an Animated Feature Production Won

Electronic Music Awards

Year Nominee / work Award Result

2017[58] "Purple Lamborghini" (with Rick Ross) Single of the Year Nominated

See also
 List of Billboard Social 50 number-one artists

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