HAZMAT - LIVE
MONDAY | MAY 30
Walter Howard, better known by his stage moniker “HazMat live ,” is a composer, producer, and artist From hailing from Detroit , Mi.
Hazmat’s unique approach and raw talent have been garnering him critical acclaim from the Detroit and international techno communities. In addition, HazMat’s talkboxing abilities have already become a YouTube sensation, earning more than 1,000,000 views along with positive reviews from fans all over the world.
This led to talkbox features with UK artist the Brookes Brothers on their hit “Loveline.” After performing on Soul Clap’s song and music video “Synthesizer Girlfriend” in 2017. HazMat performed with them at Movement Electronic Music Festival that same year after playing his own solo set.
Throughout his career, HazMat has performed at many other major music festivals including; Electric Forest, Charivari, Tec-Troit and Movement . His current live act Deep Sequence includes performances at Output, Bushwick AV, TBA, the Good Room, Eightieth Street Lounge, Flash, TV-Lounge, Marble Bar, the Works, and the Electric Pickle in Miami.
HazMat has worked with notable artists such as Kenny Dixon, Scott Grooves (Overdubs),soul clap and Delano Smith. Other artists include Bilal, Mr. Porter from D12, Mary J Blige and The Game to name a few. He toured with Amp Fiddler, The Four Tops, The TEMPATIONS ,The Spinners and Charlie Wilson of the Gap Band. Additionally HazMat and his sound have been featured by the likes of such notable companies as Reverb and Apple for his unique sets.
Fans are raving over HazMat’s recent vinyl releases on Papaya records ” 1983 and Dance with me “ “Infinite Silence” with Third Ear Recordings and A total reimagined version of Sade’s “No Ordinary Love” Released on Deep sequence and soul clap records as an all vinyl offering.
Hazmat’s most recent adventures have taken him to France for his first international solo performance. His creative process is born on over 20 different instruments from the best names in electronic music.
His arsenal features such notable manufacturers as Moog, Korg, and Roland.