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Photo by Vince Clarke

Photo by Vince Clarke

Evan Sutton (also known as Astrolith) is a producer and engineer based in New York City. 

Aside from being a first call production whiz for artists like Vince Clarke (of Erasure and Depeche Mode) and Daniel Platzman (of Imagine Dragons), he is an in demand remixer, recently working with Imagine Dragons, Spank Rock, and X Ambassadors to name a few. 

As Astrolith, his productions blend elements of hip hop and techno, distilling his forward-thinking, aggressive approach to club music. His tracks have been released on labels like Mute, Boys Noize Records, Interscope, and his own label, Space Is The Place. As a live performer, he has a knack for rocking crowds with sets consisting entirely of original music, and has shared the stage with Dorian Concept, Robot Koch, DJ Funk, DJ Wheezie, Tokimonsta, and many others. 

As a recording and mix engineer, Sutton’s roster continues to grow. He’s recently worked with Erasure, CHVRCHES, Spank Rock, Jovanotti, Cakes Da Killa, Remy Banks (and the World’s Fair crew), Ruff Ryders, and Mt. Eden to name a few. Sutton attended Berklee College of music, and was a participant at Red Bull Music Academy, Paris in 2015.