Sigma are DJ and production duo who have now sold over 3 million singles, with 4 hit records (2x OCC No.1s, 3 iTunes No.1s) and 2 platinum awards to date. They’ve received 2 Brits nominations, sold out their debut live tour, and played festival main stages across the world with performances including Glastonbury, Bestival, Reading & Leeds, V, T In The Park, Creamfields, SW4, EDC, Pukklepop, Sziget and beyond. They’re also the only drum & bass outfit to have performed at the BAFTAs ceremony one night, and a warehouse rave the next.
Sigma met at university while balancing raving and studying when Joe, who started learning the violin aged 3, swapped his strings, drums and keyboards for a pair of decks in his early teens, becoming a former DMC UK Champion scratch DJ when he was just 16, started DJing at the nights that Cam was promoting in Leeds.
After graduating, the pair committed to music full-time, playing as many gigs they could to hone their craft, and signed a series of singles to influential independent labels, including Hospital, Viper, and Breakbeat Kaos, as well as creating their own imprint, Life Recordings.
Their debut album ‘Life’ encapsulates Sigma’s meteoric rise to the top of the charts. Alongside the hits ‘Nobody To Love’, ‘Changing’, ‘Higher’, ‘Glitterball’ and ‘Coming Home’ collaborations with Ella Eyre and Maverick Sabre are just some of ‘Life’s’ many standout tracks. Few debut albums contain so many hits before they’re released, but Sigma’s knack for turning soaring strings and heavy breakbeats into blow-your-speakers anthems shows why they’re set to dominate radio playlists and festival arenas for years to come