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Home producer Acraze signs with UTA for representation “in all fields”


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United Talent Agency (UTA) has signed with in-house producer ACRAZE for representation in all areas.

ACRAZE’s single “Do It To It” has been on the dance and electric song charts for the past six weeks. He currently sits at No.25 and has been played by DJ Snake, Tiesto, Chris Lake and Martin Garrix. The song heavily samples Cherish’s 2006 single of the same name.

Steve Gordon, co-head of electronic music at UTA, first heard the song on the dance floor. Dombresky played it during a set at Celine Nightclub in Orlando. Gordon asked about the song and ACRAZE and his manager Alex Akleh were at the club that evening to meet him.

“A new vibe is coming out of house music and ACRAZE is at the forefront,” Gordon says of the artist. “We are delighted to partner with ACRAZE and bring it into the fold of UTA to amplify this. Stay tuned as we expect great things from him as he continues to conquer the house music scene. “

ACRAZE – born Charlie Duncker – will continue to be managed by Akleh at Orlando’s Syndicate Management.

The artist is also signed at A&R with Carlos Alcala, A&R manager of Thrive Music in Los Angeles. ACRAZE went from bass to house, hitting it big with “Bang Bang” in 2019. He performed a headlining show at the Exchange nightclub in Los Angeles on October 9th. The artist has a series of dates for upcoming shows in New York, Florida, and California.

ACRAZE Next show dates

  • October 29 – Harbor Nightclub, New York
  • November 12 – EDC Orlando, Florida
  • November 21 – Audiostistic San Diego @ Chula Vista, CA

UTA represents artists from film, television, news, music, sports, theater, fine art, video games, podcasts, and other social and digital content. The UTA umbrella covers a wide range of niches, with a division dedicated to each. UTA Music is home to a diverse roster of musical talent, from emerging artists to superstars.


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