Without a doubt, young Ukrainian DJ/producer Omnia is one of the most exciting and fast-rising names to emerge from the progressive & trance scenes this past 18 months. He recently leapt into the Top 50 in the prestigious DJ Magazine Top 100 DJs poll, coming in at #48. Omnia’s imagination was first captured by dance music sounds when he was a young boy in the late 90s and early 2000s. By his late teens, Omnia had started to experiment with music production with a particular love of trance, but with influences drawn from the many genres that had been his passion for over a decade. Self-taught in the studio, Omnia’s sound has a distinctive edge and a style that refuses to be pigeon-holed. His productions started to gain international recognition in 2011, when Armin van Buuren and Markus Schulz and other top jocks started supporting his early releases, which included a remix of Arty & Mat Zo ‘Rebound’. While 2011 was an exciting year for Omnia musically, not even he could have anticipated the massive breakthrough year he’d have in 2012. The catalyst for this was Omnia & Ira ‘The Fusion’, which went on to be one of the biggest tracks of the year across all dance genres, hitting #1 in the Trance chart in April and remaining in the Top 50 positions for over six months. He went on to repeat chart success time and time again, raising the bar of his studio output to deliver a run of massive singles and remixes.