Up-and-Coming Artist Brenton Mattheus Signs To Outertone

Singer, songwriter, producer and remixer – the eclectic Brenton Mattheus has signed to Outertone for management.

 My name is Brenton Mattheus, born in Cape Town, South Africa. I am a singer/songwriter currently living in the UK. I have been involved in music for as long as I can remember, and have started developing my own sound and style through the many collaborations I have been involved in.

South-african born Brenton Mattheus has been steadily building a reputation as a highly skilled songwriter and producer over the past 3 years. In that time Brenton has gained support from major acts including Tiesto, David Guetta, Martin Garrix, Hardwell and Lush & Simon to name but a few. His talent has also gained him airplay on radio stations from Poland to the BBC in the UK.

Brenton Mattheus is the latest to sign up to Outertone‘s roster of extremely talented EDM producers, songwriters and musicians. With a loyal fanbase on SoundCloud and beyond, Brenton Mattheus has already managed to secure his name as an artist to watch out for. From remixes, original production work and vocal features on a giant list of artists’ tracks Brenton Mattheus is clearly dedicated to his art and that shows in his impressive catalogue of excellent tracks.

Brenton’s most recent success has been his vocal feature on the great new anthem ‘With You’ from LYAR. Check out the stormtrooper-starring video for this brilliant new track which has managed to rack up nearly 300,000 views in just a month.

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