Up-and-coming electronic music it-boy, Bearson, has come a long way since starting his career in 2014. At the time, the 18-year-old emerged onto the scene as a an extremely fast growing producer, catching the attention of fans and producers alike making him a huge name in his native country of Norway. Steadily his international presence grew with remixes of Susie Suh, James Bay, The Lighthouse and the Whalers, Benjamin Francis Leftwich, amongst others. His astronomyy remix of Nothin On My Mind caught the attention of BBC Radio 1, slingshotting his music globally.
In 2014, Bearson expanded his involvement in the music industry beyond making music. Teaming up with his manager, the two created label/management company Next Wave Records. The labels roster has included, Bearson himself, Jerry Folk, Atlas Bound, Beshken, Mark Johns, SYRE, Dinnerdate, TCHES and many more. Bearson acts as an owner and a face of the brand, by curating the music Next Wave releases. At the end of 2014, a variety of blogs and tastemakers named Bearson one of the most promising artists to look out for in 2015. Taking the electronic scene by surprise, Bearson started 2015 with bang releasing his first ever original Pink Medicine. Marking the evolution of his sound, his indie-derived single was a departure incorporating piano keys, wavy synths and Anime-esque distorted vocals. Skyrocketing him to the forefront of the electronic music scene, Bearson followed up his well-received debut original with remixes of Ghost Lofts and Tove Styrke. Teaming up with female powerhouse, Mark Johns, the duo released their collaboration Imposter in May on fashions holy grail, Vogue, and garnered over 100,000 plays in one day.