Eight years of honing in his production skills certainly proves true the mantra that practice really does make perfect, at least that was the case with the uber-talented Manse. Still only in his early 20’s, the Swedish DJ is a prime talent that has swiftly risen through the ranks to become a label favourite for Revealed and Armada. Manse – real name Michael Hansen – has always had his eyes on the prize.

First gaining industry recognition for his unofficial, dancefloor-slaying remix of Axwell & Ingrosso’s ‘Roar’ that was scouted by Hardwell to receive airplay on his globally syndicated Hardwell On Air radio show, Manse gained a debut Revealed Recordings release soon after with his ‘Escape’ edit honing international airplay on colossal stations including the UK’s prestigious BBC Radio 1, these moments signalled an inevitable rise for Manse’s career, when he was personally invited by Nicky Romero to remix his ‘Let Me Feel’ single with Vicetone – and here, things were only just getting started…

Dash Berlin enlisted Manse for remix duties on his collaboration with John Dahlbäck entitled ‘Never Let You Go’ and Manse’s unique capability to tell a story through his productions proved a perfect fit for the track. However, it was Manse’s original music that defined his year, the immense ‘Freeze Time’ with vocalist Alice Berg and the euphoric ‘Rising Sun’ with Chris Jones leaping into #3 and #5 respectively on Beatport’s progressive house chart. These Revealed tracks, along with his releases on Armada Music – ‘Falling Down’ and ‘Last night of our lives’- signalled the emergence of a prime candidate for greatness in 2016. Continuing his rise up the dance music ladder Manse has had another string of massive releases on the Revealed imprint, with a huge new remix of Hardwell’s ‘Run Wild’ alongside the electrifying ‘Back Again’ with Thomas Newson which was featured in Revealed’s Asian Club Tour after movie. He also exploded back onto Armada in 2016 with a powerhouse remix of Armin van Buuren’s sublime ‘Freefall’, along with the exceptional club hit ‘All Around’ on Armada Trice, all adding to his wealth of stellar releases in 2016.