Elephante may be the saving and executing moniker of Tim Wu, a Los Angeles-based EDM DJ/manufacturer known for his big-room progressive home anthems and remixes of performers which range from Clean Bandit to Lorde. He generally will generate pop-leaning vocal dance monitors, but he dips into slower, trap-inspired quantities as well. Blessed in Ann Arbor, Michigan in 1989, Wu started playing music young, receiving traditional piano schooling before teaching himself to try out electric guitar. He graduated from Harvard School in 2011 and originally tried to break right into the music business as an acoustic vocalist/songwriter before switching to digital dance music. He began creating remixes before making original monitors, and his initial EP premiered in 2013. Since that time, he’s released a large number of monitors and remixes, with music like “I’D LIKE You” and “Age group of Innocence” getting millions of on the web channels. His debut full-length, I Am the Elephante, made an appearance in 2016. “Stressed,” a collaborative one with vocalist Deb’s Daughter, made an appearance in early 2017.