The electronic music landscape has changed a fair bit since Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano started their
journey, but the stature and widespread dance floor appeal of the iconic duo has remained undeniably grand.
From their earliest releases on Size Records and Spinnin’ to the recent batch of incendiary tracks released on
their own imprint (SONO Music), the pair’s distinct signature style has not only helped them cultivate a large
and dedicated global following, but also enabled them to uphold a commendable reputation across
international borders.

Drawn into their craft by influential figures such as Masters At Work, Erick Morillo, Bob Sinclar, Martin Solveig
and DJ Gregory, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano were quick to notice their musical chemistry after a chance
meeting in 2006. DJ Mag, the dance music outlet that saw the pair claim #87 in the 2021 edition of their annual
Top 100 DJs poll, provided an accurate description: “James and Marciano represent the perfect storm; together
delivering a vibrant onstage energy, a polished approach behind the decks, a sexy image that’s a no-brainer to
market, as well as a sound that’s a perfectly stirred fusion of house and techno, Latin and tribal percussion.”

It didn’t take Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano long to become one of the most prolific electronic outfits from
the Netherlands. Showcasing their unrestrained energy from the get-go with a diverse selection of releases and
early linkups with the likes of Hardwell, Chocolate Puma, DubVision and Sander van Doorn, the Dutchmen began
to infect the live circuit with their tribal rhythms, soon gracing the mainstage line-ups of the in-demand festivals
such as Tomorrowland, Ultra Music Festival, EDC Las Vegas, Mysteryland, AMF, Kingsland and Creamfields. And
as the global call for Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano began to grow louder, so did their commitment to the
scene as one of its trailblazing acts.