Myroslaw Bytz has been producing many flavors of electronic music and audio experimentation since 1997. His first release in 2005 was Amfuem, which was later adapted into a short film by Rainer Strecker in Berlin, winning multiple international awards for sound design.
For the last decade he has been dedicated to the resurgence of New York City as an international capital of electronic music, curating and producing over 1000 events encompassing the breadth of techno, house, jungle, bass music, trip-hop and dub.
Bytz has played regularly at the top nightclubs in NYC, including Output, Cielo, Elsewhere, and Good Room, as well as the Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival, Mysteryland, Elements Festival, All Gone Pete Tong, Dub Champions Festival, and underground warehouse parties such as Blkmarket Membership and Rinsed. He has held long-term residencies at two of the clubs at the forefront of the Brooklyn underground: TBA Brooklyn and Bossa Nova Civic Club. He founded the Secret Guests DJ collective in 2014 to showcase and develop local talents in his native city, and in 2015 co-founded the internationally acclaimed and uncompromisingly eclectic Bushwick A/V series, which became the Brooklyn hub for breakout talent from countless countries.
Bytz has completed half a dozen international tours, with notable performances in Berlin, Ibiza, Mumbai, Kyiv, Paris, Cairo, Lisbon, Hanoi, Stockholm, Guatemala, Zanzibar, Bangkok, and many more. During the global events shutdown, he stayed busy, performing in livestreams for Burning Man, Charivari Detroit, Grey Area and Pangea.
Bytz spent 2021 touring Mexico, and 2022 in Egypt, Turkey, Tunisia, and Zanzibar, before finally returning to Asia to refocus and re-launch Secret Guests in 2023. He is currently based in Cambodia.