Daniel Mora, known professionally as Felmax, is a Venezuelan electronic dance music producer and DJ that now resides in the United States. Felmax spent his early childhood years in Maracaibo, Venezuela where he grew up before fleeing the country to find refuge in the United States. Daniel moved to Florida where he formally began his musical career as a music producer. Early on, Felmax was most known for his production and influence in the underground Hip-Hop scene in Miami, Florida where he produced for a handful of influential tastemakers and rappers.


In the coming years Felmax made a name for himself in the underground dance community with his hit collaboration "Zebras in America" with Graves that was supported by the likes of Borgore, Brillz, Ekali , and many more... Following, Felmax had a series of original releases on Steve Aoki's Dim Mak Records- one of which was a collaboration with Max Styler that made its way as an anthem to the LA Galaxy Soccer Stadium and premiered on LA Weekly. Felmax quickly followed suit with several solo hit singles on Trap Nation that rapidly gained millions of views across YouTube, Spotify, and Soundcloud. More recently, Felmax released his debut Hyperbolic Time Chamber EP on Spinnin Records that made a major impact in the music community exemplifying unique sounds and song structure showing young producers alike that music is boundless.