Born and raised in the snowy city of Sapporo, Qrion began making her own sounds in high school as a hobby by using her phone. Taking inspiration from all the environments at her whim, Qrion’s signature sound oozes genuine artistry. She uses the noise of the world around her to create intimate songs anchored by energetic beats and lush synth textures. There’s a reason why she was named on Forbes Japan’s 30 Under 30 list: since the inception of her musical career, Qrion’s name has graced labels such as Anjunadeep, Sasha’s label Last Night On Earth, Mad Decent, and more. Beyond her profound original productions, like her collaborative Sapporo EP with Spencer Brown and her solo debut Sine Wave Party EP via Anjunadeep, Qrion proves her mettle as an excellent remixer, too. She’s lent her future-focused sound to artists such as Alina Baraz, Lane 8, Catching flies, TOKiMONSTA, and more to elevate a variety of songs across the spectrum of today’s hit music.
Ranging from soft, exquisite beats to ‘90s-adjacent dancefloor numbers, Qrion delivers a versatile flair to electronic music. In 2021 Qrion took her release schedule to the next level releasing remixes for Gabriel & Dresden, Flownn, Apashe, Catching Flies, and a debut album release ‘I Hope It Lasts Forever’ on Anjunadeep. Qrion showcased her curation abilities with her Apple Music Pride 2021 Mix and partnered with Spotify to curate Qrion’s track IDs, a regularly-updated playlist with more than 16,000 followers featuring her favorite tracks.
Gaining momentum like never before at the beginning of 2020, Qrion touched down in cities across North America on tour with Spencer Brown and for festival appearances at EDC Mexico and Groove Cruise in Miami. She has shared the stage with Above & Beyond, Porter Robinson, and deadmau5 in previous years and is set to embark her first headline album tour ‘I Hope It Lasts Forever’ fall of 2021.