Eugene Veltman, aka Jenaux, is a New York-based songwriter and music producer. After getting his start DJ’ing as a resident in the NYC club circuit, Eugene conquered many of North America’s most popular dance and live music venues including the Fillmore, Irving Plaza, Marquee, The National, House of Blues, Avalon, and many more. Eugene has also brought his electrifying live sets to the festival circuit, including appearances at Camp Bisco, Lightning in A Bottle, and Governor’s Ball. Classically trained in piano, Eugene has collaborated with and officially remixed artists like The Chainsmokers, Cyn, Hayley Kiyoko, Saint Motel, Adam Lambert, Rudimental, MNEK, Cher Lloyd, Trinidad James, and many more. In 2016, Eugene released the independent record “Get It On,” which quickly found its way on Spotify’s US and Global Viral Top 50 charts. With his releases and remixes amassing over 70 million plays across DSPs, Eugene has become a familiar name on many playlists like New Music Friday, Friday Crate Diggers, Pop Rising, Weekly Buzz, Young & Free, Butter, Pop Rising, Fresh Finds, and more. Eugene has also had substantial success with his music being featured on ad campaigns with brands like Tommy Hilfiger, Dove Chocolate, Swarovski, as well as placements on TV shows like So You Think You Can Dance and Ray Donovan. As he moves to the next phase of his career, Eugene helped discover and develop indie artist Quincy Mumford, securing the #2 spot of the Spotify US Viral chart. He recently has been collaborating with established and emerging artists such as Macklemore, Daniel Munoz, Blue DeTiger, Leyla Blue, and many more.