Hunter Siegel, is a Canadian DJ and music producer. Hunter made his first appearance with his debut single, released independently, Waiting Up, which was released in white label format in June 2013.
Hunter received international support with Waiting Up and quickly caught the ear of a number of tastemaker labels, like Steve Angello's Size Records where he did a release with house music legend Todd Terry. In 2015, Hunter released his first record with Atlantic's dance label Big Beat Records, titled Let Me Love You Right, which featured Canadian vocalist Kai. The record received immediate support on radio throughout North America. Hunter and BigBeat then followed up with the music video which was an ode to the wildly popular movie "Fight Club" as noted in the Billboard Magazine world premier. Since 2015, Hunter has appeared in numerous international music festivals like HARD SUMMER MUSIC FEST, Electric Zoo Music Festival in New York City, and Splash House in Palm Springs, California. Hunter Siegel is also the creator of the international brand NoNeon which launched in January 2014 out of Toronto and has since spread south all the way to Florida.