Jonathon Ng (born December 23, 1995), better known by his stage name EDEN, is an Irish electronic music producer and singer-songwriter based in Dublin. He formerly operated as The Eden Project, an alias that was discontinued in 2015. His work as The Eden Project typically featured more conventional styles of electronic dance music such as dubstep and drum and bass, while EDEN saw him venturing into a more indie pop style.
Ng released over 40 tracks as The Eden Project including 6 EPs, as well as several remixes. As EDEN, he launched his own record label, known as MCMXCV, on which his debut EP End Credits was released. His second EP, I think you think too much of me, was released in August 2016 and became his first charting music, debuting at No. 43 on the Irish Albums Chart.
Indie Pop, Dream Pop, R&B, Alternative Rock, Electronic, Indietronica, Lo-Fi.
Guitar, Piano, Violin, Drums, Vocals.
Astralwerks, MCMXCV, Seeking Blue.
Gnash, Crywalf, Puppet, ATO, Laura Brehm, Leah Kelly, Ak9, Mendum, Illenium.
Jonathon Ng was born to an Irish mother and a Chinese father in Dublin, Ireland. From the age of seven, he was trained in classical violin. He later taught himself the piano, guitar, and drums. He attended and graduated from Blackrock College, Dublin. He began independently releasing tracks as The Eden Project in 2013, achieving popularity through promotion networks such as MrSuicideSheep.