Tristam is an electronic music producer. His first release on the label was Party for the Living, which is included on Monstercat 004 - Identity. As of autumn 2017, Tristam has abandoned his previous style (both in lyrics and production) and decided to produce more mainstream songs with strong pop music undertones. This new part of his career was started by either his release Bone Dry, which used a chord progression often heard on radio and was essentially Future Bass, or by his 2018 release Questions which in many ways attempted to attract to more people by having less cryptic, more straightforward text that relates to everyday life.
Tristam is a rookie at parkour, and knows how to use a unicycle.
Tristam is close friends with a producer named SKY (previously known as Skylink) whom he taught how to produce, which resulted in their style being very similar. SKY is heavily influenced by Tristam to this day, even going as far as following the exact same path.
Tristam has appeared in a stream with his friend SKY in 2017, both of them were playing a popular game called Scrap Mechanic. Tristam's audio input, however, was heavily echoed for reasons unknown.
Questions was released right at the same day as the lost of a famous music producer Tim Bergling ( aka Avicii)
Artists who have only provided vocals for Monstercat artists' songs. Not all artists in this category need to have been credited, since in some cases (such as Voicians and Sophie Rose), an artist who provided vocals was not credited in the making of the song.
This list includes artists who have ONLY released remixes on the Monstercat record label. This does not include artists who have been featured on songs, since they are placed into either the Vocalists list or the Featured Non-Vocalists list.