Tell us a bit about yourself, how long have you been a DJ?
Brisbane born, been djing for about 4 years now and still as keen as when i started
How were you introduced to the world of Dj’ing and when did you get behind your first set of decks?
It was at a house party when i was younger. his older bro came and was djing for it and i just jumped on and had a go. everyone passed out and i stayed up all night mixing lol.
What experience do you have in the Brisbane Music Scene and whats coming up next for you?
Gigs hear and there but i currently hold my residency at electric playground. i was a finalist in GPO’s discovered competition and just played future music this year. As for whats coming up next, ill just take it as it comes
If someone asked to decribe your Style in three words what would it be?
Big proggy electro…
Any favorite Tracks at the moment?
So many favourites but im really liking Thomas Gold – Marsch Marsch and Avicii – Levels
Producing, what are you working on at the moment and can you give us a bit of insight on what your using?
Im just working on making the sound that i like. i know people who try and copy the sounds and styles of other artists but in the end i think its just about experimenting and having fun making what you love. Im currently using cubase for main production and ableton for bootlegs and edits.
Are there any artists that you look up to?
Big names like Calvin Harris, Avicii and SHM but i like the fact that every artist you talk to has views and ideas of their own so you can always be learning from everyone.
Other than yourself, who would you say to look out for in the Brisbane scene?
Finally, Favorite/Funniest Club memory that you have experienced so far?
Favourite has gotta be playing after any festival. its always max capacity and people are all just getting loose and having fun.