ROB VELJ - A young Melbournian who's been in the game for a few years now. Playing around Melbourne spreading the electro music our city is renowned for.
DIGITAL VINYL - Made up of Dean Thomas and John Earl, together they boast an array of knowledge, expertise and years of experience. John has been dj'ing all over Melbourne's clubs for a numerous amount of years and playing celebrity parties. Recently he played the 2013 F1 Red Bull after party.
Dean Thomas has been an audio producer for nearly 15 years now. Finishing up at SAE he started at a radio station working his way up the chain and managed become the audui producer of the Hamish and Andy show earning him 2 ARIA's, 1 ACRA and a bunch of recognition. Paying remixed top 40 with electro.. it's a mix you will shake your booty too for sure.
STEVE VAIRY - 6 year old Producer / Turning DJ Variable (Steve Vairy). Played live instruments from the age of 9, from Guitar, Bass, Piano then onto Production & Programming. Only in the last 12 months has Variable taken his productions seriously. And now things are starting to pay off.With a massive bootleg/remix of Justice Crew - Best Night that was featured on fitmix.fm and added to there Workout Music Vol. 2 Compilation.
A lot a amazing feedback came through on the remix of Samantha Jade (X Factor Australia 2012) track - What You've Done To Me
DIZZY BOXING - A young prince named Dizzy Boxing was born in Africa, thus making his uncle the second in line to the throne. Dizzy's uncle did not like this, not one bit, so he plotted with a notorious gang known as the Hyena Boyz to kill the king and Prince Dizzy, thus making himself king. Havoc ensued and the king was killed. Dizzy was led to believe by his uncle that it was his fault, and so fled the kingdom in shame.
After years of exile Dizzy was persuaded to return home to overthrow his uncle and rightfully claim the kingdom as his own, thus completing the "Circle of Life" and allowing him to live out his days dropping fat beats.
TOMMI - A 15 year old boy from Melbourne who has been on the decks for about a year now. Slowly migrating into production his taste for Melbourne electro is phenominal. This kid has some potential.
Spintz - With a large underground fan base across Sydney's underage dance scene DJ Spintz is definately one to look out for. Making his was into the main rooms of nightclubs, he hasnt even turned the legal age of 18 and has played some of the biggest underage festivals and nights across Sydney.
TRIPEPS - Having over 5 years of passion for creating and mixing beats of his own, he made his first debut in public on the 23rd of March at Korova Fridays - White-Rabbit. That quickly became a weekly gig and since then he has been hitting the studio hard to create some tunes to dop on the world.
LOUTAA - A young dj from the streets of Melbourne, he has been in and out of the club/festival scene for the last year and working hard in the production studio's making his tracks. Throwing us a heavy electro set, this kid is about to blow up.
MYSTRO - Throughout his musical career, Mystro has experienced and been exposed to an enormous array of musical genres. After 2 years break from the scene, Mystro is back with a vengeance and has already reclaimed his position in the Brisbane dance scene. Towards the end of 2011, he started playing regular gigs at Electric Playground Nightclub and 2012 seen him break his festival cherry playing at both Future Music Festival (QLD) and Creamfields (QLD).
REPO MEN - Both boys (Sheehan & Berkan) come from a classically trained background, learning the classical/flamenco guitar in their younger years. The guitars however, have now been swapped for a pair of headphones, a computer, a pair of CDJ's and a mixer and most importantly, the energy expelled from the crowd in front of them. From the depths of deep house, the grunge of techno, the raw energy of electro and progressive house to as far as (but not limited to) the funky grooves of nu disco and tech house, glitch hop and even trance to put the cherry on top of the genre cake.
JULAIN MAVERICK - Jhas recently received some online hype after being featured in indie music sites such as - yourmusicradar, stoney roads, Indie Shuffle, hype machine and various others after remixing band strange talk and electronic outfit little dragon.
TEDDY CREAM - Teddy Cream (Brandon Mangion & Vincent Calderone) are two 16 year old producers from Australia who have been officially supported by Markus Schulz, Hook N Sling, Bombs Away, Denzal Park, TON!C, Mobin Master & More. The word started to spread, Teddy Cream grew a large fan base in the United States and Malaysia. They joined California crew ∆.2.B to help promote themselves in U.S and to promote the American producers in Australia.
Over 600,000 total plays all over the internet, and both only 15 years of age .. Keep your eyes wide open, because Teddy Cream are yet to explode, and when they do ... NOBODY will stop them
J.A.M.D. - A couple of gangstas with an adequate oamount of facial hair, who share a passion for big beats & love on the dancefloor.
J.A.M.D have warmed up the decks for the superstars such as: J-Trik, Ian Carey * Generik and by warmed up we don't mean they played on the same stage 5 hours before, these boys played and handed over the decks to the above mentioned legends! Dropping some sweet electro coming from Queensland, catch them playing at a club called Liv every Friday night.
FABIAN GRAY - Every DJ aspires to become a household name, Gray is not the exception. However, with serious credentials, some might say he is already halfway there. Instead of adhering to the status quo of what Producer/DJ’s are doing today, Gray creates his own unique sound. By combining electro and big vocals with a progressive house feel, he has created the sound of Fabian Gray but still hasn’t strayed too far from his European house roots’, managing to retain what keeps people coming back every weekend. Things are looking up for this Melbournian artist, with backing by Neon-Records, Grant Smillie and promotions on Novanation, it seems like there isn’t anything that guy this can’t do.
JACK TALBOT - Fast becoming a strong Melbourne name through the synthesis of well made music and expert mixing, he's been one of WahWah Lounge's longest running residents with other popular DJ's such as Holly-J (Ex Negt Gen culprit), Jack still calls WahWah lounge home. Jack's enjoyment of a wide variety of music comes through in his complex sets, where it is not unusual to hear anything from electro to dubstep, all of which are weaved together to make for a perfect partying combination of hard hitting beats that make you want to dance!
PARACHUTE YOUTH - Melbourne boys Mathew and John have been playing together for a few years now. been in the studios realeasing tracks they have managed to build themselves and international audience with they're travelling, playing solely they're own music. The end of Jan will them travel with The Presets before Matt starts working on his solo album.
CRAIG JACKSON - Started his DJ career only just on a year ago. Music has always been a passion of his and finally got myself into the industry. 2012 has been a big year presenting a lot of opportunities to play at some big events and has seen him get into the production side of things.
KARBONKIDD - KarbonKidd is the producer name of Tim Lee, a DJ for the most listened to radio station in Australia - 101.9 FoxFM. He seems to be drawn to different musical styles month to month, though default tastes include breakbeat/beats/ghetto funk/disco. Now no longer working for his ex company of 10 years (Southern Cross Austereo) we managed to wrangle him on for the last show and his debut on another radio station.
JEN LOVELESS - Hails from Canada but migrated here in the last year. Having been influenced by an array of genres, when asked what she plays she simply shrugs and says "listen". This attitude got her a regular set at Go Go Lounge in Melbourne on a Friday night. A funky mix indeed.
CEEJAY - Fresh into the scene he claimed notoriety with his runners up spot in the Yourshot competition of 2011 for Melbourne, and then went on to take out the Wah Wah new dj competition. Once he won that they had to strike his name from the winning residency as his music is too left of centre. He refuses to play the notorious "Melbourne style" and rightfully so.