Touring nationally with Australia and Asia’s acclaimed Future Music Festival and luring club cats with a feast of electronic offerings, Tenzin holds his own- seizing thousands of dance music devotees. On enviable residencies like Marquee Sydney and boasting a ferocious blend of house, electro and self-commanding party-dub, this dance decoy is ravenous behind the booth and in the studio across cities globally.
The last two years has identified a hectic takeover at Future Music Festival where Tenzin has hosted the 2nd Main Stage, setting the scene for the largest array of artists from Azealia Banks, Bloc Party, Phoenix, Rudimental, to Cut Copy, Ellie Goulding and more. Supporting Swedish House Mafia, Calvin Harris, Fatboy Slim, Steve Aoki, Afrojack, Above & Beyond and more, Tenzin has flared as the next generation of forefront Australian artists stepping onto the industry’s international platform. Lining Australia’s largest stages with magnetism across Stereosonic, Summadayze, Big Day Out, Creamfields and Splendour in The Grass, an electrifying welcome is always in tune for Tenzin, while Singapore’s Zouk and Play in Hong Kong turn up the volume for him in a heartbeat.
Locked away in the studio, the Sydney sider has lifted the lid on copious high quality electronic vibes on original affairs, while taking remix roles on tracks for Lil Wayne, Stafford Brothers, Kaz James, Pitbull and more; notable on ‘Letting Go (Cry Just A Little)’ for Qwote featuring Pitbull and G-Wizard feat Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg on ‘Checkmate’. On the solo tip, ‘Horny’ with Timmy Trumpet took top 5 in the ARIA chart while recent drops have seen ‘Mother Truckers’ with Bombs Away and ‘Black Cyrus’ with G-Wizard feat Nicki Minaj igniting the elite line.
On the mix tip to break Bombs Squad’s newest complication after taking the Onelove Club Electro release across Australia, Tenzin is sizing up from the east coast of Australia, straight to the west coast of the USA and beyond.