WHAT I'M DOING
Editor of Sydney dance music bible 3D World - now in full gloss A4 format and going into Melbourne and Brisbane/Gold Coast.
Drummer for live drum'n'bass act Silent Shadow since May 2007. Have played events like Parklife, DnBBQ, Junglettes, Roll Deeper, Rukus and Phat Albeats and racked up warm-up duties for Concord Dawn, Spor & Ewun, Black Sun Empire, Pitch Black, Big Bud, K-Oscillate and Kobra Kai. Currently demoing tracks with Brisbane producer Operon. We look like this - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4sbMswSTiQ.
Producing tracks as Kris-Ko and occasionally in collaboration with Dave Dri as Segue. My club edits of Segue's 'Forever' and 'Reset' have just hit Beatport courtesy of Melbourne's Smash Bang Records. Stay tuned for more originals and remixes to surface shortly.
WHAT I'VE DONE
1999-2006 - Drummer/producer/manager for live tribal/breaks/dub/d'n'b act D-Ko. Played Valley Fiesta, Woodford Festival, 4ZZZ Market Day, Earthcore In The Park and set of the festival (international or otherwise) 2005’s QLD Earthcore Global Carnival. We looked like this - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SunTzqBKhyI. Released The Rule Of Thirds album independently in 2005. Released tribal-tech monster 'Tribal Gathering' with remix from Italian minimal tech duo Presslaboys on Kriece's Destroy The Ego label. DJ support from tyDi and Kid Kenobi, who said “This track is the bomb. Mental breakdown, crowd loses it everytime!” When he played it, it looked like this - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x6HooLqKnOA.
2006-Present - Started spinning rainbow prog, dirty tribal, and big tunes of any variety. Have since played Future Music Festival, Quantum Relic, DROP, Logic and The Sunday Roast, supporting the likes of King Unique, Jaytech, Jono Fernandez, Kasey Taylor and Robert Babicz along the way.
2004-2008 - Promoted the Elements live electronica showcase with 10 events over three years, and also hosted Sidechain, A Night With... and The Boat Party.
2008 - Guest percussionist for live progressive tech act Segue in the Gold Coast Big Day Out Boiler Room to a 5000+ dancefloor. It looked like this - http://www.vimeo.com/1598545.