- 1. Spenda C feat. Zuri Akoko - Another World (Original Mix) 3.38 2579 plays 82.0 BPM
- 2. Spenda C feat. Zuri Akoko - Another World (Danny T Remix) 5.42 700 plays
- 3. Spenda C feat. Zuri Akoko - Another World (SAFIA Remix) 4.09 1744 plays
- 4. Spenda C feat. Zuri Akoko - Another World (Surecut Kids Remix) 3.13 448 plays
- 5. Spenda C feat. Zuri Akoko - In The Back (Original Mix) 3.48 446 plays
- 6. Spenda C feat. Zuri Akoko - In The Back (Jwell Remix) 4.26 1004 plays
- 7. Spenda C feat. Zuri Akoko - In The Back (Trelz Remix) 3.17 353 plays
Spenda C is an influential figure in the Australian bass music scene. His ability to push the boundaries of club music and deliver new styles with a sense of familiarity has gained him respect from his peers and punters alike. Known for genre bending sets and production Spenda has gained himself a reputation as a leader and innovator both domestically and internationally.
Hailed by many as the leader of Trap music in Australia his remixes and originals frequently dominate the Beatport Hip Hop Chart. Spenda C has released on labels such as Klub Kids, Vicious Bitch, Onelove (Sony), Switchblade, Yes Yes, Ministry Of Sound, Bass=Win, Irish Moss, Central Station and Childs Play. His tracks and remixes have been supported worldwide by Diplo, Craze Krafty Kuts and A-Skillz.
Spenda C is one of the most sort after DJs in Australia having held a residency at the iconic Chinese Laundry in Sydney for six years and playing almost every reputable night club across the country and many major festivals including Stereosonic Park Life, Creamfields Future Music and Good Vibrations.
Spenda C always stays two steps ahead of the game both behind the decks and in the studio.
"It takes more than just talent for a producer to stay at the top of his game and span genres like Steve Lind does. Coming across a producer who juggles a number of aliases successfully, pushes his talents into a collaborative realm and maintains a level head is pretty rare these days. Steve Lind is the guy behind monikers like Spenda C, The Mane Thing and The Hump Day Project."