With over 170 performances up my sleeve, my weekends are fully booked, where I DJ at clubs and bars, as well as bigger corporate events and festivals.
View a full client list here. I'll only talk about a few highlights below.
Ability Fest is Australia's first and only, fully accessible music festival. Run by Dylan Alcott and Untitled Group, it raises funds for the Dylan Alcott Foundation. I played at Ability Fest 2021, alongside artists including Peking Duk, What So Not, Lastlings, and Nina Las Vegas. My DJ set was two-hours, incorporating melodic techno, disco house, and Australian dance music. Listen to my set here:
As a full time DJ, I hold residencies at a number of venues across Melbourne, leaving me booked out every weekend. My main residency is at Harlow Bar, where I am their only resident DJ, playing regular gigs on Friday and Saturday nights, as well as early evenings on Sundays. Harlow Bar brings with it a kind community who love to dance - no night is the same. Another venue to note is The Carlton Club, where the timing of my sets allow me to delve into sounds that are a little darker within my project. Compared to 12am sets at Harlow Bar, 3am sets at The Carlton Club create an atmosphere with the crowd where I can pull at their heartstrings a little more, taking them on a journey to find themselves - or perhaps a message they're looking for - through emotive music.
I've played at a number of corporate events as a featured artist. Most recently, I played at the Melbourne Food & Wine Festival, as well as playing the opening and closing set at the International Flower & Garden Show. I've been lucky enough to establish my sound, playing music that directly aligns my project - this is what you hear at my shows. I also played at RMIT University's 2020 GradLive event alongside Alice Ivy, live-streamed from The Capitol Theatre, as well as the 2021 O-Week Live Concert alongside
Alex Lahey and The Grogans.
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