Proudly & Loudly Presents:
After the success of the Industrial Strength Tour, we are back bringing you 2 highly sort after interstate DJ's that are easily regarded as being the best in the country in Hardcore & Hardstyle.
The musical bloodbath that is Spinecode began in Brisbane, Australia in 2007 when a then "DJ WOVN" decided to persue his harder interests under a new moniker. Originally playing Gabber and Oldschool at the start of his harder quest. Spinecode (Real name Matthew Wecker) had been collecting Frenchcore, Industrial and Speedcore slowly for a number of years and had gradually built his collection to the point where it became the focus of his work. The Spinecode project has now become Matthews full time identity.Already an accomplished hardcore dance producer, in 2009 he started to produce Frenchcore and other styles of Tekno. He is gaining attention in tekno circles around the world with various tracks appearing in high chart spots on music download sites such as Juno.He has seen Releases on labels such as GGM, Hardcore Central, No Sleep til' Bedtime and Nightterror recordings.
His DJ'ing is intense &; relentless. A master of many ways to mix a track. He is called upon at most major events in his hometown He has also delivered destroyers more than once in Melbourne and also more recently in Sydney. To his or anyones knowledge, Spinecode is the only active performer of Frenchcore in Australia. (Help........ Please?) It is his duty to spread the popular French rave sound to a new continent. (Mind you the poor bastard hasn't ever been to Europe to witness an event that caters to his style yet..... Much sad.)Spinecode severely likes to destroy dancefloors and the booth should be approached with caution. He is pushing forth rapidly in the battle to be noticed and is determined to succeed no matter what the cost........ And he probably will succeed too. The guy is pretty dedicated. If any DJ in Australia digs this sound then start bloody playing it. Evil dudes get lonely too.
Alex and Joe combine over 10 years experience performing in the growing Australian Hardstyle scene.
In the recent year these two have been working as Fanatics, they have managed to create their own unique style with regards to their music production, live performances and developed close connection with their fans.
Fanatics have received a great deal of support both in Australia and by artists overseas. Their tracks often feature on Q-Dance radio and in fellow artists’ sets.
Fanatics have had the opportunity to bring their style to the world stage, playing on UV stage at Defqon 1 in The Netherlands and Blue stage at Defqon 1 Australia in front of their home crowd.
Their first recognized collaboration was the 2012 official anthem for District 7 music festival entitled ‘You Are Not Alone’, it was the first major label release for the duo, and was followed closely by ‘I Can’t Stop’. Moving forward into 2013 Other productions from Fanatics include ‘Open Your Mind’ and ‘The Danger’ which samples famous words from the TV series ‘Breaking Bad’.
More recently tracks like ‘Cocaine Capital’, a hard hitting track about Columbia’s biggest export and ‘These Streets’ a harder edged track with gangster rap style vocal hook. Their music always aims to deliver something hard and true to its style, melodic and memorable whilst often including messages to inspire the listener with themes surrounding the feelings and thoughts induced by music itself.
More event info to come soon.