LECTURERS
 

.. Peter aka Biz


.Biz is one of Australia's pioneer djs/producers, and has been a key player in the game since the days of acid house. He has had the chance to work with over 50 of the world's greats from Richie Hawtin, Derrick May, Carl Cox, Laurent Garnier, thru to Jeff Mills, Carl Craig, Aphex Twin and just about every other dj/producer who has made their mark over the last two decade in the world of electronic music.
.As a producer Biz has released over 20 records worldwide thru major distributors Neuton and Prime, and has been charted by the likes of Villabos and Derrick May. His label cliq is making all the right moves and has a distribution deal with DJ Godfather's Twilight in Detroit. He has licensed an ep for release to Derrick May's label Transmat and has a track on Heiko Laux’s(Kanzleramt) last mix cd alongside Jeff Mills, and Ben Sims. In 2003 he remixed Green Velvet’s La La Land for Ministry of Sound, and later in that year did a cd release for Wetmusik. He has run three record stores over the last decade and compiled releases for labels such as Force inc and Detroit's legendary Submerge. He has worked with Roland promoting their dance product and he also promoted the legendary Flash parties, events that introduced Sydney to the pioneering artists of Detroit. Touring greats such as Derrick May, Juan Atkins, Carl Craig, Claude Young, and DJ Rolando.

Check out a taste of Biz's production...

http://soundcloud.com/biz

 

.. Sebastian Bayne


.Sebastian most recent release "Dub City EP" was charted by DJs all over the globe and peaked at #7 in the German Club Charts. He is currently working on his second release with Kisu and has also remixed DJ Wordy for Dirtybird Records and completed a remix of Little Nobody's classic "Cocaine Speaking". As a DJ Sebastian is best recognised for playing a pioneering role, helping to develop the dance music scene in China. He now DJs in clubs and on radio throughout Australia, and the world. After a number of years organising parties and collecting records Sebastian was intoxicated by the emerging software technology allowing music producers to make music totally 'in-the-box'. Early attempts to master computer music production were thwarted by an opportunity to live and work in Beijing as a resident DJ and club promoter. Production took a back seat to the parties. Four years went in a blink and Sebastian left Beijing for London to re-groove and move his focus back to his first inspiration, the idea of making music on a computer.  London, a second home to Sebastian, provided constant challenges and gave him his first break in music production. Both as an artist and a teacher. Wanting to hone his self-taught production skills, Sebastian took some music production courses at the famous 'Pointblank Music College' in Hoxton. Upon completion of his studies, two of Sebastian's early works were picked up by Pointblank's music publishing company for use in media via the Universal Music. He then began working for Pointblank as a Youth Project tutor, teaching DJing and computer music production courses to underage kids.  These days Sebastian is happy to be home living and making music in Sydney, and traveling as much as possible. He also finds time to write the Machinemusik column 'Tales of the 808' for 3D World Magazine.

Check out a taste of Sebastian Bayne's production...

https://soundcloud.com/sebastianbayne

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.. Stephan aka pH


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In 15 years of mixing, pH has played along side: Freqnasty, Si Begg, Xhibit, 1200 techniques, Da Hool, Crystal Method, Platypus Sound System, Judge Jules, Chris Liberator, Umek and Valentino, Dub Pistols, Der Dritte Raum. Music production includes: First release published on Si Beggs Noodles label, has completed 2 remixes for Sydney band erratic, receiveing JJJ airplay on Groovetrain, and a track on the first free*load vinyl release "we want the dole" ¹. March 2006 - Ministry of Sound¹s Hussle n Bussle Label released (husbus018) "Amyl Bingo" and "White Man¹s Triangle"¹ which have been played by Annie Nightingale on BBC1 and Tayo on Kiss FM. Simon Shackleton from Elite Force described it as: pure filth... proper techy gear for twisted late night shenanigans. Will sound even better played LOUD. Most recently he has completed remixes for Sydney Band Watussi and the Funktrust Label.pH co-owns and runs the recordstore on Crown Street.


 

 

 

 

 

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