Well known for not taking himself too seriously, this talented young wizard sports a fabulously unique music style coupled with an unforgettably cheeky fashion sense!

He has held long-standing residencies at some of Melbourne’s most iconic venues including; OneSixOne, The Carlton Club & Circus Nightclub. He is also the creator of a slathering of funky genre-bending dance releases.

Deltoid Curve’s production style combines UK garage, nu-disco, deep house and tech house with an upbeat electro twist to create a high-energy, low frequency, funk-driven musical journey.

He blends a range of influences from disco jams and jacking house, all the way to big room EDM monsters and the classic sound of UK bass
culture. All of this is tied together with a signature sound developed over years of study into sound design and live electronic music performance.

His shows bring an unstoppable flow of energetic dance music, which have taken his tracks to the dancefloor at some of this countries biggest parties
including Babylon Music Festival, Earthcore, Tanglewood Music Festival, Burning Seed, Glitterbox, Maitreya and many more.

His experience has led him to support some of the biggest names in house, techno and disco including; Todd Terry, Carl Cox, Eric Powell, Nina Kravitz, Tube & Berger, The Shapeshifters, Simon Dunmore, Danny Howard, Melvo Baptiste, Toro Y Moi, Sharam Jey, Doorly, Monkey Safari, KlangKuenstler, PEZNT, Nastia, Simone Liberali, Solee, Mr. Doris, Dr. Packer, Late Nite Tough Guy and Kevin Griffiths, just to name a few.

After founding Neptunium Records and Potassiumusic he has made it his mission to help take other talented local producers to the next level of by hosting a vast number of parties at iconic venues across Victoria. His labels have distributed a huge range of quality releases available from all major online outlets, including three Deltoid Curve EP’s, which offer a diverse spectrum of original productions alongside several established side-projects.


Review by The Aston Shuffle The Aston Shuffle

25 Nov 2020

Triple J

this slams hard!

this slams hard!