Artist info


Electronic, Rock

Sounds like

Daft Punk, Bloody Beetroots, Justice, Soulwax, Led Zeppelin, Art vs Science

band members

Shane Ariti -Vocals Will Cruz - Keys/Guitar Henry Gunson - Drums Andy Beerli - Guitar/ Vocals


The Chemical Brothers, The Prodigy, Daft Punk, Led Zeppelin, Black Sabbath



Driving synths, loud drums and violent guitars. DIGITAL ORDER is a unique blend of modern dance music and classic hard rock. Their sound can be described as a mix between electronic artists Justice, The Bloody Beetroots and classic hard rock such as Led Zeppelin and Black Sabbath.

Founded in 2013, Australian band DIGITAL ORDER have worked hard to galvanize their unique “electronic rock” sound. With members Shane Ariti (Vocals), Will Cruz (Keys/ Guitar), Henry Gunson (Drums) and Andy Beerli (Guitar), DIGITAL ORDER are known for their spectacular high-energy live show and have consistently charted on local Australian and US digital radio.

DIGITAL ORDER’s 2014 EP launch was followed with 2 Australian tours (which had crowd funded over $2000), showcasing their material with an overwhelmingly positive reaction. With packed out shows in Melbourne (Revolver) and Sydney (FBi Social) the band left their mark and returned to Perth on a high.

2015 was a monumental year for the band. With new guitarist Andy Beerli entering the fold, the band decided to take time to perfect their craft and write new material. Releasing 2 singles early in the year (Juggernaut and Foreign Gold) the band received popular circulation on US college and indie radio, debuting at #1 on US digital radio the rock charts and #36 overall on Australia’s Triple J’s Unearthed radio - a huge milestone for the band. After their successful single releases, the band took a break to improve their brand and music.

Founding member Will Cruz spent time with UK producer Kevin Kerrigan (Bjork, Dido, Natalie Imbruglia) learning about music writing theory, as well as attending London’s Point Blank Studios to finely tune his mixing and mastering skills. Drummer Henry Gunson secured the band an exclusive clothing partnership with Australian clothing label ALPHA LEGION. Guitarist Andy Beerli was instrumental in breathing life into the bands new material, helping pave the way for 2016’s ‘Sons of the Odyssey’. Founding member and lead vocalist Shane Ariti worked on defining the bands image and brand, as well as busily working in the studio to ensure 2016 was a year of success.

DIGITAL ORDER has worked hard on all fronts and are about to release the first installment of their upcoming album ‘Sons of the Odyssey‘. With an arsenal of new material and their exponential growth as a band it is clear this is just the beginning…