Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic


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Nyxen, Willaris. K


Bio

Embracing his affinity for solid house and techno, Australian producer and DJ Pantheon has curated a sure-fire form of eloquence across his work. The head tastemaker of Unknown Records curates a premier catalogue that explores electronic music from the melodic tones in his recent studio output, to the heavier, more driving hints across the techno realm. Having released on Motorik, his own label and more, the Pantheon craft is distinct, dropping tracks that have attracted global praise with fellow artists and publications like Electronic Groove, Pilerats and Magnetic Mag. From dance floor to dance floor, his name has grown a prolific position across the map, having graced lineups across Australia’s premier clubs and festivals, while gaining support from iconic artists Paul Oakenfold, Jamie Jones, Steve Lawler and Riva Starr.

Pantheon regularly steps out of studio boundaries, manifesting a mature yet evolving signature, apparent across his most recent work. ‘Cursed’ clocked up play from Danny Howard and ‘Spaceships’ from Pete Tong, both on lucrative shows via BBC Radio, while the USA pricked the ears of enthusiasts with an inaugural premier of ‘Robots Dance’ on leading electronic publication Dancing Astronaut. Locally all three leading tracks were premiered exclusively on the air by Triple J’s Aston Shuffle. Over on Motorik, Pantheon dropped a collaborative EP with Horowitz with Body Action attracting yet another bout of widespread support.

With a signature grip on underground devotees, Pantheon has sat on bills across the country’s premier venues and music festivals, while recently hitting the road with the Unknown Records crew national showcase tour. Loading up a busy calendar of shows, the near future speaks volumes on the music front too, with an upcoming release ‘Timewarp’ featuring Nyxen on Unknown, ‘Totem’ on Ugenius Music, ‘Osanobwa’ via Open Records and highly anticipated collaboration with Sydney’s Made in Paris.

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

14 Jun 2018

Triple J
40

played this on the Unearthed Pod last week and keep coming back for it.

played this on the Unearthed Pod last week and keep coming back for it.

Review

Review by Sandro Falce Sandro Falce

13 Jun 2018

Triple J
40

Ooo yes! Loving these dark pulsing vibes. 100% agree with Dave here, you've gotta play this one as loud as possible.

Ooo yes! Loving these dark pulsing vibes. 100% agree with Dave here, you've gotta play this one as loud as possible.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

07 Jun 2018

Triple J
40

this is a bubbling volcano that doesn't take long to send magma skyward.

this is a bubbling volcano that doesn't take long to send magma skyward.