Dave Basek

With a groundwork in musicality that stretches back to his classical training in his youth, Dave Basek is one of our country’s most recognisable figures within the international tech house scene and he’s been doing his thing for well over a decade now. John Digweed, James Zabelia, Hernan Cattano – they’ve all played Basek’s tracks at one point or another.

George Sadlik

Australias George Sadlik from Junkbeats presents an exclusive BEEF podcast oscillating between house and deephouse. George has been Djing for more then 20 years and this selection is truly the best of the last few months.

Phil Smart

Phil has played lots of records to lots of people in lots of clubs, bars, warehouses, fields, basements, carparks and bunkers for the last twenty years. He’s renowned for playing the newest sounds and forward thinking electronic music.
Voted Australian DJ Of The Year at the National Dance Music Awards in 2000. Twice voted into DJ Magazines prestigious list of the worlds Top 100 DJs.
Played at the premier events around Australia including Love, Sabotage, Tweekin, Mad Racket, Chinese Laundry, Home [Sydney], Honkytonks, Revolver, 161, [Melbourne], Empire (Brisbane], Ambar [Perth], Halo [Hobart], Garage [Adelaide], and national festivals such as Good Vibrations, Vibes On A Summers Day, Field Day, Big Day Out, Falls Festival, Global Carnival and Splendour In The Grass.

Ed Function

Ed Function is a 29 year old Australian producer currently residing in Switzerland. 
His music uses the basic structures of house and techno as a backdrop for textural ambient soundwork. Favouring a digital approach, various reprocessed sounds mix with synthetic beats and melodic elements to create discrete listening techno.

Mark Briais

He wouldn’t tell you himself, but after 18 years in the music industry Mark’s built a reputation as one of Brisbane’s most respected and influential DJs. During this time, his broad taste in music and desire to stay at the forefront of breaking new sounds led to residencies at all of Brisbane’s major clubs, and most of the minor ones too. He also lands himself regular spots at major music festivals like the Big Day Out, Splendour in the Grass, SummerFieldDaze, Two Tribes, Earthcore, local support on the Cream, Renaissance and Ministry of Sound tours and openings at the Queensland Art Gallery.

Through his involvement with the Clan Analogue collective of artists, DJs + producers, and as buyer for Queensland’s legendary independent record store, Rockinghorse Records, Mark’s musical influence has helped shape the electronic scene in Brisbane.