Sometimes you get a fever, break into a sweat, feel anxious and it can’t seem to shake it. It could be in the office, stuck in traffic, slaving over a hot stove or trying to convince your self to get out of bed. The Weekend bug is in full effect and it’s hard to know what to do. Perhaps a Techness Shot can provide this remedy. This compilation represents the current merging and morphing of the house scene, whether it’s Tech-house, techno, Progressive, Trouse or just plain House. Techness Shot explores the movement from main rooms at a super club to filthy underground boiler rooms. Two of Melbourne’s prominent rising DJ’s team up to provide you with their distinct takes on the genre. The first disc takes the listener straight to the front of the dance-floor of the countries favourite clubs, with some of the biggest club hits currently doing the rounds. The second disc shows us the scenes underbelly, an underground techier feel taking the listener from a bouncy tech house bar all the way to a 7AM pumping Techno session. Techness Shot can expand the horizons of House music and provides instant relief doe unwanted symptoms. Take only as directed and if problems persist see your DJ.
Lets just say the last two years have been a Jam-packed schedule for Melbourne’s own party boy, Frazer Adnam. Frazers blend of Bigroom & Tech saw him perform in Miami for the Winter Music Conference in 2011, and the notorious Oasis Pool Party @ Spring break in Cancun. Back home, Frazer also suited up at Just about every one of Australia’s major music festivals, including Future Music festival, Stereosonic & Summadayze & Creamfields Melbourne, & Holds Residencies Around the city, Include Melbourne’s most notorious Saturday, Billboard the venue.
Jimmy le Mac
Jimmy le Mac, techno/tech-house DJ and producer, originally from the heart of the UK, now resides in Melbourne, Australia. Since starting his musical career in 2003, he has dabbled in various genres, learning as much as he can from the electronic music spectrum, to bring him towards a current focus on his stylish rhythmic techno sound.
In 2011, Jimmy le Mac & FLIP3k started ‘Loophole Recordings’; a record label aimed to promote the work of themselves, and a growing list of talented producers that Melbourne and the rest of Australia has to offer, over a wide range of styles and sounds. The label is celebrating its 1st birthday in August with nine releases under its belt.