1.Your Profile

I’m all about bringing the good times to my sets so everything I play needs to have some energy to it. As long as it is fun and not too serious I’m happy to play it. By nature I’m pretty outgoing so I like to relay that into my sets. When I was younger I used to go to a lot of festivals having the best time so I learned a lot from those experiences.

2.Keeping Busy

The last few months have been truly epic! I’m interstate nearly every weekend getting to play at some wicked clubs and so many amazing crowds. Last week I played my first gig in Japan and in August I will be doing a mini Canadian tour. I really have to say thanks to my agency, That Sound Agency, who have been incredible to work with since I’ve joined them. When I’m not playing gigs I’m either catching up on sleep or producing.

3.Best Gig Ever

Good Life Festival, Sydney 2014: I played on one of the main stages supporting deadmau5, Knife Party, Dannic, Dyro and more. The vibe onstage, the set-up, crowd and everything about it was incredible. My most bizarre gig was at a venue in a small country town and there were some seriously strange things going on. There were about ten people dancing and I could not stop people-watching! Once I saw a guy lift up this girl’s crop top and just stared at her boobs while she just stood there with a blank look on her face… I was out of there quick smart!

4.Current Playlist

I’m absolutely loving Vinai at the moment. He has a very distinct sound. I love my electronic music, but when I’m not working, I’m all about the chill-out tunes: Flume, Hermitude, Disclosure, Chet Faker… too many amazing artists to name, but chill-out all the way.

5.Your Ultimate Rider

I’m pretty easy-going when it comes to my rider – bottle of Belvedere or Grey Goose vodka, soda water, fresh lime and sugarfree Red Bull. But if I could have anything at all it would be a bowl of only pink Starbursts, 20 bottles of Belvedere vodka for my entourage and to pour into the crowd’s mouth during my set.

Catch Some Blonde DJ at Marquee on Friday August 1, tickets online.

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