The Rush Hour producer will play three Australian shows over the course of this week.
Dutch house artist Tom Trago is booked for gigs in Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney this week.
Trago's decade-long career kicked off in his home town of Amsterdam, where he has grown to become one of the city's most popular house music figures. His productions have been noted for tendency to invoke genres like disco, techno and hip hop, as have his DJ sets, and his eclecticism has further developed since signing up for his debut release with Rush Hour back in 2006. His first full-length record, Voyage Direct, led to a long string of subsequent releases featuring remixes, live cuts and outtakes, while his second and most recent, Iris, involved veteran house names like Romanthony and Tyree Cooper. This will be Trago's second trip out to Australia.
The In The Deep End crew will be the first to host the Dutchman on June 7th at Sugar in Adelaide. The following night in Melbourne, Trago will be joined by New York house and disco jock Jacques Renault at The Mercat Basement. Animals Dancing are the promoters behind the double-bill show, and regulars Tornado Wallace, Andee Frost and Otologic will be on support duties. Finally, The Spice Cellar in Sydney will be opening its doors on Sunday the 10th, before the Queen's Birthday public holiday on Monday, where Trago will play alongside locals Carlos Zarate, Volta and Matt Weir. Tickets to the Melbourne show can be picked up here on RA.