Sean Quinn, Steve Ward, Alex David, J-Slyde, Simon Murphy, Aaron Static, VJ PiedPiper
As the weather heats up and the silly season kicks into gear, Melbourne is alive with quite literally, the sound of music. Stepping in line the only way they know how the Prognosis krew gears up for an edition of truly epic proportions. December in Melbourne means two things - hot weather and even hotter parties, and come Dec 15th the latter is set to be well and truly covered! - We’d comment on the former, but knowing Melbourne weather, anything is possible. Anyway, intent on making this edition of Prognosis as hot as possible, two of Melbourne’s finest have been hand picked to headline the festivities; Sean Quinn and Steve Ward.
Having been involved with the Melbourne music scene for well over a decade in every way shape and form possible; from DJing at every worthwhile club, festival and event possible throughout Australia and Europe, to hosting one of the most successful shows on local radio station KISS FM, through to producing some of the biggest dance tracks to come out of Melbourne, if not Australia - Sean Quinn is a legend amongst the Melbourne EDM scene. A born performer, his DJ set’s are carefully crafted masterpieces executed to perfect brilliance. Those who have not experienced one for themselves, have no doubt heard others speak in revered tones of their awesomeness. To say we’re honored to have him grace the stage at Prognosis would be a heavy understatement.
Ramping things up, the enigma that is Steve Ward also gets set to share the headlining spotlight. Frontman of local record label Chameleon Recordings, Steve has been at the forefront of Australia's new revolution of underground dance music for well over a decade. A globally recognised techno and house artist who has collaborated with a bevvy of A-list artists such as: Carl Cox, Dj Pierre, Tim Taylor, Technasia, Psycatron, Peter Horrevorts & Jamie Stevens, Steve has performed at some of the most forward thinking dance events throughout the southern hemisphere of up to crowds of 20,000. A performer at heart, Steve is as at home behind the decks as he is his keyboard, a quality that shines through with every live performance. Needless to say, we’re set for one electrifying display when Mr Ward takes the stage.
On support duties we welcome Mr Alex David, the Techno incarnation of our beloved Alex Butler, along with our Prognosis trio - J-Slyde, Aaron Static and Simon Murphy. Visual duties will be handled by the extremely versatile VJ PiedPiper, whom will be dishing up delectable next-level imagery onto Loop’s two massive 30ft screens.