Andy Hart, Roza Terenzi, Rainbow Trout, Bronze Savage
Auslander perhaps in abstraction or wordplay, but certainly no outsider, Andy Hart resides in the planet core of dance music’s DNA.
Through his respective projects Andy Hart exhibits a profound understanding of where we have come from and where we’re heading. As a founder of Melbourne’s Wax’o Paradiso he gives gracious thanks to the rich history of the roots of dance culture, in the context of modern Australian existence.
Through his coveted Voyage Imprint Hartman looks to the future (albeit in vintage sepia hue), merging the golden bygone years of science fiction, the teachings of the ambient masters and the perplexity of the cosmos itself.
Roza Terenzi aka Katie Campbell is part producer, part deejay, part dancefloor enthusiast originally hailing from Perth, now based in Melbourne, Aus. She focuses on all things rhythmic, generally keeping things dynamic and fast paced, her original tracks take inspiration from all over, blending sounds from house, breakbeat, techno, electro and experimental genres.
Hailing from Cold Ibiza, Bronze Savage has been fast-forwarding the slow pace of Tasmania, sowing seeds for an emerging club scene. Responsible for Rose Quartz - an unparalleled two day music and arts festival along Lake Pedder’s crystalline beach, the charismatic vibe guy has also introduced the likes of Jack J, Bradley Zero, András and Kangaroo Skull to the deep south.
From such long distances, his gravitational pull has led to releases on two esteemed overseas labels. Tings and Savage, his highly caffeinated collab with Roland Tings was an early hit for Vancouver’s 1080p while Manchester imprint Aficionado (Len Leise, Eleventeen Eston) will issue his solo 12” in September, featuring 5 tracks of transportive glasshouse made with cheap 80s digital synths in Bunyip, Victoria.
A versatile DJ who has jacked Dark Mofo afterparty Blacklist and the opening of Marina Abramovic’s Mona exhibition, his developing live show has already supported Oscar Key Sung, Dan White and Roland Tings.
Cosmic dive in watermelon tide