The American DJ will play sets in Melbourne and Sydney this weekend.
To some, Jus-Ed is best known for his achievements as a DJ throughout the pre-'90s NYC house scene. However, since 2006, the Connecticut-based DJ has guided Underground Quality, an imprint dedicated to modern strands of deep and soulful house. UQ has become a steady platform for Ed's own productions, with recent contributions from fellow Americans Fred P and Levon Vincent also garnering praise.
Jus-Ed will play two Australian shows this weekend, kicking off in Melbourne with a party at Sorry Grandma!, then heading north to Sydney for a Marrickville Recreation Centre appearance hosted by Mad Racket.