The Detroit youngster is booked for shows in Melbourne, Adelaide and Sydney this September.
Currently just 20 years of age, Hall has been already making his mark on the international house and techno scene since his first release on FXHE back in 2007. Having been mentored by the likes of Theo Parrish and Carl Craig, the support from celebrated Detroit legends has been massive—Omar-S even recorded a Fabric radio mix made up entirely of Hall's productions. His reputation as a DJ has landed him in some of the world's top clubs, including Panorama Bar, Fabric and Space Ibiza, all before his 21st birthday. In the past two years he has continued his Wild Oats imprint, now more than a dozen releases deep, while also releasing music on labels like Rush Hour, Planet E and Ninja Tune.
Hall's Australian debut takes place over the Labour Day long weekend, starting with a show at Melbourne's Brown Alley on September 28th, where his three-hour set will be bookended by locals Andee Frost and Louis McCoy. The following night he stops over at Cuckoo Bar in Adelaide, with The Carter Bros and DJ HMC in support from 9:00 PM. His final show will be in Sydney on September 30th, where Hall will be joined by Detroit veteran Rick Wade for an Astral People party down at The Civic Underground. Tickets to both the Melbourne and Sydney shows can be purchased here on RA.