Matt Dwellers [Bassic Records] | Interview & Guest Mix on Premium Tuna

This coming Saturday the Premium Tuna boys are playing host to French born producer Matt Dwellers. Known for his fusion of outdoor inspired house and techno, Matt is one of 25 artists featuring on an upcoming split release from Australian powerhouse labels Bassic Records and Recovery Collective. Tune in from 10:30AM to hear a little more about this epic collaborative compilation and hear Matt jump in the mix for 90 minutes.

A little more about Matt Dwellers:

Dwelling within deep and darkened atmospheres but conveyed with luminous glow. Matt Dwellers’ sound grows through emotion, experience and enthusiasm for creation. Pushing personal boundaries of expansion by means of merging genres, with a result of brilliant moodiness. Melancholic elements often overthrown by brilliant melodies, Matt’s creation’s fall within a range of deep progressive and psychedelic minimal styles.

Born and bred in France, Matt ventured to Melbourne where the inspiration of the local scene and Australian doofing culture set in. Since then his growth has been exponential, releasing consistently with Aftertech Records, Bassic Records, Techgnosis Records, Inlab Recordings and Undergroove Music, amongst many others, including a recent signing to Danish progressive giant Iboga Records. Tastemakers have caught on, with his tracks premiered by 8day Montreal, Soundspace and Progressive Astronaut, showing their support to the Matt Dwellers journey.

Taking his creations to the crowds, Matt has featured throughout Australia at festivals including: Rabbits Eat Lettuce, Yemaya, Earthcore, Forgotten Kingdom, Maitreya; and with renowned clubs and brands, primarily: Capulet (Brisbane), Bassic Records, Church Of Techno and Aphotic Warehouse (Sydney), Doesn’t Matter, Black Market, Recovery Collective, Railway Hotel and Beyond Surreal (Melbourne). His international endeavours have led to guest spots DJing in Colombia’s massive El Mira Dor, as well as Lotus Club (Belgium) and with Berlinpinpin (Paris).

Collaboratively inclined and productively unrestricted, Matt works with numerous international and local producers, emitting creative flow through a roster of like-minded comrades. Matt Dwellers has remixed, been remixed by or collaborated with Nick Devon, Ken Zo, Doppel, Ark-E-Tech, Gabriel Moraes, Frezel, Luis M, Maxi Basshead, Ben Rama, Crenwiick, Longalenga, Sisscok, Monotreme (Storm), Diamandy and more.

Outside of production and performance, Matt sets out to expose fresh Australian talent through his new Melbourne based pop-up party brand “DIVE”, following from his successful series of mini festivals including Qube, Doof D’ouf and The Other Side.

Links:

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mattdwellers
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/mattdwellers
Bassic Records: https://www.facebook.com/bassicrecordings/
Recovery Collective: https://www.facebook.com/recoverycollective/


Matt Dwellers and a number of other artists from Bassic Records // Recovery Collective will also be playing at Killing Time on Saturday afternoon from 2PM in celebration of their upcoming collaborative compilation. You can find all the details for this FREE show on the Kiss FM events tab or the Facebook event here.

 

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Mount Mike

With a fascination for music, dance, and rhythm from a young age, it took Mike a few years of stealing his mother's crockery and wooden spoons and using them to make 4 to the floor dance floor tuna before he persuaded his parents to buy him a drum kit. He played his drum kit day and night, exploring all manner of eastern time signatures and Afro-beat grooves, absorbing sounds from wherever his dial up internet would allow. He began to compose little songets, and riffage, which he recorded in his bedroom using pre-historic software from the local library. Thus began his interest in computer music and audio production. His ears began to pine for the thumping kick drums he overheard on his sister's Ministry of Sound Annual CD, and upon delving into what exactly made this enticing noise, he discovered Ableton Live and a plethora of electronic music. Now based in Melbourne, Mount Mike has been hard at work for a number of years honing his skills as a producer, club DJ, and most recently radio DJ on Premium Tuna.

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