Jaybee | Guest Mix on Premium Tuna

Hailing from Melbourne’s inner North West, Jaybee has spent his life adoring and collecting music of all eras and genres. The last couple of years has seen Jaybee dedicate his time and focus to the creative gearings of Djing and Producing and the young go-getter has wasted no time leaving a dent on the Melbourne Underground scene. Specialising predominantly in thick, rolling Tech House beats, Jaybee has also been heard spinning some funkier Disco grooves when there’s a dancefloor that needs a bit of warming up.

Boasting a resume that includes residencies at hot night spots such as Circus, Pawn & Co. and frequent appearances at Revolver and 161 as well as at a few festivals, Jaybee certainly has picked up a few tricks along the way, and is in good stead to becoming a seasoned veteran in the industry for years to come. With his progressive, techy original productions and a series of bootlegs and reworks, it’s no secret that Jaybee has set his sights higher than DJing, bursting at the seams to leave his stamp on the scene and unleash some new material to the world. At the ripe age of 25, time is a dangerous ace this starving artist has up kept his sleeve.

Tune into Premium Tuna next Tuesday the 11th from 11:30 PM, and catch Jaybee play program some of his favourite for us.

Jaybee’s Soundloud: https://soundcloud.com/jaybee83
aybee’s Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jaybeemusicmelbourne

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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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