He might be new to Melbourne, but he is not new to House Music. Having a string of Aria #1’s under his belt, plus collabs with Doorly, Miguel Campbell & Roland Clark. It is my absolute pleasure, to be joined in the studio by the one & only, Colour Castle.
Wednesday 5th December, 10:30am. More about the man himself, below.
The values that House Music pertain are what Colour Castle lives by; community, love and respect. After setting stone, single “Walk Right In” gained support from the likes of Danny Howard, Carl Cox, Hannah Wants and Billy Kenny, Colour Castle rapidly became a sought after name not just at home, but also abroad.
2017 saw three monster collaborations with international House Royalties Miguel Campbell “I Know A Place”, Doorly “Stay Hungry” & Yolanda “Love Addict” (Best known for her vocal on ‘Duke Dumont – Won’t Look Back’). All 3 singles peaked at #1 on the ARIA Club Charts and boast remixes from the likes of ‘Amine Edge & Dance, Dr.Packer, MAM and more.
In 2018 this House Music advocate also launched his own label ‘Hot Sunday Records’, striking a deal with industry legends ‘Cr2’ to lead his releases internationally. The first release, “Can’t Buy This” is a joint project with the voice of house music, Roland Clark, and hit the top spot on the ARIA Club Charts for 5 weeks. Following single, “Come With Me”, reached the top spot in record time and stayed there for another 4 weeks.
After spending a total of 26 weeks at #1 in the ARIA Club Charts, more than any other artist in the past two years, Colour Castle has drawn the attention and support from heavyweights Claptone, Gorgon City & DJ SKT. He’s been an addition to compilations on Toolroom, spun on BBC Radio 1 with Pete Tong and performed a ‘Triple J Mix Up Exclusive’, and graced the stages of Field Day, Bestival Bali, Electric Gardens, Splendour In The Grass, Defected In The House Sydney, Ministry Of Sound Club Australia, ‘This That’ Festival, Revolver and Chinese Laundry.
Constantly striving to serve the community of House Music and put out the best he can, you’re going to love Colour Castle as much as he loves you.
‘You can’t buy this feeling, nah man, it’s not for sale!”