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

This Saturday we’re lucky enough to welcome Bassic Records director & co-founder Ziggy Brámich to Premium Tuna for 90 minutes of wake-me-up tune selection and insightful chit chat while he’s down south for his Melbourne tour. Zigmon is known for breaking the boundaries of progressive, techno, house and minimal and generating encapsulating dancefloor dynamics with deepened drive, elated euphoria and a touch of psychedelia. Finding a balance between alluring melodies, driving basslines and grounding groove, ZigMon sees his purpose to deliver something unexpected and unique, compelling an unpredictable journey without the confines of style or genre. Join us from 10:30AM this Saturday on air or via the Kiss FM Facebook page’s live video stream.

A little more about Ziggy:

The last 12 months have seen ZigMon warm up floors for Boris Brejcha, Enrico Sangiuliano and Alex Stein at festival mainstages, revered clubs and warehouse venues throughout Australia. Additionally he has directly supported a long list of world class acts, varied even moreso than his own diverse style: Jay Lumen, Lane 8, D-nox, Minilogue, Justin Jay, Be Svendsen, Louie Cut, Kolombo, Dale Howard, DJ W!LD, Niko Schwind, Sascha Dive, Astrix, Phaxe, Perfect Stranger, Grouch, Opiuo and Koan Sound.

Breaking into the international scene in 2017, ZigMon featured on the main stage of Thailand’s Halfmoon Festival, as well as a 5 stop tour through Portugal’s best clubs and a successful Bassic Records Showcase in Denmark’s illusive capital, Copenhagen. A vagabond of the Australian festival circuit, he has featured at Strawberry Fields, Earth Frequency, Subsonic Music Festival, Psyfari, Elements, Bizarre Garden and is a resident of Rabbits Eat Lettuce (and sister festival Bohemian Beatfreaks), hosting a Bassic Records showcase on the festival’s main stage each year.

ZigMon is constantly on the move, performing as a regular with Australia’s best club nights (as voted by djmag); SASH (Sydney), elsewhere (Gold Coast), and Capulet (Brisbane). His calendar is often full with features at the likes of Breakfast Club, Dragonfruit, WeLove, Cause and Essential Intentions; additionally leaving a mark on a wide range of respected venues in Melbourne (161, Circus, Railway Hotel, New Guernica), Sydney (Max Watt’s, HOME, Burdekin, Slyfox, Zoo Project), Byron Bay (The Northern, Sticky Wicket) and headline features from Canberra, to Coffs Harbour and Cairns.


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