Standing beyond the forefront of the Australian dance community ACID JACKS is also a well recognizable name on the international dance music circuit - smashing out material on New York’s über hip label Trouble & Bass Recordings, running his own imprint Idiot House Records (visit Beatport to hear any of 50+ releases) and jerking out mixes, remixes & collaborations with super producers such as Boy 8-Bit, Goose, Drop The Lime, The Subs and MSTRKRFT, on labels across the gamut of dance music, including: Lektroluv, Citizen, Kitsune, Institubes, Skint and Ultra. Also having performed at some of the worlds biggest shows including Stereosonic, Creamfields, & Big Day Out festivals. While most DJs are content to spend half their time scrounging for free drinks at after-parties full of nobodies, ACID JACKS has just come off the back of touring the latest mix compilation for ONELOVE SONY (he mixed alongside Calvin Harris), as well as releasing a mini album of experimental electro, acid & techno on his own label (Idiot House) and once again proving he is not afraid to ride the gauntlet of cutting edge dance music: recently setting Miami on fire with his currently massive original track Yoko Mono – a combination of French touch stabs, old school house grooves & driving tek percussion out on Riva Starr’s ultra cool Snatch label - heralded as a true ”Festival Banger” when it debuted exclusively on Annie Mac’s BBC Radio 1 show. It’s safe to say that while others were sleeping, the future started for ACID JACKS. Simply put, be it in the role of producer, label boss, heavy-bass house astronaut, eco warrior or deep space techno explorer - ACID JACKS explodes all over your scene with a full blown assault on your sex sensors - destroying everything you think you know about dance music with his own army of fantastic journey techno noises! The war is over, man. The future won! ACID JACKS.
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