Benny Salvador is a Wellington-based DJ producer & founder of Aunty Records. Benny's musically diverse sets are carefully curated for the night & the room, driven by his innate curiosity and a childhood surrounded by music.
Benny has pushed his sound, and exhilarated dance floors around New Zealand, with radio shows on Radioactive.fm and his club night 'Friends with Benefits', hosting international acts such as Courtesy (DK) and Gramrcy (UK). Benny?s first vinyl release ?3 Suns? was on New Zealand label Racquet Club in late 2019, followed by 3 releases through his own label Aunty Records - EPs 'Wat Shu' & 'Change of Depth', and recently his debut album, 'Family Fruit', in March 2022.
plkpnn misses transcendental clubbing with their friends. “this mix simulates my ideal dancefloor experiences: the ones where you spin yarns, your mates play beautiful tunes, and maybe you meet god”. please enjoy at your own leisure.
As a member of Friendly Potential, Run With The Wolves and the ninthWave - Aotearoa's first ever feminist soundsystem, Scarlett is a verified rave weapon. She's thrown down her vibrant, bass-heavy sound at countless local parties, festivals & helms multiple radio shows that air across the country
Endless Mow is a London-based DJ and producer. Mostly known for his releases on All Centre, Endless Mow can be found somewhere in between UKFunky, Bass and medieval folklore. Witchy vocal chops + subs.
EYRA is the creative outlet for Ollie Pereira’s leftfield-leaning, dancefloor focused productions and performances. Hailing from the UK, the Barcelona based artist’s sound is rooted in bass heavy British music culture, however his style is forward thinking, adventurous and inventive throughout. With productions spanning a plethora of genres, emotive melody and meticulous rhythmic study are quickly becoming something of a signature aesthetic.
Hugo Jay is the moniker of Oliver Johnston, a producer and DJ based in Auckland, New Zealand. His releases on labels such as Coastal Haze, Hokkaido Dance Club & Lobster Theremin (as half of DJ Kush Boogie) portray an atmospheric, percussive, and shadowy side of dance music.
With the inception of Hard ‘n Fast Joints in 2018, Clay Louis, alongside Leo CW formed the collective Eleventh Realm, focusing on bringing the heavier side of dance music to Tāmaki Makaurau. The pair went on to create Ultra Sound as their mainstay and most successful party series in Whammy Bar, transforming the space into an immersive dance experience through minimal lighting, industrial scrap-metal installations, and carefully selected line ups. Recently he has claimed a fortnightly Sunday show on Mouthfull radio ‘Terra Incognita’ which serves as an outlet for ambient, downtempo, and abstract finds more suited for at-home listening. At the club, Clay Louis’ sets are high energy, spanning a unique array of driving techno, trance, breaks, and experimental club that can be heard reflected in his own productions - With an existing cache of self released productions, his forthcoming material showcases a range of influences tied together with a deep understanding of rhythm. Clay Louis' most recent release, 'Visions Of A Friend', for Teethclippers' 'Don't Bite Your Tongue' compilation, is featured in his mix for Related Articles.
Tāmaki-based DJ ngaru embraces sonic exploration in his sets. Unconstrained by genre and fluid in form. He navigates a vast field of energies and seemingly polarising emotional states, focusing on the contours of musical feeling. Melding restless percussion, glittery ambience and haunting vocal cuts, ngaru invites the listener into the space in between. He aims to create something unique while remaining grounded in a sometimes odd familiarity
Kédu, otherwise known as Jess Penson, is an undeniably pivotal artist currently based in Tamaki Makaurau. Kédu has explored many different facets of her musicality throughout the years, starting off in Rnb girl group Techniclr and later finding her way into electronic music as one half of producer, DJ, and live electronic performance duo Kédu Carlö. Influenced by her eclectic taste, Kédu’s sound draws on genres such as Jazz and RnB as well as her love for Chicago/acid house, Left-field, Jersey Club and Breaks.
With the release of ‘Finally’ in 2016 Peach Milk began as a live act with a focus on immersive, ethereal dance music. After a string of live hardware shows played throughout New Zealand, the focus of the project has shifted more towards producing and DJing. Her Dj sets display broad influences, ranging from the dreamy and relaxed areas of House music to driving, percussive Techno and everything in between. Peach Milk is a project that continues to shift and transcend labels or mediums