Uberjak’d is at the forefront of the new wave of Australian club producers impacting the global electronic scene, with freshly signed deals across Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak, Ministry of Sound Australia and Laidback Luke’s Mixmash. In just the past few years Uberjak’d has played some of the most prestigious festivals and venues in the world including WMC, Pacha Ibiza, Pacha Sydney, Webster Hall New York, Stereosonic and many more. After making his Tomorrowland debut last year, Uberjak’d will soon be heading back to Europe to play the massive Tomorrowland festival once again.
Uberjak’d recently wrapped up another huge Miami Music Week, playing six parties including the Dim Mak Beach Party, Deorro’s PandaFunk party, the Steve Aoki & Friends party and fellow Aussie producer Will Sparks’ ‘Let’s Bounce’ party’. Uberjak’d is currently in the midst of his huge Uberjak’d & Mates Tour, presented by Steve Aoki’s Dim Mak Records, that will see him play 43 shows across Australia, Asia, Canada Europe and the US over the next few months.
Having mixed Ministry of Sound’s flagship compilation The Annual 2014, Uber has been also been delivering the freshest tunes to his loyal followers via his monthly podcast – which regularly holds the #1 music podcast on iTunes Australia, with a monthly audience of 150,000 – keeping company on the chart above Tiesto, Hardwell, Triple J’s New Music Podcast, Armin Van Buuren and Above & Beyond. Testament to his quick rise to the top, Uber has stormed into the top ten in the inthemix awards (Australia’s largest DJ poll) and has been crowned the #1 DJ in South Australia four years in a row.
In the past 12 months Uberjak’d has released three EPs on Dim Mak and collaborated with Laidback Luke, Will Sparks and New World Sound. On top of this, Uberjak’d has been tapped to remix tracks for Example, Deorro, Fatboy Slim & Riva Starr, TJR & VINAI and New World Sound and has had releases on the cream of dance labels such as Dim Mak, Mixmash, Hussle, Hysteria, Island and Neon. Uberjak’d has seen his tracks played by EDM luminaries Steve Aoki, Hardwell, David Guetta, Afrojack, Laidback Luke, Deorro, MAKJ, Carnage, Nari & Milani, Borgore, Chuckie, Tristan Garner, Morgan Page and Will Sparks to name a few. Not that it fazes him. “Music shouldn’t be taken too seriously,” says Uber. “And if it is, then you’re seriously doing something wrong.”
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