Fes­ti­val act com­ing to town

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL -

TOUR­ING na­tion­ally with Australia and Asia's ac­claimed Fu­ture Mu­sic Fes­ti­val, Ten­zin will be lur­ing club cats with a feast of elec­tronic of­fer­ings this Satur­day at Boom Night­club.

On en­vi­able res­i­den­cies like Mar­quee Syd­ney and boasting a fe­ro­cious blend of house, elec­tro and self-com­mand­ing party-dub, this dance de­coy is rav­en­ous be­hind the booth and in the stu­dio across cities glob­ally.

The last two years has iden­ti­fied a hec­tic takeover at Fu- ture Mu­sic Fes­ti­val where Ten­zin has hosted the sec­ond main stage, set­ting the scene for the largest ar­ray of artists from Azealia Banks, Bloc Party, Phoenix, Rudi­men­tal, to Cut Copy, El­lie Gould­ing and more.

Sup­port­ing Swedish House Mafia, Calvin Har­ris, Fat­boy Slim, Steve Aoki, Afro­jack, Above and Be­yond and more, Ten­zin has flared as the next gen­er­a­tion of fore­front Aus­tralian artists step­ping onto the in­dus­try's in­ter­na­tional plat­form.

His col­lab­o­ra­tion 'Horny' with Timmy Trum­pet took top 5 in the ARIA chart while re­cent drops have seen 'Mother Truck­ers' with Bombs Away and 'Black Cyrus' with G-Wiz­ard fea­tur­ing Nicki Mi­naj ig­nit­ing the elite line.

On the mix tip to break Bombs Squad's new­est com­pli­ca­tion af­ter tak­ing the Onelove Club Elec­tro re­lease across Australia, Ten­zin is siz­ing up from the east coast of Australia, straight to the west coast of the USA and be­yond.

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