CTRL ALT DEL ready to Boom

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL -

AN ELEC­TRO dy­namo from the Gold Coast will take cen­tre stage at Boom this week­end.

With a DJ ca­reer that has taken off, in both stu­dios and clubs, Chris Lawrence preys on the Gold Coast mu­sic scene with bounce, elec­tro and pro­gres­sive patents.

CTRL ALT DEL has bar­raged dance floors across the coun­try, while the re­lease of Make It Pop in late 2014 is al­ready buzzing chart spot­ters.

With a solid his­tory of mu­si­cal train­ing on the belt notch and a healthy bout of dance mu­sic hype com­ing from the CTRL ALT DEL stu­dio, air­waves from the Gold Coast’s Ra­dio Metro ‘The Week­end Warm-up’ through to G-One Ra­dio in France, have been am­pli­fied through this east coast tal­ent mak­ing the “bounce” real.

Com­mand­ing the ears of dance floor en­thu­si­asts, Australia’s hottest fes­ti­vals have taken a piece of the CTRL ALT DEL ac­tion.

The coun­try’s most no­to­ri­ous clubs have also been known to em­brace Chris Lawrence, sup­port­ing Sick In­di­vid­u­als, The Chainsmok­ers and lo­cal hero Timmy Trum­pet.

The en­ergy surg­ing from the con­sole spreads a con­ta­gious lead from start to fin­ish.

CTRL ALT DEL isn’t leav­ing the stu­dio unat­tended or the dance floor dull, with forth­com­ing mu­sic to shakeup the sum­mer and be­yond.

CTRL ALT DEL will play Air­lie’s Boom Night­club on Satur­day with doors open from 10pm.

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