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Melbourne’s Airwolf is taking flight. Armed with a solid repertoire of club-ready house tracks, he has taken the Australian music scene by storm, showcasing his production prowess to packed dancefloors across the country.
Since breaking onto the scene and signing with etcetc in 2016, Airwolf has released a string of house thumpers, hitting top 10 of the ARIA Club Chart, top 5 in the Spotify Viral Chart and garnering support from heavyweight DJs and tastemakers MK, Claude VonStroke, Rudimental, Cassius, MJ Cole, Sinden and more. With radio support from Diplo & Friends & Annie Nightingale on BBC Radio 1, Anna Lunoe on Beats 1, and Richard Kingsmill, Dom Alessio, Friday Night Shuffle & House Party on Triple J, its clear future Airwolf tracks are set to heat up dancefloors and radiowaves alike.
Taking the Airwolf show to the road with headline shows from the iconic Sydney Tower Eye to Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide as well as supports for heavyweight internationals Duke Dumont & Jax Jones & previous festival appearances at Listen Out, Beyond The Valley & Splendour In The Grass.
2017 saw Airwolf shine with collaborations with Brazilian producer rrotik & Stace Cadet, a huge remix for UK hit-maker OFFAIAH alongside Riton & The Magician, plus features on the Ministry of Sound Annual as well as PlayStation 4 game Wipeout Omega Collection alongside Boys Noize & Noisia. It’s all well-deserved for the hardworking Melbourne producer who’s carving out a notable legacy in the Australian dance music scene.
Also an accomplished photographer & filmmaker under the guise of Airwolf Paradise Media – Airwolf has stepped behind the lens to shoot, direct and produce the videos for singles ‘The Way It Is’ & ‘Blazin’ which have been added to rotation on MTV Dance, Rage, and selected as Indie Clip of the Week on Snackable TV.
‘AIRWOLF is a producer that’s long been on our radar, and for very good reason. He makes bangers. Tunes that will get you moving in no time at all. House thumpers that will keep you dancing all night long’ – Purple Sneakers