Little Helpers, Subsonic Music
Fostering an infinite combination of the dark, driving elements of the house, minimal and techno worlds, Melbourne’s Dylan Griffin is honing in on the club circuit, giving underground enthusiasts a sheer decade of well accomplished etiquette, expertise and knowledge. Signed to Subsonic Music (Australia), Deeplomatic (Spain) and Little Helpers (USA), 2018 & 2019 has garnered a path with signature sounds from Dylan, while cementing a solid demeanor on dance floors and beaming peak set times on some of the country’s most acclaimed events, festivals and clubs. Tributing a long standing devotion to the house and techno scene, Dylan Griffin’s profile has cemented a demeanour that beckons the respect from music devotees and industry profiles globally. True to his foundations, he too pioneers Australia’s premier electronic podcast series ‘AU Underground’, showcasing some of the country’s inaugural emerging talent to the most well-accomplished of the underground realm. Studio output has seen a bold emergence of Dylan’s sound, nurturing his emblem significantly with breakout EP on the internationally renown label Little Helpers (USA) gathering direct support from the likes of Scuba and Steve Bug. This release followed on from underground hit vinyl EP ‘Highly Swung’ on minimal house label Subsonic Music, alongside production partner Chad B with remixes from internationally celebrated artists Monika Ross and Alexkid. Embracing astounding media response locally and offshore with 5 star reviews from the likes of Trommel & Form publications, while being sold out in some of the world’s most respected record stores, there is a sure-fire beam in Dylan’s sonic delivery. Meticulous lineups across his career have brimmed an immense solidification of Dylan Griffin’s career, wreaking havoc on dance floors and festival grounds from Rainbow Serpent, Subsonic, Let Them Eat Cake and Piknic Electronik to club shows including SASH in Sydney, Queensland’s Elsewhere and My Aeon, New Guernica and the iconic institution Revolver in Melbourne. Offshore, he has taken to Thailand, India, Mexico and Denmark at the highly regarded Culture Box co-headlining with Pleasurekraft, while locally lining up on bills with Archie Hamilton, Sascha Braemer, Boris Brejcha, Oliver Schories and Simon Baker. Transitioning seasons brings a plethora of stirs to shake up the scene, leaving a true accent on true electronic devotees across the map.