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Bassic Records

Bassic Records director & co-founder ZigMon breaks the boundaries of progressive, techno, house and electronica, generating encapsulating dancefloor dynamics with deepened drive, elated euphoria and a touch of psychedelia. Finding a balance between alluring melodies, driving basslines and grounding groove, ZigMon sees his purpose to deliver something unexpected and unique, compelling an unpredictable journey without the confines of style or genre. His accomplished background in the DJ field - warming crowds for, or closing after, Boris Brejcha, Victor Ruiz, Enrico Sangiuliano, Alex Stein, Teenage Mutants and Jay Lumen, at festival main stages, revered clubs and warehouses Australia wide - has co-created the skilful developments of the ZigMon voyage and the resulting adventurous performances… Constantly on the move and proving to be one of Australia's most widely active DJs, ZigMon performs regularly with Australia’s best clubs/nights: elsewhere (Gold Coast), Capulet (Brisbane), SASH (Sydney). With his calendar often filled with features at the likes of Revolver, Breakfast Club, Dragonfruit, Tramp, Slyfox, Circus, Subclub, WeLove and many more, ZigMon is truly leaving his mark on the electronic scene extensive of the entire east coast. A vagabond of the Australian festival circuit, he has featured at Strawberry Fields, Dragon Dreaming, Psyfari, Babylon, Tanglewood, Earth Frequency, Elements, Bizarre Garden, Cognitive Roots, Bohemian Beatfreaks and is a resident of Rabbits Eat Lettuce (hosting an annual Bassic Records Showcase on the main stage) and Subsonic Music Festival (also curating the psychedelically inclined El Stompo stage). Breaking into the international scene in 2017, ZigMon featured on the main stage of Thailand’s Halfmoon Festival, as well as a 5 stop tour through some of Portugal’s best clubs and a successful Bassic Records Showcase in Denmark’s illusive capital, Copenhagen. 2018 sees ZigMon debut in Brazil and New Zealand along with a revisit to Thailand for a tour through their underground club circuit.