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New Music: Daiju 'Experience' Album

Exploring the possibilities inherent with Minimal, Techno, Organic and Progressive House, Daiju has created an other-worldly soundscape designed to exhilarate dancefloors and mark his entrance as a prolific production and live performance artist with his Experience album. 

Born, Thivanka D. Galagedera, Daiju established himself as a well-rounded instrumentalist while producing, recording and performing with various artists and bands. Beginning in 2005, he co-produced the theme track and incidental music for Salam Café, an Australian TV comedy talk show. Later, Daiju signed with label TOTW and produced tracks for Ava Nicole, Fleur Salvador, Fluro, Phinesse and Finding Alice. After a brief stint away from the studio, buoyed by travels and experiences, Daiju returned with his new love and art-form – Electronic Music. 

Influenced by the genre’s most iconic artists, including Carl Cox, Richie Hawtin, Green Velvet & Hot Since 82, Daiju began experimenting with analog synths, drum machines, virtual instruments and grid based digital audio workstations. His tireless commitment to years of work has resulted in five self-released EPs across 2017 and 2018. 

The climate for intelligent live Techno has certainly begun and beyond an oversaturated house scene, Daiju looks to establish himself as a unique performance artist while remaining true to the art-form of live performance. His meticulously crafted Experience will only ever feature his own creations, compositions and productions. With the aid of performance software and uniquely constructed FX-racks, Daiju aims to captivate the audience as he stories a path through improvisation, cultivating a  relationship with his audience and delivering a thumping good time.

In November 2018, Daiju will launch his first official release, the ever-expansive Experience album. A compilation of his previously released tracks, an album extended mix and the dynamic album mini mix.

For Fans Of: Carl Cox | Richie Hawtin | Solomun

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