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Ministry of Sound ft. Ember B2B A-Tonez

Club favourites A-Tonez & Ember are teaming up and going B2B on March 24 ? Don't miss out on double the fun! ?


Held in the highest esteem by his peers and the masses, Ember is without question one of Australia’s most in-demand genre-hopping beatsmiths. Crossing the country on a weekly basis, leaving jaws dropped upon sweat-drenched dance floors: this star student of the Sydney club scene has definitely earned his stripes. Sharing stages with the worlds dance music elite, he has held his own at Stereosonic, Field Day, Splendour In The Grass, Shore Thing, Big Day Out, Parklife and Future Music Festival amongst other iconic party spots. Warming the faders and ransacking riders with everyone from Snoop Dogg to Skrillex, Duck Sauce to Diplo, building a resume along the way that any mother would be more than proud of.

Keeping his ear to the ground and head out of the clouds, Ember has been asked on board national tours with Ministry Of Sound three times in the past two years, recently mixing the renowned Annual for 2015, after touring the country with Joel Fletcher for Clubbers Guide to 2014, and Chardy for Electro House Sessions 6. His first official release, Blur, hit #1 on the Australian ARIA Club Chart, with Triple J premiers from Peking Duk and mixes from Go Freek, Spenda C, Jay Karama and Combo gaining support from dance aficionados the world over.

True to his groundwork in ass droppin-party tunes, the young man has been hitting home of late, voted as one of Australia’s Top 50 DJs 7 years in a row by Inthemix and listed as one of DJ City’s Australian producers to watch in 2014. Hell bent on throwing down wherever there’s a spot to get down, Ember continues to turn heads and taste make with his booty-bouncing sets. Bridging the gap between his own brands of busted up tech funk and main room ghetto bangers: the future’s looking strong for this young party maestro.

If you’ve ever broken the seal in a badly lit highway bathroom, inhaled a dirty kebab at a late night eatery or thrown up at a skate park, you’ve probably seen an A-Tonez sticker. You’ve probably wondered who the hell A-Tonez is, and why his face is following you all over Australia and even to that naughty weekend that you spent in New Zealand.

Legend says that his hat and glasses are actually part of a sophisticated biological support system, similar to the one worn by a guy named Darth Vader. The difference is, A-Tonez’s armour is tuned for club combat - with a little bit of intergalactic domination thrown in for good measure. The A-Tonez legend begins in Sydney, where he became well renowned for his party rocking style and versatility, spinning anything from Hip Hop to Banging Electro and Trap & DnB styles. His energetic style has him playing the main room of most major venues in Australia on a regular basis.

The reason A-Tonez stands out from the bunch is because of his superior showmanship. In a world of button pushers, he is a respected turntablist: scratching & sampling like a madman throughout every set.

Production skills are also strong with this one. In 2012, he was asked to mix the Bass Xplosion compilation for OneLove Australia, which included an official A-Tonez remix and his first original production Bass Drop ft Laura Noir

People that have seen his energy on stage compare it to things like a homeless man who has just won the lottery or a Mexican jumping bean being electrocuted with 50,000 volts. You could say he doesn’t stay in the same place much. He has been booked to play at almost every major music festival that has found its way to our shores. A-Tonez knows how to deliver on the big stage.

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