Hailing from the Emerald isle of Ireland Dublin lost a character oozing electronic musical bliss when D9 took to the shores of Western Australia and laid down the law in Perth.His rise to the top of the local dance scene has been nothing short of meteoric and shows no signs of slowing down.
Shaping his sound from his trance roots its his ability to bend genre’s and break boundaries that are driving this fresh act in a fierce way. Spending most of his adult life behind the DJ console at club events, festivals and showcases with world renowned artists have all offered a hand in taking his passion even further.
With a recent take to the studio, it’s those headphones that stay on day in and day out, making a bold statement to the world about his ramped up plan for music enthusiasts globally. Taking influence from techno, house, trance and psytrance a D9 performance is always an unforgettable experience.
Known for raising the bar be it at his shows or the studio, iconic tracks like Greece 2000 have been given the revolutionary resurrection, with his bootleg voted tune of the week and taking a hike up the national Irish Dance floor charts receiving air play on Ireland’s top radio station spin 103.8.
On the gig front recent times have seen Perth’s electronic charm play on the Atlantis Trance stage at Australia’s largest festival Stereosonic, become a regular fixture at metro city Australia’s largest night club, rack up the air miles with frequent visits to Malaysia and Indonesia on tour where the regions reigning bars and clubs have turned the volume up on his sound.
Having shared local and international stages with Paul Van Dyk, Sean Tyas, Ferry Corsten,Emma Hewitt, Jerome Isma-Ae, Marlo, Andrew Rayel, Gareth Emery, Mark Sherry, Mark Sixma, Ben Nicky, Vini Vici, Binary Finary, Rank 1, Genix, Sunny Lax, Jordan Suckley and Joorn Van Deynhoven D9 towers with his experience and promising dance music etiquette taking beats to the boundaries and keeping it at the forefront.