Introducing “Def Digital”, one of the freshest, most promising electronic acts to come out of Melbourne, Australia.
Jake Scarmozzino and Warwick Browne met in 1999. Sharing their passion for production and music the two began writing and producing together in 2003 and founded the group “Transit”. After some time writing, producing and performing the duo decided to have a break and it wasn’t until the summer of 2007 that would see the two reform to create Def Digital.
Not willing to compromise on quality and intent on presenting their driving, progressive signature sound to the best of their ability, Def Digital deferred all releases until their first official release in July 2009 on the BeatGeek records label.
Creating a buzz, “Beautiful Insomnia” shot to number one of the Release Promo charts (www.releasepromo.com) and remained there for two weeks. After a promising pre-release, expectations where high for the duo’s debut EP and Beautiful Insomnia shot to number 7 on the DJ Download progressive charts.
The Beautiful Insomnia EP received critical acclaim with strong support from not only local DJ’s, but also the likes of PQM, Jaytech, DJ Fady Ferraye, Eelke Kleijn and DJ Lemon8. The duo has managed to gain both a strong foothold and international exposure within the progressive scene in a relatively short amount of time.
They have also gained a well earned following with tunes that range from driving progressive house and trance to dirty early morning prog whilst embracing lush, sweeping airy pads, dominating melodic leads riffs and vocals to create those awe inspiring heavenly breakdowns and skin tingling build-ups.
Support has also come from the likes of radio stations Kiss FM, Joy FM, Proton and Frisky to name a few with the duo’s tracks being played by PQM, Blinky, Derek Howell, and Harry Lemon (Lemon-8).
Def Digital have been invited to craft remixes for the likes of PQM, Blinky, DJ Fady Ferraye, Hyline and Federico Monachesi.
Def Digital endeavours to create and produce music beyond the mind’s limitations, be creatively free and to present their sound to a live audience in the same fashion.