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Cutting through the masses of young electronic music producers like a knife through butter, J-Trick has quickly risen to the top with a consistent flow of quality original productions and remixes. Don’t take our word for it though, with a support base that includes Tiesto, Afrojack, Chuckie, Fatboy Slim, Diplo, Crookers, Laidback Luke, Dillon Francis, Kissy Sell out, MSTRKRFT, Joachim Garraud, Congorock, Felix Cartal, The Partysquad, LA Riots, Ac Slater and TJR to name a few it is very apparent that this young gun has got the skills.
With a sound firmly planted in the realms of club driven Electro, J-Trick has already gained enormous success well beyond his years. Not many people can hold acclaim to knocking Daft Punk off the top of the charts in their home country, however J-Trick has done so. The mighty club jam ‘Jumanji’ on Ministry Of Sound’s Hussle imprint solidified itself as Australia’s biggest record by hitting the #1 spot in the nations ARIA Club Chart. Add to that top 5 Beatport success, lead remixes for the likes of Stanton Warriors, Stafford Brothers feat. Lil Wayne, Tom Piper and more, you have undoubtedly
Australia’s current “go to guy” for guaranteed dancefloor heat.
These amazing feats and rise through the ranks have not gone unnoticed, with J-Trick securing himself the accolade of Australia’s #15 ranked DJ in 2012’s In The Mix Top 50 poll. Along with this J-Trick has cemented himself as a nationwide major player, performing week in week out across Australia headlining all the Premier venues and events.
As if juggling tireless hours in the studio and holding down coveted residencies across
the country wasn’t enough, the motivated and driven youngster is the head honcho at Club Cartel Records. Dedicated to delivering only high quality releases since mid 2011, this label spearheaded by J-Trick has already received plenty of international support.
This is a testament to not only J-Trick’s skills as a producer but also his knack for knowing what makes a great record.
The best part of all this is the J-Trick story has only just started…