Hydraulix is the alter ego of Damien Williams a 25-year-old DJ/Producer from Sydney, Australia. Damien’s obsession with music began at a young age growing up listening to hip hop, rap and punk rock but it wasn’t until he was 17 when he put everything he had into music and decided to become a DJ.

Since then he has experimented with many different genres but it wasn’t until two years ago when he became Hydraulix that he really cemented his love for bass music. Exploring the EDM musical atmosphere Damien mixes genres together into a set of pure entertainment, combining high energy with crowd-pleasing tunes. After seeing Hydraulix live it’s easy to see how he has become such a big name in the scene so quickly.

Hydraulix is a frequently playing at Sydney’s best bass music clubs with residencies at The Wall (World Bar) and Chinese Laundry. He has played up and down Australia from Sydney to Melbourne to Launceston to Canberra, his ability to transcend genres makes him the chameleon of bass music; catering to any crowd. Hydraulix is a founding member of ‘BOSS BASS’ a popular monthly bass music event and has established himself as one of the front-runners in the Sydney bass music scene.

“I suppose some reasons I love making and playing bass music would be a genuine love for heavy hitting music and the feeling of people absolutely losing their sh*t just the same as I would if I was out there listening”

He has supported some of the biggest and the best including Bassnectar, Bare Noize, Roksonix, Doorly, Dodge and Fuski, Calvertron, Drumsound & Basslinesmith, Tantrum Desire, Figure, Kill The Noise, Le Castle Vania, Kaskade, Sigma, Terravita and Xkore. Since discovering his love of trap music, Hydraulix has had collaborations with The Hi Yahs, Slakk, Pigeonfox and Kurk Kokane as well as many more exciting projects to come in 2013.

You never know what to expect from Hydraulix’s versatile high-energy sets and what makes him such a pleasure to watch and hear. “I'll play any sort of bass music... Anything from 95 bpm trap with simple 808 driven bass to 175 jump up drum and bass... As long as the energy is good and the bass is big I'll play it”

Over the years Hydraulix has received airplay from Triple J, BBC’s Radio 1 as well as currently doing monthly trap mixs for Filth Fm. He is already receiving support from some of the biggest artists in the trap game too, such as: Bro Safari, Rico Tubbs, Alex Young, LeDoom, The Hi Yahs, Party Favor, WATAPACHI, Reid Speed, Notixx, Shift Key and many more. As well as backing from Trap & Bass and Real Trap, couple that with a massive online following including an army of reputable bloggers posting his music and it’s easy to see that Hydraulix is someone to keep an eye on in 2013 and beyond



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