Since his venture into Drum and Bass in 2001, DJ Wash has been refined his skills both on the turntables and in the studio.
Co-Founder of crews Basic (Syd, Australia – 2003/2004) and current - Kongkretebass (Hong Kong), DJ Wash and partner Electronic Mistress has been injecting Drum and Bass music into Hong Kong since 2006, playing a massive part in the growth of the Drum and Bass scene in Hong Kong and Asia.
Within his short deejay career, DJ Wash has played along side some of the most influential artists such as DJ Friction, Breakage, Big Bud, Chris Su, Jade, Shimon, Nu:Tone, SpectraSoul, A Sides, Sonic, Suv and other top playaz in the international scene.
On the Regional/International front, DJ Wash is seen deejaying in Sydney, Shanghai, ChengDu, Bangkok and Dresden, sharing the stages with many of the top deejays in those regions and in Hong Kong. Where his skill on the turntables is witnessed by many, which has secured his name as one of the top Drum and Bass deejays to come out of Asia.
With a respectable history of events promotions in Australia and internet radio host of a well respected UK website - “planetdnb.com (2004-2005)”, DJ Wash found him self moving back to his hometown of Hong Kong in 09/2005, where he immediately made his mark within weeks of his arrival.
Since then, DJ Wash has been headlining in most Drum and Bass parties, bringing in fresh sounds and skills not seen/heard before, with regular support and headline gigs at Vodka Bar, Bling, Lost, Loft9, Yumla and Twyst Mind to name a few.
Within the studio, DJ Wash is pushing forward with his own unique Deep/Dark/Tech sounds, showing that he is one of the most promising producers from Hong Kong. His music can be heard over the Television waves on Channel V’s “AMP – Asia’s Music Platform” show, and also a remix project for a progressive/experimental Czech Republic band “100c” for the album “Brant Rock” which was released in 04/2008, as part of a limited edition remix project.
Late 2006 saw a change in the Drum and Bass scene in Hong Kong with the departure of DJ Wash from his initial crew. With fresh ideas and a professional outlook on the local scene, DJ Wash and Electronic Mistress applied their effort into their own creation “Kongkretebass”.
Form its birth in 2006; Kongkretebass has played a huge involvement in the Drum and Bass scene in Hong Kong and Asia. A name which is pushing the limits and boundaries in every angle possible; with website, events promotions of international/regional/local artists, arts/design/PR, as well as a respected weekly podcast [Kongkast], all of which has elevated Kongkretebass into the international stages. With recent coverage on BBC radio 1’s Drum and Bass show with Fabio – Podcast of the week (05/2008).