From Australia to the World, NEOTEK Has Big Plans In Bass Music

Blending gritty bass music with a distinct, cyberpunk-inspired aesthetic, NEOTEK is positioning himself as bass music’s next emerging star.

Since launching his career back in 2021 with “Losing Control,” a sinister midtempo anthem, the Australian DJ and producer has been consistently gaining momentum, receiving support from a slew of major artists and signing his tracks to key labels.

NEOTEK was already experimenting with music production by the age of 15, developing a unique sound that EDM fans would ultimately hear at massive festivals and venues such as Red Rocks, EDC, Okeechobee and Lost Lands. He’s also now amassed over four million collective streams on Spotify to date.

NEOTEK’s melodic bass cover of The Neighbourhood’s “Sweater Weather” marked his first major success just a year after he debuted, followed by “Bone Breaker” alongside Australian dubstep star SIPPY, which was released via Zeds Dead’s Deadbeats. That track exposed NEOTEK to a brand-new audience and led to releases on Excision’s Subsidia and Black Tiger Sex Machine’s Kannibalen Records.

His tunes are just as fitting for the stage, as he’s rinsed them on major festivals and venues all across Australia. NEOTEK is also a passionate educator, teaching the ins and outs of music production to roughly 15 students every week while being associated with the artist growth company Industry Set.

NEOTEK’s latest single “Virtualise” is out now via Create Music Group. Check out the track below and find it on streaming platforms here.



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