Two parts Balkan bangers, one part West African infused mash with just a peppering of reggaeton and a heart helping of four to the floor filth and you’ve got a Droptor Suess special that will have butts dropping lower than Tibetan throat singers.
After a debut set at Rabbits Eat Lettuce festival in 2018, and cutting his mixing teeth with high energy sets at Ari Arthouse on the moist streets of Bangkok, Droptor Seuss returned to Australian shores to continue his meteoric rise in the Northern festival circuit. His 2018 tour continued with Wonky Queenslander events, a midday riverside dance party at Jungle Love Festival and late night deep world nourishment at Bohemian Beatfreaks. Easter 2019 saw him returning to ‘Rabbits’ where it all began with a hit set of global bass, afro house and Brazilian bangers. The ‘Droptor’ followed this by playing an afternoon of Turkish & Yemeni funk, south Asian classsics and afro tech house at Brisbane’s Kurilpa Debry. He supported Hello Tut Tut for their 'Bay of Kotor' single launch in October (MEL) and returned to Bohemian Beatfreaks Festival in November 2019 with a deeper, downtempo sound that brought his live looping skill to the fore. He began 2020 with a B2B set with World Music mixtress Rahel at Doofers Daycare in Brisbane before settling into the 2020 lockdown to make new music for what will be an epic post-pandemic party. His first COVID release was a smash hit set ‘Melodic Droptor’ showcasing his favourite melodic techno tracks collected over a two-year period. In August 2020, his first remix was independently released from Melbourne’s lockdown - an eerie melancholic reimagining of Ukrainian folk quartet DakhaBrakha’s Oy Ishov Chumak. In 2021, his second release showcased a global bass bounce in a mashup of Populous’ Alala and El Peche’s edit of Edu Lobo’s “Lero”.