Noah Devega

Born and raised in Geneva, Switzerland Noah fell in love with music at young age, his father was a guitar player and mother South American dance performer.

He's part of the 90's generation, he bought his first set of Stanton's turn table at the age of 16 and start learning tricks, mixing and scratching in his room by himself.He spend all his money in the records store to look for new unknown music.He started with French and US rap, Drum'N'Bass, reggae, ragga and Funk.

At the age of 20 after spending a summer season in Ibiza and traveling through Amsterdam, London, Berlin, Munich and Zurich to watch  the best DJ/Producers in the industry he dove into electronic music as genre of choice and later on into deep, techno, progressive, melodic house and everything in between.

He moved to the Gold Coast, Australia in 2012 to travel and discover this part of the world and as metals are attracted by magnets he walked through the doors of Elsewhere bar located in the heart of Surfers Paradise, well known to be one of Australia's top club for underground and electronic scene, rated for a decade on the 100 hottest club list on the globe by 
He fell in love with the venue, intimate atmosphere and sound system this place offers. He started as bar staff and slowly work his way up to the DJ booth and finally became Sunday Royale resident, supporting local artists such as Dom Dolla, Taya, Somersault, Doppel, Oschione, Beni, Zigmon and international artists Nico Stojan, Finnebassen, One Man Orchestra aka Westerby, Kill frenzy and Kiko.
Along his journey he played at Oh Hello in Brisbane and made his way down to Melbourne's 161 club to name a few.
His ability to switch between genres and his pallet of music opened the doors of Justin Lane's rooftop bar in Burleigh, for him to become Saturday night resident, playing electronica, down tempo and indie house with a touch of funk.

Noah is passionate and a perfectionist when it comes to music, he is working on his first EP at the moment and should be released 2018/19...exciting!