Will Sparks is a name that has become synonymous with electrifying electronic anthems of the new skool generation. In Australia, there’s not a clubbing fan nationwide, that hasn’t heard his ‘pure fire’ productions blasting out of the woofers of your favourite sound system. But if you are yet to experience the madness of this infamous Melbournite’s sound – live in the flesh, come this Saturday night, you’re in for a treat! Tickets are on sale now.
The fresh-faced Aussie youngster was voted the ‘Breakthrough Artist of the Year’ at the ITM Awards, only twelve months later to be named the number one DJ in the country. This was just the beginning of a career that has rocked every corner of the globe. It’s hard to imagine how a teenage bedroom producer became the godfather of Melbourne bounce, but that’s exactly what he did. At just 19 years of age, his breakthrough original ‘Ah Yeah’ became an international club hit, championed by superstar DJ’s like Steve Aoki. The rest, as they say, is history.
As a producer, Sparks won the dance-floor over by remixing the biggest hits of the last few years, time and time again, reworking R3hab, The Chainsmokers and Martin Garrix to name a few. Oh, and let’s not forget the infectious ‘Blurred Lines’ remix that has racked up over three million plays on SoundCloud!
His sound was adopted by the clubbing elite, fast becoming one of the most in-demand producers, not only in Australia, but also across the seas. It’s in the last twelve months where Will Sparks has really weighed in with the best of them, remixing the original celebrity of superstar EDM, deadmau5, and the so hot right now hit-makers, Major Lazer.
He is the only Australian producer to ever be co-managed by Jimmy Lovine’s ‘Interscope Records’ – an achievement in itself, that is simply unmatched by others. Billboard and MTV both agree, Will Sparks is one of the hottest emerging artists on the planet right now, and Marquee are right there with you. To see this inspirational DJ explode on stage is truly a performance that is not to be missed, as the House of Marquee comes tumbling down to the sounds of Will Sparks, this Saturday May 7.