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Ctrl Alt Del Updated Photo 2021


Holding down an electronically impressive force, CTRL ALT DEL is concrete. On prey of the Gold Coast music scene with bounce, electro and progressive patents, the musical keyboard that types this Chris’ story is bang-on in tune. From the style and sounds of local studio hero Chardy to the borrowed pioneering power in Steve Angello, there is a tone being tapped and CTRL ALT DEL is nailing it. With a DJ career that has taken in the studio as of late, to the clubs he graces on the regular, it’s clear dance music likes things in this order.

Signed to Bomb Squad ‘Here’s How It Goes’ barraged dance floors across the country, while the anticipated release ‘Make It Pop’ in late 2014 is already buzzing chart spotters across the EDM spectrum. With a solid history of musical training on the belt notch and a healthy bout of dance music hype coming from the CTRL ALT DEL studio, airwaves from the Gold Coast’s Radio Metro ‘The Weekend Warm-up’ to G-One Radio in France are amplified with the east coast talent making the bounce real.

Commanding the ears of dance floor enthusiasts, Australia’s hottest festivals have taken a piece of the CTRL ALT DEL action and lit up spots at Creamfields, Future Music Festival and Stereosonic. The country’s most notorious clubs have too been known to embrace Chris supporting Sick Individuals, The Chainsmokers and local hero Timmy Trumpet. The energy surging from the console spreads a contagious lead from start to finish.

Tuning a sound for the future, CTRL ALT DEL isn’t leaving the studio unattended or the dance floor dull, with forthcoming music to shake up the summer and beyond.