The question on everyone’s lips is “Why the name Tau Tau?” (or Boat Boat to his Vietnamese fans) . Besides this alternative meaning, the name actually has a rather more mysterious background, but this will remain a mystery to be solved at a later date. Beginning his career at backyard parties for “mates rates” (a slab of beer), he has quickly progressed to classier (and slightly more profitable) gigs, becoming a well renowned Australian artist. His recent productions have helped build his profile quickly, leading him to headline some of the biggest clubs in Australia, and even international venues such as Sky Garden Indonesia, as well as performing at festivals like Stereosonic & Future Music festival. His debut single Quantam hit number 44 on the Beatport electro house charts and 23 on the Aria charts, gaining him support from globally recognised artists such as Timmy Trumpet, Uberjakd, J-Trick and Gabre-Ponte.
With over 2 million collective views across YouTube he easily surpassed Shannon Noll’s 2003 Australian idol runner up performance – the numbers don’t lie! This young gun is steadily climbing the ranks in the electronic music scene and definitely one to keep an eye (and ear) out for in 2016.