One of the early pioneers of house and techno in Australia. Based in Adelaide and one of the main players behind Juice Records (Australia) which helped put Australian techno on the map from around 1991.

How does that one quote go, about there being no second acts in Australian dance music? Whoever it was didn't know much about Cam Bianchetti, a DJ/producer from Adelaide, Australia's reputedly sleepy "city of churches." In the early '90s, he was making and playing driving, drug-fuelled underground dance music as DJ HMC, inspired as much by Chicago and Detroit as by European styles connected with his Italian heritage. Tracks like "Phreakin" and "LSD" remain classics, fusing sample-heavy house with analog techno.

Fast forward to the present, and Bianchetti's renown no longer lies in being the Godfather of Australian Techno, touring the world and winning the admiration of key players in the scene like Claude Young and Laurent Garnier. Instead he has returned from an extended hiatus, fully reconfigured as an emerging master of the re-edit in a rebooted, reloaded guise, as Late Nite Tuff Guy

    27:00   Timmy Thomas - Why Can't We Live Together
    32:20   Late Nite Tuff Guy - Reality
    47:00   Late Nite Tuff Guy - Lovely Day

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