Besides Europe, the Hardstyle scene in Down Under belongs to one of the biggest in the world with a long tradition. A tradition that has brought forward many known Hardstyle Artists. Now, the next generation of rising stars is ready to bring a new era of Australian Hardstyle sounds.


The series ‘Spotlight Hardstyle Australia’ will put certain upcoming Artists into the spotlight, talking about his music and mission, to give you a comprehensive overview of what’s going on in Down Under.

The Hardstyle bond between Hardstyle and Europe has always been a tight one. Australia was the very first continent where a Defqon.1 edition took place outside Europe, or host of the famous IQon festival. Nowadays events like “Shadows of Wonderland” and “Midnight Mafia” delivered impressive events.

Known Names

We all know legends like AudioFreq, Code Black, Toneshifterz or Delete. All of them are part of the global Hardstyle scene and are usually listed in the lineup of major Hardstyle events. But they all have already been part for a long time, and there seems to be a lack of new future Australian Artists.  

Spotlight Hardstyle Australia: Toneshifterz

But is this true? Actually, the Australian Hardstyle scene is experiencing a big movement. A lot of promising producers are forming a new era of raw Hardstyle artists, with the special down under sounds, making themselves ready to follow the matured legends.

The next generation is ready

During the recent weeks, the team of Hardstyle Mag took a closer look on the Australian scene to get a comprehensive picture and to put certain Artists into the spotlight. In this series we will present chosen Artists in dedicated articles, talking about who they are, what music they deliver, and what we can expect from them.

We can already tell you, that we have met impressive and promising young artists, who are really serious about their plans to enrich the world of Hardstyle with their music and plans. But also unexpected surprises behind some stories. Welcome to our new series ‘Spotlight Hardstyle Australia‘.

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