Despite growing up on a strict diet of punk, funk, rock'n'roll and hip hop, a chance encounter with Garageband at the tender age of nine years set Angus Green on a path that would change his life.
After a short stint fumbling with a number of instruments including guitar, violin, bass and vocals he decided to buy a pair of CDJ's and start mixing. However the limitations to deejaying soon made Angus look for a more constructive form to vent his ideas.
In 2008 he began classical piano lessons in order to understand the basics of musical concepts, and in 2010 he purchased a copy of Ableton and devoted all of his time to learning the program. Finally after gaining a decent amount of knowledge and with a few tricks up his sleeve, Angus moved to Melbourne. It was there he was introduced to the exciting new world of Bass and Glitch Hop. After only six months of production in this style Angus was picked up by local independent label Adapted Records, who requested a track for a free compilation album.
From there everything blew up, and in April 2012 he released his first E.P. 'Storm Warning', which reached the top end of both the Beatport and Addictech charts. Angus now releases with a number of independent labels, including Adapted Records [Aus] , Empathy Recordings [NZ], Glitch and Chop (Bassweight Recordings) [NZ] and The Pooty Club Records [Spain]. He has played gigs alongside artists such as Blatwax, Mr Bill, Spoonbill, Freddy Todd, Mouldy Soul, Mr. Rogers and DJ Wasabi. In late 2012 Angus was nominated for best up and coming Glitch Hop artist by UK Glitch Hop.