Cavaliers of club, tramps of techno and hobos of house, Jaime Doom and Gus Da Hoodrat are two parts of Sydney party troupe The Bang Gang Deejays, and two of the finest party rocking DJ’s this or any other dimension has ever seen.
Pioneers of the sound that’s come to be known as "dimensioneer dance", Hoodrat and Doom are trailblazing DJ’s completely unafraid of taking a trip into the murky waters of the sonic exploration, with complete disregard for acceptable club convention and what is commonly recognised as “good cricket”.
Taking influence from current erectro-house, baile punk, minimal hechno, 90’s French horse, 80’s new wave and 70’s disco, these disc jockeys not only pioneer new dimensions, they also help the deaf 'n' disabled, the young 'n' restless, the mellow 'n' yellow and the aged 'n' agitated to discombobulate into parallel universes. They’ve made thousands of mixes, released on their current spiritual and contractual home Modular Recordings (most recently “D is For Disco, E is For Dancing” ), through Ministry Of Sound, on their own self-produced CD-R’s and set into the wild via the interweb. Doom and Hoodrat are also the head-honcho-engineroom behind a bunch of BangGang Remixes (New Young Pony Club, The Presest and Bumblebeez included) and the notoriously bitchin Bang Gang 12 Inches record label, releasing vinyl by like-minded turkeys like The Bag Raiders, Like Woah!, Soft Tigers, Muscles and KIM.
They’ve toured the world, playing raves in Tokyo, smelly clubs in London, Parisian cheese factories, German leather dens, New York discos and Melbourne toilets. If there’s a knees up where they can throw down, they’ve already done it, thrice over. All of this without ever producing a single jingle.
Don’t believe us here is what DJ Mehdi (Edbanger) had to say.. “Together, they are known as the mighty BANG GANG DEEJAYS and they are no joke. I mean, I consider myself a pretty decent DJ and you guys know how hard I like to rock and party, ok, ok. Well, these blokes are on some whole other level. Heck, they’re on a planet of their own. They simply put out the craziest parties in the entire world, and they are dead f-ing serious about music choices and deejaying skills”