Australia's leading dance music event organizer, Fuzzy, has specified Allen & Heath Xone DJ mixing consoles for all its forthcoming events. Fuzzy's programme includes the biggest, highest profile events on the continent including Shore Thing (NYE Bondi beach), Field Day, Summer Field Day, 360, Park Life, Harbour Life, Sydney's Metro, The Basement, and 'After Hours' - a weekly event at YU.
"Fuzzy have taken this unprecedented step in order to guarantee good sound quality," said John Wall, CEO of Fuzzy. "We only want the best at our events and that's why we're using Allen & Heath. Despite the fact that many of our international guest DJ's have personal mixer endorsements, standardising on Allen & Heath hasn't been difficult - it's the console every pro is happy to use."
"This is a fantastic relationship for us," commented Jamie Kaye, Australian marketing manager for Allen & Heath. "Fuzzy are without doubt the ducks nuts when it comes to throwing major events. I recently attended 360 in Sydney and saw some of the biggest international names in dance music - including Tom Novy, Felix Da Housecat, The Audio Bullys, A.Skillz, Stacey Pullen and Ralph Lawson - play to a salivating audience of 6,000 people. It was one of the best events I have ever been as it had everything - great music, brilliant organisation, happy punters, and, best of all, absolutely phenomenal sound. We're delighted to be a part of Fuzzy's ongoing success."
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