Ministry Of Sound - Tom Piper - Bio

All about me:

Some say he’s wanted in several cities for committing debauched acts of aural pleasure with multiple parties.

Others say that he once drowned a procession of club goers in a pool of freshness but no jury in the land would convict him.

Some even dare suggest he’s more machine than man, with bass bins where his lungs should be.

DJ, producer, radio, host, record, label, guy, man, myth, legend, freshmaker...

Call him what you will; just tell him where the party’s at first!

Since setting forth on his mission to promote better living through freshmaking, the Sydney-side hotshot has positioned himself at the forefront of the Australian dance scene. Placing at #17 on the coveted Sony ITM50 DJ Poll from 2010, his kinetic sets of label exclusives, re-edits & "bootyfresh" bootlegs have caused crowd riots all round Australia and we have had reports of disturbances in Asia & Europe this past year. You can find his original productions, remixes and tunes from his labels (bambamMuzik, No Frills Label & Bakehaus Records) at the top of the ARIA charts or they can be heard reverberating through the record bags of Laidback Luke, Kissy Sell Out, Tiesto, David Guetta, Bart B More, Fake Blood, Drop The Lime, Riva Starr, Sidney Samson and other esteemed members of the global DJ elite.

Trying to pin a professional appreciator like Tom Piper to a single genre is like telling Casanova to keep it in his pants. Electro, House, Tech, Dubstep whatever.. his preference is everything and more; an orgy of good vibrations that has seen Piper's prolific output and supreme decksterity demanded by the biggest brands in the biz - Ministry of Sound, Mixmash, Sony Music & Dim Mark are just a choice few of the stables Tom has done work for. If peers on worldwide album compilations like the legendary FABRICLIVE series aren't smashing Tom's tuneage, he's going platinum sales with his own mix CD's, applying his midas touch to compilations that shift mega units without breaking a sweat.

Championed on stations from BBC's Radio 1 to Australia's Triple J, even their mighty airwaves are no longer enough to contain him; it's Piper's time to call the shots. Tom is the newly crowned host of Ministry of Sound Radio Australian on Austereo, serving up a weekly dose of electronic ecstasy and issuing each offering the stamp of quality that only he can provide: 100% Certified Freshness!

Behind the decks, on the air, in the studio - it's all just part of the package, another day's play for the princely freshmaker who continues to push the boundaries of dance music on the worldwide stage.