- Country Australia
- Soundcloud https://soundcloud.com/amuz_e
- Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AmuzeMusic/
- Soundcloud track https://soundcloud.com/recoverycollective/jydn-x-amuze-opening-set-township-rebellion-xe54
After a 2 year hiatus of releasing any music, Ben used this period of time to his advantage by working to refine his sound, style and direction.
Presenting Amuze: a change away from the past, headed down a path reflective of his extensive musical background and knowledge – with deep, progressive and harmonic melodies very evident throughout his productions.
Co-founder of @RecoveryCollective. A forward thinking, local Melbourne-based movement with a creative visionary and an aim for providing a fresh educational vehicle within the electronic music community. By showcasing emerging artists and undiscovered sounds alike, constantly striving to increase awareness and appreciation for quality electronic music.
Over the years, Amuze has been invited to perform at some of Australia’s leading festivals such as Strawberry Fields, Babylon, Tell No Tales and Earthcore.
His debut release under the new moniker was a 2-track EP with @JydnMusic titled Genesis, released in August on their label Recovery Collective. This was also a huge milestone for the two after running and operating the label for somewhat 3 years before pushing any music of their own.
Within the first week, the Genesis EP gained a heap of local and international support before skyrocketing up the Beatport release charts and peaking at #4 in Electronica, #6 in Techno and #23 overall.
Following the release, Amuze set off on an adventure with Recovery Collective for their Bridging The Gap European Tour with their shows in Portugal and Amsterdam.
With a pretty hefty inventory of music in the works, you can expect to be hearing more from him in the coming months leading into the Australian summer and beyond.
Next up is a remix with Jydn of Doppel’s Blacklight, to be released later this month on the Recovery Collective x Bassic Records Symbiosis collaborative compilation.