Since beginning his DJ career in 2003, Mat Cant has gone on to accomplish a big list of achievements while continuing to be a versatile DJ that pushes his wide range of sounds to whoever will listen.

Mat has held down many residencies across Melbourne since 2008, most notable – The Late Show at Revolver Upstairs, as well as being an in demand DJ for International supports and Festivals Australia wide. In 2010 Mat also started moonlighting as the tour DJ for ARIA award winning Australian artist 360 performing in front of huge crowds across the Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom and the USA.

A side from DJing, Mat is also the co-owner of the Melbourne based record label Scattermusic that has been the starting blocks for a lot of Melbourne’s up and coming forward thinking Producers and DJs.

In the middle of 2012 Mat released his debut solo EP “Make Believe” on Scattermusic that reached in the top sales charts on many digital music stores, as well as being supported by DJs worldwide. To promote his EP Mat set out on a nation wide tour with an overwhelming response for his musical styles and ability to make the crowd move.

Production wise Mat has produced for a lot of successful artists and major labels not only in Australia, but also throughout the world. With on going radio and DJ support for past remixes and originals, it doesn’t look like Mat will be slowing down anytime soon in the studio.

With over 10 years DJing, more production, more tours and more releases on the horizon, if you haven’t got down with Mat Cant yet, I’m sure you will soon


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