Flourishing in his second home of Los Angeles, Australian DJ and producer Generik (aka Tyson O’Brien) was plucked from the underground clubs in Melbourne after being discovered by Calvin Harris. Since then, he’s become a staple on the Las Vegas circuit with his Hakkasan Group residency (Hakkasan, OMNIA, Wet Republic).
Generik has claimed previous ARIA Club Chart No1’s including radio additions, with his summer renditions ‘The Weekend’ featuring Nicky Van She, ‘Late at Night’, ‘So High’, and ‘Be There’ featuring the silky vocals of A*M*E, garnering status in the Shazam and Spotify Australian and US viral charts.
He recently wrapped up two summer Ibiza residencies at Ushuaïa and Pacha, playing alongside Calvin Harris, Duke Dumont, Martin Solveig, MK, and Disciples. Other notable performances include his UK debut at Creamfields and Dua Lipa’s Sunny Hill Festival in Kosovo. Coming up next, he’ll be playing Oliver Heldens & Friends at ADE before returning home for three shows across Australia at Festival X at the end of November.
Having remixed Halsey’s monster hit ‘Bad At Love’ into a piano house anthem and Dillon Francis’ heater ‘Hello There’ into a vibe out groover, his latest single ‘Tony’ was the debut release on his own label You Do You. His next single ‘Bunny’ is due out on October 18th.