Over the last 10 years the name “Kriece” has become synonymous with dance music in Australia. Kriece initially made his name as a dj, supporting names such as Sasha, Digweed, Cattaneo & Zabiela on Australian tours such as Ministry of Sound, Renaissance & Cream.
It has only been in the last 5 years that Kriece has gained worldwide recognition for his production work. After a solid debut on EQ Grey Records, Kriece came to the attention of many with his remix of Aphex Twin’s “Windowlicker” which was licensed to Renaissance for James Zabiela’s “Utilities” Mix CD.
In 2005, he teamed up with James Zabiela & Jeff Bennett to record “We Make Contact” as The Flying Doctors. This track was given an Oliver Lieb Remix & became the debut release on Kriece’s label “Kindred Sounds” – becoming a fixture in sets of djs such as Sasha.
2006 became Kriece’s breakthrough year, being signed to an artist deal with the world’s most renowned house label “20:20 Vision” and being called in for remix duties for James Zabiela’s “Weird Science” on Renaissance.
These releases were further cemented by remixes on Infusion’s “Music for Vinyl” label & Nic Fanciulli’s “Saved Records” and a new collaboration with Jeff Bennett and new EP’s on labels such as EQ Grey.
In October & November 2006, Kriece again hit the road with an extensive tour of South America, including a massive gig at the legendary “Creamfields” festival in Buenos Aires, Argentina, alongside acts such as Underworld & Sasha.
2007 has been spent touring the UK and working on material for his album on 20:20 Vision.