Not one to shy away from experimentation, Bunker resident, ACM has always enjoyed pushing the boundaries when it comes to playing and producing techno.
Starting off purely as a DJ, Andy first tried his hand at a live set back in 2013 with a hybrid/live DJ set, influenced by Jeff Mills, who had performed in Melbourne only a week earlier. In recent times, this has turned into a full live production, where he has embraced an all hardware set-up.
As one half of the live duo Tercat, Andy works with Johnathan Terlato to create a sound that is ruthless and free flowing. With nods to acid, experimental and brooding techno; Tercat scope the field.
Whilst Tercat is all about fast and punchy, anything goes techno, ACM brings a deeper and more calculated approach to the table. With a matured, musical finesse, ACM manages to effortlessly weave between pulsing drums and distorted kicks, to hi-hat loops. Drawing influence for his live performance from the likes of Petar Dundov and Mathew Jonson, he aims to captivate his audience through progressive builds.
With his execution thought out to the final reverberation, each element has it place in ACM’s live set.