After realising they shared an uncanny stash of the same records, Melbourne Deepcast’s Myles Mac and Loose Joints’ DJ Camov formed a tribute band of sorts, occasionally coming together to share their obsession for forgotten 90s club music with the world.
On their regular journeys back through the golden years, Project 95 moves between the soulful house of Chicago, NYC garage, Detroit techno, acid and early French filter house, channeling the legendary grooves of Ian Pooley, Paul Johnson, Daft Punk, Wamdue Kids, Fresh & Low, DJ Tonka, HMC and Roy Davis Jr. to name a few. No stranger to the interwebs, their distinct styles have been featured across the spectrum with extended mixes for Melbourne Deepcast and most recently for London’s Stamp The Wax Diggers Directory podcast, with a three hour session covering everything from 90s dub techno to IDM and rave.
At home, the duo have been regularly called upon to set the tone for the likes of Glenn Underground, Mount Liberation Unlimited and Jeremy Underground, have been found winding back the clock at clubnights like Melbourne’s Lost Weekend and Lucid, Sydney’s Vibe Positive and Heavenly, and took to the stage at the 2018 Pitch Festival in country Victoria.
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