Friday, Oct 4th, 2019
At Bar 1. Perth – Australia

Absolute giants of the global rave scene are coming to Perth with their explosive brand of oldskool house!

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Very few ‘dance bands’ in Scotland can claim the lengthy success that ULTRA-SONIC. They have sold well over 300,000 singles and albums and have supported the like of THE PRODIGY , MOBY and CARL COX to mention but a few. A band whose video sold 6,500 copies in four days, outselling Disney’s ‘The Jungle Book’ as well as picking up ten awards ranging from ‘Best New Band’ to ‘Best New Single’. Pre-sale orders for Global Tekno was at a staggering 30,000 copies before the album was even released!

ULTRA-SONIC were during the late 90’s without doubt the No.1 band in Scotland and the only Scottish dance band to have been invited to headline two massive tours of Australia and who have been described by the head of Low Spirit as “the best dance band in the world”.

Noted for their incredible ‘high-energy’ charged performances, ULTRA-SONIC have topped the bill at almost all of the biggest dance events in Scotland including: FANTAZIA, REZERECTION, EURODANCE, STREETRAVE & REVOLUTION, not to mention selling out the prestigious GLASGOW BARROWLANDS venue on a number of occasions
ULTRA-SONIC were voted ‘BEST NEW BAND’ in the 1992 ScottishDance Music Awards and “Obsession” was voted ‘2nd BEST NEW SINGLE’. In 1993 they were voted ‘BEST SCOTTISH DANCE BAND’ in the M8 Magazine Awards; and ‘BEST SCOTTISH BAND’ in Radio Forth’s “Steppin’ Out” Dance Awards. The single “Annihilating Rhythm” was voted ‘BEST SINGLE’ of 1993. Last year the band were also voted ‘BEST PA’ by the national magazine DISCO CLUB INTERNATIONAL.


Public Domain exploded into the UK’s Hard House scene in 2000 when three young producers from Ayr, Scotland – James Allan, Alistair MacIsaac (who met at an Ultra-Sonic gig) and DJ Mark Sherry sampled the TB 303 patter from a remix of New Order’s ‘Confusion’ that was used in the movie Blade. Mark Sherry then asked Mallorca Lee supply his unique vocals on it and the bands debut single ‘Operation Blade (Bass In The Place)’ entered the UK singles chart at number 5 in November 2000 and remained in the Top 20 for 10 weeks before eventually selling one million copies internationally.

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