Scott’s philosophy as a DJ is simple – to deliver the music he loves with energy and passion, every time. “I’m thoroughly in the zone when I’m DJing and I’m experiencing pure joy.
Scott Pullen may be one of the statesmen-like pillars of Sydney’s dance music community since its late-1980s genesis, but his influence now extends much further – in fact, circa 2012 you’re as likely to see him at the controls in a nightclub in Melbourne, Bali, Europe, South America or the United States as you are rocking dancefloors in his home town. Provided, of course, that he hasn’t been snapped up by a growing list of corporate clients to set the scene for their big night, or whisked away to Queensland’s Double Island by Keanu Reeves to soundtrack the birth of another New Year for his posse of Hollywood royalty and sporting legends.
Whatever the occasion, Scott’s philosophy as a DJ is simple – to deliver the music he loves with energy and passion, every time. “I’m thoroughly in the zone when I’m DJing and I’m experiencing pure joy,” Scott says, “and I think that energy is quite infectious and ends up infecting my audience.” And exactly what that audience hears is always tailored for the occasion. Scott’s a house DJ at heart, but you can expect him to deliver big room tech house or progressive to the main rooms of the world, deeper jazz and disco influenced sounds in more refined surrounds, or “dark, dirty tribal” if he’s got the late shift at one of clubland’s sleazy, underground gay parties.