Benji (The Hat loving, Coffee Obsessed, perfectionist.) and Mikey Likey (the dangerously optimistic one) Together they have been pushing the boundaries of how much time two people can stand to be near each other. Also, they rock a party like their lives depend on it.The Surecut Kids perform on four turntables and an MPC. Taking turns between mixing, scratching, drumming on the MPC and hyping the crowd on the mic, jumping around like crazy, sweating all over the equipment, and generally having the time of their lives. The guys hold the belief that if they aren’t going crazy, then the audience can’t be expectedto.Never wanting to be pigeonholed as a particular genre, the Surecut Kids have focused on being musically diverse. Styles switch through Club, Dubstep, Indie, Baltimore, Baile, Hip Hop, Booty, Funk and a whole heap more. All mixed in a way that even the shortest of attention spans could appreciate.Their on-stage antics have seen them travel to Kuala Lumpur, Papua New Guinea, Bali, Singapore, as well as Nationwide throughout Australia – including frequent return requests from Family in Brisbane, Neverland in the Gold Coast, Purple Sneakers Sydney & Melbourne’s hottest new joint - Pretty Please. No strangers to festivals, having performed at The Big Day Out, Good Vibrations, Parklife, Summafieldayze, Future Music Festival, BBQ Breaks, The Pro Show, Round & Round, ‘That’ Festival, and Chalkfest. They have shared the bill (and the rider) with many of their favourite artists including Diplo, A-Trak, Dj Craze, Z-Trip, Salt N Pepa, Busta Rhymes, Major Lazer, Naughty By Nature, Gossip, Dizzee Rascall, MIA, XXXChange, 2Many Djs, Fake Blood, Pase Rock, Justice, Ugly Duckling, Lyrics Born, Dj Yoda, Russell from The Bloc Party, Chemical Brothers, Busy P, Vanilla Ice and too many others to list here.The pair also run a blog www.surecutkids.com which they use to release their bootlegs, re-edits and ever popular mixtapes and to keep fans up to date on their forthcoming shows.This year has started with a bang for the guys. Being signed to Kid Kenobi's label 'Klub Kids' for the release of their debut single and EP. Performing to a packed Boiler Room at the Big Day Out for the second consecutive year. Their KillaQueenz remix getting A rotation on FBI Radio in Sydney and Radio Metro on the Gold Coast. Taking bookings all over Australia, their mixtape receiving national airplay on Triple J’s ‘Mix-Up’ programme… Its been a whirlwind already and with a bunch of remixes, collabs, and an EP on the way, the future is looking very ‘yes please’ for Surecut Kids.
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