Growing up in a musical family & learning how to play drums as a teenager, it’s inevitable that music would end up being something that Spenda C excelled at! His early inspirations come from Punk bands such as ‘Social Distortion’ & ‘H2O’.  A prominent artist in Australia’s Bass Music & Trap scene, Spenda C has also collaborated with the likes of: Nemo, Hydraulix, Oski, Zuri Akoko & Surecut Kids.  Drawing on vibes from all styles of music, he’s interests include merging trap, Drum & Bass Jersey & B-More sounds!

Australian DJ & International traveler Nina Las Vegas called him: “One of the hardest working DJs going around” and you know she knows her stuff! 

Spenda C was also on official remix duty for the likes of: Grandtheft (Mad Decent/Sweat It Out), Peking Duk, SAFIA & Paces.  Spenda C’s EP released late 2016: ‘The Plug Project’ took some of the most exciting rap & punk releases from Midas.Gold, Columbus, I AM D and Ivan Ooze.  

Holding down a 10 year residency at infamous Sydney club ‘Chinese Laundry,’ Spenda C knows how to control a sweaty room of bass heads.  No stranger to the festival circuit, Spenda C got the trap arms flying at mega festivals (main stages no less) such as: Sterosonic, Field Day, Future Music, Breakfest, Good Vibrations and heaps more.  Spenda C is also proving his DJ & Producer prowess with fans superstar fans in artists such as: Major Lazer, Diplo, Carnage and Grandtheft all dropping his music on the regular.  Not to mention a main support DJ to Major Lazer Soundsystem, What So Not and Snails he has also supported: Gorillaz, Slumberjack and ShockOne.

With a record breaking 26 stop city Australian tour completed in 2016, Spenda C is gearing up for his next Australian tour and is about to hit your city soon!

How did Spenda C & Cult Shøtta meet?

“Spenda C and I first met online after finding each other’s music on social media. We both had massive love and respect for each other on a musical level, but also on a personal level so we clicked straight away. After a few months, Spenda invited me to perform at one of his shows in Sydney. We instantly become homies after I introduced him to the beautiful world of Fat Lamb (shout out Fat Lamb Ginger Beer), so it was only natural for us to collaborate on a track and Release is the result.”