Udachi’s music can be described as one thing, inter-stellar bass travel. His influences lie heavily in the psychedelic and manic aspect of dance music. Udachi’s tunes can swing from heavy bass inferno drops to frenetic percussive tropical rhythms. This came from an obsession in his youth with low-end frequencies, primordial drums, DJ Luna-C and Panacea. Brought up from the pedigree of hyperactive 170+ BPM hardcore music and Jungle, he birthed the bassline classic Jellyroll and a dubstep massive remix of M83’s We Own the Sky. In the game for over a half a decade, 2010 was a big year for Udachi. He pumped out over 12 releases between Party Like Us, Palms Out Sounds and Nightshifters. Cut to the ever-changing present, Udachi’s recent activity includes two charting releases on Party Like Us Records, which includes the support of artists and taste-maker DJs like Skream, Drop the Lime, Aquasky, Flinch, Zombies for Money, Le Castle Vania, Annie Nightingale of BBC Radio 1, Deacon Rose of Triple J Australia, Deathface, ASBO Disco Radio, RinseFM, & Roska.