Cary Caves aka Bionic Pulse, born in Brisbane (Qld) on the 22nd January 1991 and is now situated on the lush North Coast of New South Wales. Cary has been producing all kinds of Electronic Dance Music for the past 3 years. Booming PSYTRANCE parties around NNSW/SEQ piloted me in the direction of creating and producing my own psychedelic sound. Soon after djing at my first party under the profile Bionic Pulse i was then introduced to Fruity Loops Studio 8 through a good Dj mate of mine (USB). The Bionic Pulse project then took off, influenced by outdoor dance parties and local/interstate artists & crew from all over Australia. I then began to master the art of writing electronic music. Now producing off Fruity Loops Studio 10 bigger and better tracks are on the way. These days Cary is working hard to bring new & surprising materials to his growing amount of fans. So keep your ears out and stay tuned !! For more info or bookings leave a comment or add us on facebook FOR BOOKINGS: (email@example.com)
“Bionic Pulse aims to bring you the complete psychedelic experience combining morning fresh melodies with big bouncy basslines!”
Now with his debut ep “Spacial Fragments” being released on Fish n Trips Records is OUT NOW & thrilling listeners via Bandcamp after only a few weeks being (released on July 16th 2012)
Also available on Ektoplazm for free download in almost any format (released on August 7th 2012)
Debut EP Biography --
Spacial Fragments contains the first released works of Bionic Pulse (Cary Caves), an Australian producer bursting onto the scene with a fresh take on funky, melodic, and progressive trance. Influenced by the booming psytrance parties of the lush North Coast region of New South Wales, Bionic Pulse has crafted his own special vibe, blending fat beats with quirky grooves and slick melodies to create a potent dance floor elixir that has already won him many gigs across Australia. Mastered by Felix Greenlees AKA Terrafractyl with artwork by Clint Grierson @ Point Zero Productions. Written by Alex [Dj Basilisk].