Over the course of the last 12 months, these two futuristic bass house masterminds have been putting out some killer tunes and are absolutely nailing it. Daniel Farley (Sydney) and Tom Corin (Auckland) don’t like broadcasting their faces across the Internet; they’d rather just let their music do the talking. Riding the forefront of the Australian house music scene among other fellow Sweat It Out fellas such as Rüfüs, What So Not, Danny T, Parachute Youth, Motez and many more legends.

“We made ‘Running’ with our friends Jupiter Project last year and I played it to Ajax shortly before he passed away. Ajax was always great with advice on music and a big influence on myself; he loved it and told us to pursue that sound and create a new alias out of it. That is how Terace was born and we were lucky enough to be signed to Sweat It Out by him from the first single onwards,” Pharley told Alessandro Dallarmi from FBI Radio earlier this year.

The Peking Duk EP ‘High’ including a remix the boys did for them was the longest running Club Chart number one of 2014, with a record breaking seven weeks in the top spot. Also after placing their own touch on a heap of big tunes from artists such as Rüfüs, Lorde, Peking Duk, Generik, Uberjak’d, Motez, the Terace boys have also graced our ears with an original EP ‘Halfway’, released through Club Sweat.

Pharley has also recently teamed up with Melbourne’s own Mike Metro & Benson to bring us Medium Rare Recordings, a label for house, techno and everything in between, already stirring the pot with a number of releases out in the last month.

Catch them doing their thing when they’re down for their exclusive Melbourne show, High Rise at Blue Diamond on October 17. The best venue, with the best view, and some of the best tunes coming out of Australia at the moment, what more could you possibly want? Sit amongst the skyline of Melbourne. 15th Floor. 123 Queen St.