Meet our Arcadia Ones To Watch: Teeth Can
Taking opening honours for the Saturday night party with Alison Wonderland and Carmada.
Recently we announced the three winners for our Arcadia Ones To Watch competition, each taking an opening night for when the Arcadia spider makes its Australian debut appearance over the weekend of November 25-27. In the lead-up to the event we'll be highlighting each artist, and after meeting BONEFLIP and CALIBR, time to meet the winner of Saturday night's opening set - Teeth Can. We're also lucky to premiere a brand new tune from him - check it out below.
For more information on and tickets to events surrounding Arcadia Australia (including free community events in the week leading up to November 25-27), head to the Arcadia Australia WEBSITE.
INTRODUCING: TEETH CAN
Tell about about yourself?
My name's Keith Tan and I’ve been mixing for just over five years and producing for about three.
What kinda tunes we talkin’?
I focus mainly on future-bass/beats but spin and make trap, chill, tropical and more. Taking influences from GANZ, Wave Racer, Sable and more, I’m trying to bring my own style into the bass music scene.
My writing process doesn’t have a standard starting point, but normally depends on sparks of inspiration or creativity. I do a lot of experimenting with creating my own patches (sounds) and try to incorporate them with unique and complex drums. I enjoy producing with others – i.e. CIRE – as I find it helps with creative blocks and sometimes two peoples flow can complement each other in a great way.
What do you do outside of music?
Most the time I sleep. But other than that I’m normally either studying (just about finished my Sound & Web Comm’s degree :D) or with my missus, mates or family.
Any shows coming up?
What’s the rest of the year have in store?
I’ve got a lot of tunes that are almost ready to be released, just getting them right so it can be at the best standard for your ears! I also have another live project in the works with a couple talented individuals, we’re calling it “Boots Cats”. Aiming to bring the live performance back into the future-bass/beats, dance and trap.
Where can we hear more of your music?