Ryan Cushen (aka Deltoid Curve) started dabbling in music production and sound design in 1999 when he was given an MS20 and a copy of Propellerheads Rebirth software at the tender age of 9 years old. He gained his initial influences from early electronica, house and trance music artists including Jean Michelle Jarre, Ian Pooley and Akufen.
From there he went on to acquire more knowledge and experience as technological changes made music production more accessible. Which leads us to 2006 when he started learning how to DJ. Years were spent playing small parties to improve his skills where he discovered his love for all things bass music and his collection of music grew exponentially.
While studying a degree in audio engineering he took a job at one of Melbourne's most iconic nightclubs OneSixOne where his obsession with deep house begun. Playing under the name KooshDJ, Ryan made real progress in mastering his craft and cultivating a unique melodic style with great production values. Waiting for the right time to hit the scene...
After a short break Ryan decided that in 2014 he was ready to hit the ground running with a long list of contacts and a brand new studio to forge a style that's versatility brought elements of deep house to the bush doof scene and elements of the bush doof scene in to clubs with a UK garage flavour, combining his love for deep house and bass music.
The huge amount of practise and perseverance have paid off so that Ryan could make waves in the Melbourne club and bush party scene over the past year.
This long awaited debut EP release explores all things future garage and is sure to get your body moving no matter where you are!
Check out the Neptunium Records Soundcloud for more releases and mixtapes...