He soon became a resident DJ playing alongside Groove Armada, Crazy P, Portishead and Faze Action to name a few. After honing his skills at The Globe, Armstrong was soon playing at Sydney’s biggest venues including a rotating residency on The Terrace at Home nightclub.
After a few years on the circuit, Armstrong left for Europe, playing at venues including The Underground and Café Mambo in Ibiza alongside Pete Tong and Bushwacka.
After returning to Sydney, Armstrong started working in the studio and the duo Stereo Thieves was born. Stereo Thieves played live shows at the Days Like This festival alongside Carl Craig, Gilles Peterson, Flying Lotus and Mark Pritchard. The duo also supported Fat Freddy’s Drop at their Sydney show at the iconic Sydney venue the Enmore Theatre.
After taking on a more left field house and melodic techno approach to his style, Armstrong decided a new challenge was in order. He moved to Tokyo where he built a studio and started writing new material. Since arriving in Japan, Armstrong ran a successful monthly night Neutral alongside some of Tokyo’s most talented DJs in Shibuya. Armstrong has also been testing out his new material at venue’s around Tokyo.
Armstrong’s style is made up of infused soundscapes with a heavy leftfield house influence with techno overtones.