Some say size doesn't matter, but Salvador Darling begs to differ; he’s found his calling in delivering big sounds to big crowds. The bigger, the better. A Melbourne boy born and bred, he’s come a long way since first spinning Sylvester’s Do You Wanna Funk, in a converted toilet block at Superdisco. One thing hasn’t changed though, and that’s his adoration for Disco, House, Tech-House & Techno.
A bold move to try his luck abroad paid off as Salvador Darling cemented his spot in East London's gritty club scene, going on to become a favourite at Sink the Pink, XOYO and Soho House, just to name a few. Upon his recent return to the antipodes he’s taken the reigns at Poof Doof and also played to heaving crowds at Stereosonic, Let Eat Cake and Morning Gloryville.
Salvador Darling has developed quite a unique spectacle for his audiences and believes that if the DJ is the new popstar, then they better start acting like it. He is known for his high energy and driving beats; music that will make you move - remember to expect the unexpected.