- 23.08 Perth, Geisha Bar
- 24.08 Adelaide, Sugar
- 30.08 Sydney, Tatler
- 31.08 Melbourne, New Guernica
Growing up on the streets of Chicago’s south side, Tyree Cooper discovered his love for the soul music of the 60ies and is now regarded as one of the most influential artists in the international house scene. Already looking back to a respectable discography (D.J. International – in 1986. The first 12″ – “I Fear The Night” (with female vocalist Chic) – promptly became an underground classic in Chicago. Other hits followed: “Acid Over“ (1987), “Turn Up The Bass” (1988), “Let’s Get Hyped” (feat. Kool Rock Steady, 1989), “Let the Music Take Control” (1989) and “Hardcore Hip House” (1989).
“Turn Up The Bass”, which is surely one of the most important hip house tracks of all times. Other remixing highlights and hits were undoubtedly Fast Eddie “Yo! Yo! Get Funky”, “It’s Alright” from the Pet Shop Boys and the Mixmasters “In the Mix” which was featured in Madonna’s Truth or Dare.
Tyree Cooper founded his own label in 1994: Supa Dupa Records. In 1999 Epic/Sony Music released “Turn Up The Bass” with the original and some new remix versions. True to the scene Tyree lives in Berlin now and spreading his Chicago House Sound throughout the world.