Kilter’s infectious and atmospheric sounds have been driving people to the dance floor, but it is his live show that keeps them dancing, and sets the electronic whiz kid apart. With an MPC, synths microKorg and drum pad in tow, his show is a live manifestation that speaks volumes for Kilter as not just a skilled producer, but also as a talented musician. Be it engaging small sweaty clubs or sprawling festival fields, Ned has become a seasoned performer in his short career. His percussion-infused pulse is perfectly mirrored by his kinetic energy and enthusiasm, pushing him to the front of the pack of new artists creating and developing the Australian movement.Constructing rich soundscapes and crafting remixes for Ben Pearce, RÜFÜS, Shapeshifter, Snakadaktal and MØ, Kilter infuses each track with deft precision; be it summer vibes courtesy of bouncing steel drums, nods to his hip-hop influences or pounding militaristic drumbeats. These remixes, and his debut EP Hold Me, have seen Kilter gain traction from the blogosphere and industry, nailing a number 1 spot on Hypemachine, while also securing positions on Spotify’s ‘Spotlight on 2014’, Hillydilly’s ‘Best Remixes of 2013’ and Inthemix’s ‘New Breed of Producers To Watch’ lists. He has also garnered attention from the likes of BBC Radio 1's B. Traits, Toddla T, and EDM stalwarts like M.A.N.D.Y and X-Press 2. 2013 saw Kilter tour Australia alongside Shapeshifter, followed by a 13-date tour in support his debut EP Hold Me, and 2014 is already turning out to be already equally as exciting. Kilter kicked off the new year in his best form, playing Field Day, followed by a tour around the country alongside remix buddies Snakadaktal. Next up he sets out for a tour of sold-out shows supporting Kite String Tangle, playing Red Bull’s No Noise Nightclub for Big Day Out and has a remix of melodic pop wizards London Grammar on the horizon. Either way you look at it this young producer’s name is reverberating across the country for good reasons.