MTC 15th Birthday Resident Feature: Matt Radovich

Written by  //  November 10, 2017  //  Artist Feature, Local News, MTC News  //  Comments Off


So we have just one more sleep to go before we get to celebrate 15 years of TECHNO in Melbourne with you all! So to fire up you up just one last time, we shall feature the last of our residents, our TECHNO terrorist, Matt Radovich.

We have asked each of our residents some questions about their time with MTC. Here are Peter’s answers.

15 years of TECHNO is a long time. For the people that havent been with you for the whole 15 years, what are some memorable moments that you fondly remember from your experience at MTC.

Well the first party at the Grand in Richmond, I will never forget that day/night, it was where it all began, it was a pretty special night for me. Also walking down those stairs at Deep 11 (The Mercat), from the street, then you enter that smoke filled room, with TECHNO blaring! Thinking about our parties at Deep 11 still gives me goosebumps! They really were the best of times. Also our parties we had downstairs at the Espy, they were pretty fun parties, the security might not have liked us, but we had some good fun in there. Also some of the joint parties we were lucky enough to do some awesome crews in Melbourne. The Christmas parties we did with Stable Music when we took over the whole Mercat, upstairs and downstairs, they were pretty fucking crazy parties! Hosting acts like Deetron and Technasia with the gang at Hardware, they were some fucking mental parties too.

Name some stand TECHNO tracks that remind you of MTC.

DJ Rush – Freaks On Hubbard ( DJ Shufflemaster Mix ) –

Surgeon – Magneze –

Jeff Mills – Step to enchantment –

Regis – Guiltless –

Planetary Assault Systems – The Drone Sector –

What’s that one MTC party you will never forget and why?

This is a hard question to answer cos we have had some pretty fucking great times over the 15 years, some of the early parties at the Portland Hotel were fucking special. And some of Parties we had at Deep 11 were unforgettable, but there are two definite standouts for me, our 10th Birthday with Steve Rachmad and our 14th Birthday with the Detroit TECHNO Militia! They were definitely two of the best parties MTC has ever done, in my opinion.

Over the years MTC has had a few international and local guests. Which local and international DJ and local live act really stood out to you?

This is kind of a cop out of an answer, but I’ve really liked everyone we have put one, I don’t think we’ve ever booked anyone I didn’t enjoy, International or Local. But If I have to pick a couple, I would have to say, Steve Rachmad, The Detroit TECHNO Militia (Bill and Tom), Mike Humphries, Deetron, Sigha and Shifted, Kazu Kimura, Steve Law, Voiteck, ACM, Haul Music Live, Viridian, Linas, Jani Ho, Simon Slieker, Sam, Craig, Jay and Peter and I really can go on, but I’m not gonna sit here and type down everyones name, I would if I could, but I’m not.

MTC has been held in quite a few of Melbourne’s excellent venues around Melbourne. Which venue was your favourite?

Number 1, Deep 11 (The Mercat Downstairs). Number 2, The Railway Hotel. Number 3, The Portland Hotel

Finally, what are you most looking forward to at the 15th birthday shindig?

I just can’t wait to play some Fucking TECHNO with my MTC family and catching up with a lot of old friends and making some new ones too. And I’m really looking forward to having a few Melbourne Bitters with everyone too.


Matt Radovich aka Mike Hunt has been a main player in Melbournes dj circuit for years.

With over 25 years experience spinning all over Victoria and featuring at all major parties and clubs throughout Melbourne with is roster full with weekly, fortnightly and monthly residences at The Workshop, Captain Melville (formerly Miss Libertine), Joey Smalls, Glamorama, Revolver Upstairs, Lucky Coq, Big Mouth and The Penny Black….

Matty Radovich is one of the founding members of the Infamous MTC Crew (Melbourne techno collective). MTC have been a corner stone in the Melbourne techno scene and have been running for over 13 years now. Due to the success that MTC has had. Matty has then gone onto support the likes of Aphex Twin, Laurent Garnier, Juan Atkins, Orbital live, Galaxy 2 Galaxy and Timeline (Underground Resistance), Marco Carola, Surgeon, Planetary Assault System Live, Miss Kittin, Stacey Pullen, Mike Humphries, Sandwell District (Regis & Function), Oscar Mulero, Ricardo Villalobos, Kevin Saunderson, Redshape, Technasia, Cave, Adam Beyer, Justin Berkovi, Derrick May, Kazu Kimira, Richie Hawtin, Jeff Mills, Green Velvet, Carl Cox, Collabs (Speedy J & Chris Liebing), Steve Rachmad, Vitalic, Detroit Techno Militia, Space Djz, Ben Sims and many more at large techno events around Melbourne. MTC parties are based on fun and good music and if you have never been to one, you should get yourself there to see what the fuss is all about.

Matt is also a member of the Stable Music crew. Stable Music is one of the leaders in Melbourne, bringing forward thinking events and electronic music to Melbourne. Stable Music is responsible for bringing Piknic Electronic to Melbourne. They also bring the worlds best TECHNO acts to Melbourne at their Capacity parties. Stable Music has also brought Kubik to Melbourne. They have also worked closely with the Melbourne City council and helping them bring quality events to Melbourne Music Week every year and Matt has been there every step of the way, since Stable Music inception.

Not just restricted to Melb Matty has played all around Australia including Adelaide, Sydney, Gold Coast, Hobart and even Sri Lanka, strange but true! For the last 5 years, Matt was lucky enough to live out one of his life long dreams. He got to play his beloved TECHNO at the home of TECHNO, Detroit USA. Matt was asked by the Detroit TECHNO Militia to play at the Bang Tech 12 Anniversary party. This party is the warm up party to the Movement Electronic Music Festival in Detroit (DEMF – Movement) and Matt got to share the decks with some of the cities and the worlds finest every year.

Matty Radovich has cemented his name in the Melbourne scene with guest spots at the largest festivals in Australia for example festivals including Creamfields, V Festival (Gold Coast, Sydney and Melbourne), Two Tribes, Good Vibrations, Listen Out, Solar, Stereosonic, Kiss my grass, Sunshine people, Hardware, Future Music Festival, We Love Sounds, Enchanted Forest and more.

Matty Radovich was fortunate enough to be handpicked to be the support dj for Dj Shadow’s Outsider show in Melbourne featuring the Gift of Gab at the Forum. But it doesn’t stop there, Matt was also asked to support the one and only Grandmaster Flash, under his alias Mike Hunt. Matt has also been asked to support Common at a Red bull Racing Gala party. Obviously Dj Shadow liked Matty, because Matt was also asked to support Dj Shadow and Cut Chemists together on the Hard Sell tour at their Melbourne leg of their tour of Australia. Matt was also asked to join Dj Shadow and Cut Chemist again at their Melbourne Show of the Renegades of Rhythm tour. Matt was asked to open the show for the infamous Wu Tang Clan. Matt has also supported the likes of many great funk, hip hop, electronic and dance acts like Flying Lotus, Gilles Peterson, Dj Krush, Gaslamp Killer, Clark, Dam Funk, Scuba, Ras G, Africa HiTech, Claude Von Stroke, Hudson Mohawke, Harmonic 313, The Platinum Pied Pipers, 2manydjs, Cassius, just to name a few.

On the other side of the decks Matty has recently started working on live shows with master producer Viridian under his Alias Mike Hunt there redboxx collaboration is a mix of ghetto techno, booty beats, hip hop, techno, electro and everything in between. Check out Matt when hes behind the decks you wont believe your ears, but one thing is for sure, he’ll keep you dancing all night long all night!




Make sure you don’t miss out on catching Matt play, anything can and probably will happen. All we can guarantee is, you have a good dance.

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