Dar’s introduction to music came via grunge and classic rock back in the nineties in his youth, he was inspired by bands like The Cure, Jane’s Addiction, INXS, The Stone Temple Pilots and a myriad of other such groups who all worked around melancholy melodies. The productions created by those bands resonated deeply. By the late nineties he’d become immersed in the club scene in his native Sydney and his love for house music swiftly, he subsequently launched his own parties, establishing Cult as a formidable force in the Sydney clubbing landscape.
By 2009 under his alias ‘Brohn’ he’d become resident at the infamous Agwa boat parties, as well as landing a residency with Circoloco Australia. Travelling the world helped install a broader perspective within Brohn’s output and he began to produce, as well as refining his skills as a DJ. The unsettling sound he purveyed helped to attract a strong following of fans both on the dance floor and behind the scenes within the industry, playing alongside Luciano, Jamie Jones, Sven Vath, Carl Cox, Guy Gerber, The Martinez Brothers and Dixon to name a few.