Influx Racer — given birth to Tom Purcell — is certainly a manufacturer and DJ from Sydney who crafted effervescent digital monitors influenced by disco and late-aughts French electro. Called after a Nintendo 64 video game, Influx Racer was previously component of a duo, Pablo J & Lobsterettes, which planted the seed for his disco-house flair. His audio, often categorized as “potential” and “neon,” burst with playful energy and lighting, comparable to a Japanese anime soundtrack or something noticed on a dance gaming. His debut one, “Rock and roll U Tonite” b/w “Stoopid,” premiered in summertime 2013, which resulted in a rise in remixes for various other artists. He agreed upon with Australian label Upcoming Classic (Cashmere Kitty, Flume) and released his Display Drive EP in past due 2015, which highlighted guest performances by Lido and Baby.