Ivan Gough is an Australian house music producer and DJ. His first release, a remix of Pendulums "I Need You" became an instant club anthem, being played by the likes of Paul Oakenfold and Pete Tong in the United Kingdom. He released various tracks throughout the late 1990s and was an influential producer in the Melbourne underground scene working with "Zero Tolerance" recordings running their CBD studio. In 2004, he and fellow Melbourne DJ Grant Smillie began the production outfit TV Rock and toured with the Future Music Festival in 2010. Gough left TV Rock early in 2013 to pursue solo projects.
|Also known as:||The Traveller, Van Gough|
|Born:||May 19, 1969|
|Genres:||House, progressive house|
|Occupation(s):||Producer, songwriter, DJ|
|Labels:||Axtone Records, Neon Records|
|Associated acts:||Cleva Cleva, Dark Alley, Deep Funk Project, Digital Mind Control, Future Renegades, L'Triс, MI$FIT$, The Free Radicals, Traveller & Quest, TV Rock|
About Ivan Gough
Multi-platinum house music DJ and producer who composed one half of the ARIA award winning duo TV Rock. In 2013, he embarked upon a solo career and has collaborated with a number of well known artists including NERVO.
One of his first club hits was a remix of the Pendulum track "I Need You."
His music has been played on Pete Tong's influential Radio 1 program in the UK.
He is from Australia.
He and Beverley Knight collaborated with NERVO on the song "Not Taking This No More" in 2013.
Information related to Ivan Gough
- Australian house musicians
- Australian DJs
- Australian electronic musicians
- ARIA Award winners
- Club DJs