Gus has been active as a musician, producer and Dj for most of his life. Originally from Melbourne Australia, his initial forays into the heady world of music were in the emergent punk/ new wave scene of the late 70's/ early 80's where he played in The Ears, Beargarden and briefly in The Models. In the mid 80's he became much more involved in studio work and was part of Michael Hutchence's alternate band 'Max Q'. Around this time he succumbed to the siren-call of the nascent electronic dance movement and by the end of the eighties/ early 90's was one half of 'Third Eye' before finally departing Australia for the Northern Hemisphere.
Gus moved between Paris New York and London where he finally settled down and became part of the burgeoning Trance scene, working for all the labels involved at the time. He joined pioneers 'Slinky Wizard' and became an in-house engineer/ producer for Flying Rhino, also releasing under his own name and as Bus and Stoop & Fidget with DJ James Monro. Around this time Gus' DJ career kicked in which saw the next several years constantly traveling to exotic locations playing festivals. During this time Gus also kept busy with regular studio work with Jamiroquai, Manu Dibango, Todd Terry, System 7, Adam Freeland, Bim Sherman (and many more).
At the turn of the Millennium Gus returned briefly to Australia to perform at the 'Earthcore' party and at this time met his wife-to-be Cozi (AKA DJ Supercozi). She moved to London with him where they started 'Zen Lemonade', performed all around the globe and then in 2002 settled in Bali and began the serious business of having a family.
Gus has remained busy in the studio writing and releasing his own material as well as composing music for film and TV. Recent collaborations include work with Cozi on Zen Lemonade and with Chika Asamoto on the Catalpa project. Gus has also been racking up the air-miles playing select gigs in Europe, Australia, Japan and Mexico.
Writing from Bali, Gus makes full use of his freedom to go where the music takes him and is not bound to a specific geographic sound or genre.