Downtempo electronic Australian DJ and producer Ok Sure has been turning heads recently for her otherworldly style. Her first experience with electronic music came at the age of 13 and that segued into a career as Kaysh, which won her the Pioneer Pro DJ search in 2006. Her prowess continued to evolve until she became Ok Sure – a kinetic combination of dark, moody and melodic music designed for dance floors like Rainbow Serpent festival, Rose Quartz, Let Them Eat Cake and Revolver. These soundscapes were well received from the vibrant and versatile music cultures in Japan, Thailand and Cambodia, building her profile immensely within the booming and boundless underground music communities of Australasia. Never abandoning her roots, her trajectory took her back to DJ competitions in 2015 where she placed as finalist in the Your Paradise DJ competition and later catapulted her career for her remix of Ukiyo by Hermitude that won her the Triple J remix competition out of 700 entries.
The rising star is busier than ever these days with her work ethic concentrated on the studio. Ok Sure is on regular rotation on Australian radio stations like Triple J, Triple J Unearthed, Triple R, PBS, Kiss FM, Switch FM as well as having a monthly show on TRNSMT and UK radio station Reform Radio, and has garnered support from artists like Yolanda Be Cool, The Aston Shuffle, Eric Volta and Hermitude. She’s remixed artists such as Sophie Lowe, Evangeline, Porsches, Habits, Lupa J, King IV and Passerine with many more remixes, collaborations and plenty of originals in the works, but in fact it’s her magnetic performances that she is most often booked for. Ok Sure delivers live performances consisting of downtempo, industrial, dark melodic electronica and DJ sets pulsing with techno, deep house, electronica and…whatever