On February 9, 2019 in the 5,000 strong Sydney Rave History Facebook group Brett O'Meara, best known in the 90's for his Prodigy parties posted a simple question
WHERE IS DJ CRISIS?
IF YOU KNOW, PLEASE POST IN HERE.
Crisis had a very unique style which I would put down to his choice of records and his rare talent of playing on 3 decks. It was rare to be able to identify his tracks and that helped make his sets great. His sets were mostly on the harder side and always got the crowd hyped to the max! He was prolific in both his career and recorded many Mix tapes and CDs.
Vision Four 5 were one of the forerunners of the 90s electronic movement, combining both music, lyrics and undeniably amazingly interactive graphics using the Amiga 'Mandala' system which provided real-time triggers for sounds and visuals during their energetic live performances. The interactive component of their live performances set them apart from all other Australian bands of the time.
Noel Burgess, currently one of the Australian dance music industry's most respected members was the man behind the music and Tim Gruchy designed and conceptualized the interactive components and videos. Their live performance had them standing on stage, waving arms in the air in front of large screens, not just for that 'put your hands up in the air' rave momentum, but also to use their bodies as controllers for triggering the sound and visuals via digital interactive computer systems & video cameras converted into real-time computer graphics which triggered midi sounds and visual trigger points adding extra layers to the live performance.