Swami Adima is one of the busiest, most popular and well loved DJs in the South West for good reason,he moved down South in the late ’90s and became resident DJ at the legendary Coconut Club in Dunsborough. A few years later he borrowed the name of this legendary South West night club to co create with Sunset Event's James Legge the highly reputed and loved dance stage at “Southbound Festival”; a 20,000 strong musical celebration happening every January in Bussleton.
Swami not only plays to massive crowds there each year but also helps book a bevy of incredible Western Australian DJs.
This classic character has an astounding musical collection with a catalogue that showcases the best of every genre imaginable. He is renowned not only for his amicable personality and reliability but his impeccable talent for choosing the right track for the right moment. From superb chilled selections to old school funk and reggae everyone will enjoy, to classic numbers that get audiences dancing riotously, DJ Swami Adima will get the party started and keep it going!
Swami and his mobile DJ van "Mo" a 1976 Ford Transit Van (which was the start of the Coconut Club stage) with a pop top and a classic all over mural by his talented artistic brother "Chubby Button" is infamous down south for holding some legendary Castle Rock beach parties over the last 10 years.
He also has established Fur Real recording Studio, deep in the bushland of Yallingup in 2006 and has been working on his own original music collaboration "Aquaman's Lab" creating "organic electro funk" with many of his talented musical friends, with 60 artists combined playing on these 2 studio albums, "Aquaman's Lab" 2005 (self titled) and "The One" Aquaman's Lab 2013.
He has produced a WAMI (West Aus Music Industry) Song of the Year in the blues & roots category in 2011 working with the local blues legend Matty Cal with the smooth and soulful track "Overdrive".