Malaysian born Dyan Tai is recognised for his edgy performances that are a yin and yang blend of modern pop music influenced by Asian instrumentation, tradition and fashion.
Armed with his mirror-coated keytar, Dyan has performed to audiences across the country. Currently, Dyan is a resident performer and DJ on Sydney's Oxford St and is involved with various cabaret and queer parties across Sydney.
He continues to raise awareness and visibility of Queer & Trans People of Colour (QTPOC) by producing and curating the highly successful WORSHIP party in Sydney; and spreading messages of equality at underground queer parties in Asia.
After recognising the sheer volume of undiscovered talent in the Sydney gay community, Dyan collaborated with Australia's first and only queer radio station, JOY94.9. To launch, The DTF Club - a fresh, fun and insightful platform for Sydney queer artists to share their work.
As a singer-songwriter, Dyan’s singles have charted on Triple J Unearthed (#4 Pop Chart), been up a for a MusicOZ Award nomination, and have been on high rotation on MTV Australia.
Dyan collaborated with online clothing label, Mr Gugu for his music video, Digital Kiss, which was also selected by Destination NSW as the promo track for their website, Sydney.com.