The Presets are Julian Hamilton (keyboard and vocals) and Kim Moyes (drums and keyboard). They are an electronic two piece from Sydney, Australia who met when they were both members of Prop. Hamilton and Moyes broke off from Prop in 2003, when they remixed a track, "Magnetic Highway", with "harder electronic edges" under the name The Presets. The Presets have been one of the biggest indie bands for the past few years in Australia, touring with and supporting many well known bands such as Daft Punk, 2 Many DJ's and Ladytron.
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The Presets are an Australian electronic music duo formed in 2003, consisting of Julian Hamilton on vocals and keyboards, and Kim Moyes on drums and keyboards. The band released their debut album, Beams, in 2005 and received a positive critical response. The 2008 release, Apocalypso, debuted at number one on the ARIA Albums Chart. At the ARIA Music Awards of 2008, the pair won "Best Dance Release" and "Best Group", and became the first electronic act to win "Album of the Year". In 2009, The Presets' Hamilton and Moyes won an APRA Award for "Songwriters of the Year" and an ARIA Award for "Best Dance Release" for "Talk Like That". Aside from the Presets' performance work, the duo have remixed tracks for The Dissociatives, Lenny Kravitz, Silverchair, Sarah Blasko and Kings of Leon.