Brogan first learnt how to DJ to pay his way through university, playing at the local student bar every weekend. He then went on to play at some of Dunedin’s most popular clubs, opening for acts, including international recording artist, Savage
whilst also becoming the Super Rugby ‘Highlanders’ Zoo DJ, playing at games with over 35,000 in attendance. Although Brogan had been writing music for many years previous, he only started releasing his own music in 2016, thus creating the alias Glencoe
Two of Glencoe’s singles, Brother
(ft. Lani Alo) & Sugar
(ft. Finlay Tate) have gone on to gain commercial play listing on mainstream radio and support from NZ on Air. On the back of the success of those two singles, Glencoe has now signed exclusively with NZ based, international publisher, Songbroker and has just started working with Australia’s leading artist development company, The A&R Department.
Brogan is currently working on a self-titled 'Glencoe' EP, due late 2018, with his next single set for release in early April.
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