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DJ Miss Tokio @ OPM at Marquee Sydney


On Thursday 24th of January, our very own DJ Miss Tokio will be at the Marquee event OPM. Up and ready for DJing most of the night and also interviewing, DJ Miss Tokio will be slamming the tracks in the Main Room.

 Here are the event details


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Marquee- The Star Sydney Harbourside.
ENTRY via Pirrama Road, Prymont

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Guest lists: kitty@urbanagent.com.au
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Australian Long Weekend! Oz Fest 2013


The long weekend is coming up this Friday 25th til Monday 28th of January, and what better way to celebrate then party with your mates! The celebration has a tone of Aussie food, drinks, fashion and entertainment, below is a list of things including in the event. Check out the official event site here, and let them know you are attending on their Facebook page.

Oz Fest 2013 are hosting a 4 day festival across four of our iconic harbour-side venues on King Street Wharf, Cargo Bar & Lounge, Bungalow 8 & TheLoft! With over 50 different DJs and live acts, plus activities, games and more, ‘Oz Fest’ will be a celebration of Australian icons with all the jam-packed excitement and entertainment of a festival. Whether you’re a family, party-goer, local, tourist, muso or foodie, there is something to suit everyone with a huge offering of food, drinks, activities and entertainment!

Nookie Fashion Show

Mini Beer Festival
Budgy Smuggler Pool Party Minx (She Can DJ Tour)
Beach Volleyball Cocktail Flair Competition
Thong Tossing Dunking Machine
Sosueme DJ Party Market Stalls
Carnival Games Eating Competitions
Strummer, Alley Oop & Mark Jarvin Hipster Party
Acoustic Sessions Aussie High Tea
Cocktail Stalls Wine Tastings
Record Sale Plater fun house, balloons & more!

Australian-Born DJ Rachel flagged as ‘One To Watch’ by Pulse Radio

DJ Rachel Lyn


DJ Rachel  is an Australian-Born, London-based DJ regular on London’s Hoxton FM. Originally from the Southern Highlands NSW, Rachel moved to Sydney then Italy before settling in London to attend Point Blank Music College. She’s racked up various career options as a model, magazine stylist and fitness instructor before focusing on Techno. Her style of sound settles as deep, dark and sensual.

“I don’t really have any rules,” says Rachel about her Thursday afternoon radio show, called ‘You Call It Deep’. “It’s broadcasted live on the decks and I like to keep it about the music. Everything is about the music.”

Rachel describes her sound as “all types of house-techno”, but she admits that she’s still finding her musical identity. “I don’t just want to be a ‘play everything’ DJ, I want to start developing a niche. I’m happy with my sound right now; it’s deep techno, punchy bass – you can’t not dance to it!”
Things have been moving very fast for Rachel; she has been touring Europe – supporting, amongst others, Blond:ish at i.Boat. “They’re amazing DJs and producers. I played a crazy techno set afterwards. That was the first time for me that people were screaming during the set and having such a good time.”
Now, Rachel’s focus is touring. She’s embarking on a whistle-stop Australian tour in January, playing alongside Björn Wilke at the Spice Cellar on January 12.
“Right now, I’m preparing tracks and it’s important to me that the tracks I choose represent me. It’s dark, deep techno. It’s a sexy sound.”
“I try to come back [to Sydney] every year to see my family, but this year it was important to come back for the tour. I wasn’t expecting to have so many gigs; I’m just happy to be working here, it’s exciting.”
When Rachel returns to London, she has plans to start laying down some tracks of her own: “I know exactly what sound I want to make, and I have been writing lyrics so I just need to produce it. I don’t know when but I’m planning for later in 2013.” 
You can find DJ Rachel on Twitter and listen to her music on SoundCloud here.

Sydney Festival 2013


The Sydney Festival is coming up in the new year of 2013. Starting in January 5th and finishing on the 27th, this event will be located in the heart of the Sydney City – Sydney Town Hall. With many artists signed up to star for the event; Rokia Traore, Kashmere Stage Band, Picnic: Darshan Jesrani & Danniel Wang, Melanie Pain and Nadeah, Dappled Cities, Nicolas Jaar, Osaka Monaurail, Antipodea Interpolations, Future Classic: Lindstrom, Richard hawley and much more! Check the official website for much more!

Tickets are already on sale now at SydneyFestival.org.au or you can call 1300 668 812.

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