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Disclosure Disclose Headline Shows For Sydney // Melbourne

The deep house dubbed Disclosure duo have announced side shows to their headline spots in Sydney and Melbourne on the Listen Out bill. Disclosure brings a fresh approach to an amalgam of voguish club styles and if you haven’t had a listen, check the vid below because they defiantly pack a punch worth you consideration!

SYDNEY | Tuesday 1st October @ The Hi Fi – All ages show
Tickets from oztix.com.au or thehifi.com.au
MELBOURNE | Wednesday 2nd October @ Prince Bandroom, Prince of Wales
Under 18s | 5:30pm – 8:30pm
Over 18s | 10:00pm – 1:00am
Tickets available through princebandroom.com.au, Prince Public Bar and all Oztixoutlets.

SYDNEY | Saturday 28th September @ Centennial Park, 2pm-10pm
PERTH | Sunday 29th September @ Ozone Reserve, 2pm-10pm
MELBOURNE | Saturday 5th October @ Observatory Precinct, Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne, 2pm-10pm
BRISBANE | Sunday 6th October @ Cultural Forecourt, Southbank, 2pm-10pm

Source: PedestrianTV

DJ Fresh Pulls Out

It seems Future Music goers this year have received more regrettable news…Dj Fresh has official announced that he will no longer appear in the Future Music Festival shows in 2013 due to some circumstances beyond the control of the artist and management.

Never fear though, he is looking into touring Australia again so hopefully we won’t have to cross our fingers for too long! For the latest news on DJ Fresh and any album releases and tracks check out his webpage here

Future Music 2013 has already kicked off in Brisbane and Perth and will be continuing this week in Sydney (9th March), Melbourne (10th march) and Adelaide (11th March).

Check out the Future Music website for all the latest news and set times.

Source: www.ministryofsound.com.au

Avicii cancels Perth and Brisbane Future 2013 Shows

Going directly to the hospital for stomach related issues after landing in Brisbane, Avicii has had to regrettably cancel his headlining shows at both the Brisbane and Perth Future Music 2013  Festivals.

“It is with deep regret that we inform you of the decision to cancel Avicii’s performances at Future Music Festival in Brisbane and Perth,” FMF stated. “Avicii went directly to the hospital upon landing in Brisbane for stomach related issues. He has been hospitalised since then. Over the past couple of days we have been monitoring his condition and we have all been optimistic about him being healthy enough to perform. Unfortunately the doctors are not willing to discharge him at this time which means he will sadly be unable to appear tonight or at tomorrow’s festival.”

Future has advised that the headliner “looks forward to playing the remaining shows next weekend” and will be replaced by Hardwell for the time being, who will play extended sets for the Perth and Brisbane shows.

Future Music will be on this weekend in Sydney, Melbourne and Adelaide with appearances by The ProdigyBoys Noize , Zeds DeadBorgoreKill the NoiseCosmic GateSven VathRichie Hawtin,  MadeonRudimental and so much more.

Source: www.inthemix.com.au

Baauer Australian tour dates



Following the success of the viral videos, Baauer decides to pop down under! Who better to thank then the Aussies of cause? The first video was from a bunch of Queenslanders, so its only right to come down and thank us for creating this viral sensation of a song and crazy dance moves (if you want to call them dance moves! haha). Starting off in Perth in April, then the tour continues through Canberra, Wollongong, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne and finally ending in Sunshine Coast on May 5th.

Archery Club pres. Baauer Australian tour dates

April 24 – Metro City, Perth
April 25 – Clubhouse, Canberra
April 26 – Onfiveone, Wollongong
April 26 – Chinese Laundry, Sydney
May 3 – Oh Hello, Brisbane
May 2 – Rocket Bar, Adelaide
May 4 – Brown Alley, Melbourne
May 5 – Oh’LaLa, Sunshine Coast

Darren Cunningham, aka Actress, is on his way Down Under!


Finding out there are a lot of folks coming down under around March this year. You’ll welcome that UK savant Darren Cunningham, aka Actress, is on his way. The co-founder of Werkdiscs will bring his dark and atmospheric techno and electronica to Melbourne and Sydney at the tail-end of next month. The tour follows the avalanche of positive reviews that greeted Actress’s 2012 album, R.I.P. In January 2013, he also released the raw and rugged three-track Silver Cloud EP on Werkdiscs.

Actress tour dates:

Friday 15 March – Queens Theatre, Adelaide Festival
Saturday 16 March – The Bakery, Perth
Friday 22 March – Espionage at Brown Alley, Melbourne
Saturday 23 March – Hold Tight! at Oxford Art Factory, Sydney



Thomas Von Party returning to Australia!


In March 2013, Thomas Von Party will be bringing the sounds of Turbo Recordings to our clubs. Over two weekends, TVP will tick off five sessions, from a daytime Hyperdance boat party on Sydney Harbour (along with The Finger Prince) to the intimate surrounds of Elsewhere on the Gold Coast. The man will be arriving in Australia “extra loose from all the trance dancing in Goa”. At the tail-end of 2012, TVP name-checked the Cómeme label as his favourite of the year (aside from his home-base, of course), and you can hear their vibe represented in the set posted below.

In 2006, the DJ joined his brother Tiga at the Turbo offices, coming on as head of A&R. His talent for tastemaking has helped bring the likes of Azari & IIIGesaffelsteinPopofBrodinskiSei A and Proxy into the label family, while also cultivating his production career. He also helped guide Twin Turbo, the ‘all-digital, all-banger venture’ from Tiga and co. Turbo had a standout year in 2012, with wide-ranging releases from Zombie NationDuke DumontNautilussLocked GrooveClouds and ZZT, the meeting of minds between Tiga and Zombie Nation. Turbo also released the New Jack Technocompilation midway through the year, confounding anyone who had the imprint still pinned to one sound.

Thomas Von Party tour dates:

March 1 – Get Weird @ Geisha Bar, Perth
March 2 – Hyperdance Boat Party @ Sydney Harbour, Sydney (Daytime show)
March 2 – Survivor @ The Bottom End, Melbourne
March 8 – So Down @ Family Nightclub, Brisbane
March 9 – Elsewhere, Gold Coast