Posted by Kristian Hatton
16. May, 2012
|May 25, 2012|
The Operatives bring you the latest installment of Espionage, which has a name for itself in bringing the best alternative electronic music nights to Melbourne.
This one brings over Lapalux from Brainfeeder Records (which also boasts stars Daedalus and The Gaslamp Killer) and the United Kingdom, as well as American producer oOoOO, HiatusKaiyote, JPS,Nam, Fugitive, and Lady Banton .
If this wasn’t enough, local underground champions, Uncomfortable Beats, meld with The Operatives to bring another room full of the best beats imaginable, in celebration of their third compilation launch.
Uncomfortable Beats will bring Run For Your Life, Soup, Johnny HoovesAble8, Master Of Ribongia (Syd), Ghostsoul, and DJ ShiKung, with that special uncomfortable blend of eclectic urban finesse and IDM aesthetics.
Tickets Available at moshtix.com.au/event.aspx?id=56452
WHEN: Friday 25 May, 6:00pm-1:00am
WHERE: Revolt Melbourne Artspace, 12 Elizabeth Street, Kensington
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