Posted by Kristian Hatton
25. Jun, 2012
|June 30, 2012|
Hosted by Culture Jam, rockadelic and bass-heavy electronic quartet Monster Zoku Onsomb come to inject the Revolt Artspace with mayhem. This is for long-anticipated party, Unusual Suspects, a vintage gangster-themed party (compete with card tables, please dress appropriately). Monster Zoku Onsomb comprise of Miss P.Leisure, Senor Tasty Taste, Sharkie Bubba and Kiki ILL (who also produces as Nam Shub of Enki, recently releasing an EP titled ¥€$).
Ususual Suspects also hosts a very strong line-up of other EDM performers in this event, which will run all day and into the evening. Other noteworthy acts include Spoonbill, Staunch, Sun-Monx, Hugo + Treats, as well as the many talented and local DJs Melbourne has to offer. Get ya gangsta swerve on and go hit that floor, tickets will be snapped up!
WHEN: Saturday 30 June, 2:30pm-1am
WHERE: Revolt Artspace, 12 Elizabeth Street, Kensington
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