Posted by Kristian Hatton
17. Jul, 2012
|July 19, 2012|
This is a special events tip for underground hip-hop and electronic music lovers getting their shake on this Thursday night down Brunswick Street!
Fresh off the back of his successful debut at Permanent Press, Northern NSW glitch-hop artist Shifteq presents a downtempo/experimental set with Uncomfortable Beats, who have established a strong name for their free monthly showcases of quality live music and DJs. Also making waves for this event is the new local hip-hop supergroup, PanOptics, consisting of Julez, Manix, and DJ Sizzle.
On the sides, the hits keep coming with Ghostsoul live (also fresh from Permanent Press), and DJs SK and Kayhat. How much for all this? Priceless, as always. If you don’t know, now you know.
WHEN: Thursday, 19 July, 8pm-12:30am
WHERE: Bar Open, 317 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy
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