Posted by Kristian Hatton
22. Sep, 2012
|September 28, 2012|
Spring is in the air, so get a spring in your step at one of Melbourne’s favourite new underground party series, Epic Concoction. Epic features many of Australia’s up-and-coming glitch, techno, dub, prog, hip-hop and electro producers playing to people who are right on the pulse of where it’s going with music, in 2012 and beyond.
The line-up is Barry Koota, Whitebear, One Tasty Morsel, Interpulse, Angus Green, Wyldcard & Gunk, Stinkwood, and Storm King.
Mad scientist Aday will once again be experimenting with deviant and distorted interactive visuals, and Jasper Killick will be intoxicating the atmosphere with mesmerizing artwork and decor. Entry is $10 before 12, $15 after.
WHEN: Friday, 28 September, 10pm-Late
WHERE: My Aeon, 791 Sydney Rd, Brunswick
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