Posted by Kristian Hatton
11. Nov, 2012
|November 16, 2012|
Three stages, six internationals (including Prefuse 73), one night at Brown Alley. Electric Owl brings it, nice style.
Baths, Synkro, Prefuse 73, Ryan Davis, Potable and Bodycode are your internationals for this night. Prefuse 73 have helped pioneer intelligent hip-hop and new beats for years now, and are my tip for act of the night. I also highly recommend Synkro for their new wave of future garage.
Expect a night of awesome deep techno and thinking person’s beats. This will be supported by our wicked locals: Child, Darius Bassiray, Muska, Matt Radovich, Altruism, Bryce Lawrence, Louis Mccoy, Max Vegas, Audixx, Remedy, Kristian Michael, uKhan.
Melbourne Music Week is just sheer bringing it all round, wow.
WHEN: Friday, 16 November, 11pm-late
WHERE: Brown Alley, 585 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
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