Posted by Kristian Hatton
11. Nov, 2012
|November 17, 2012|
Heavy Innit work with the Red Bull Music Academy to bring you On The Floor, another add-on to Where?House.
Heavy Innit are one of Melbourne’s oldest bass music crews, and have been bringing the freshest dubstep and contemporary UK bass sounds to town for years on end.
They’re working with Red Bull Music Academy, who are less about a horrible soft drink that jangs you out, and more about tutoring new heads, collecting older ones, swapping secrets, lecturing on sounds, and generally bringing those tunes solidly into the right here and now.
Watch Optimus Gryme, Afficks & A13 tear Where?House a new ass for free this Saturday, and don’t be scared, those low sub-bass frequencies will help engineer you a stronger cyborg heart for love in these confusing days and times.
This one is free, for all you who want to check the Where?House deal out, but don’t have the dosh. Sounds like a decent price, yeah?
WHEN: Saturday, 17 November, 3pm-late
WHERE: The Argus Building – Cnr Elizabeth & Latrobe Streets, Melbourne
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