Posted by Eva Howell
12. Nov, 2012
|November 23, 2012|
Melbourne’s Tekno Mulisha and Destroy Ordinary join forces to bring two internationals for a night of electronic kaos.
Guy “Geezer” McAffer is no stranger to Melbourne and plays a relentless live techno set. He is an acid tekno fiend and forms part of the legendary Stay Up Forever collective (which includes Chris Liberator, DDR, Ant and D.A.V.E. The Drummer). He has produced a vast range of music in 20 years over several genres, and has released over 500 records, which aided the birth and development of the underground techno scene.
The Teknoist is another UK giant here. Over the past decade, Mike Teknoist has brought some of the biggest techno and drum & bass smashers with a contemporary twist, and packs out clubs throughout the UK and Europe.
Don’t miss this, tickets on the door for $20. Bargain.
WHEN: Friday, 23 November, Doors Open 10pm
WHERE: Roxanne Parlour, 2 Coverlid Place, Melbourne
WEB: Facebook Event Page
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