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Sun 8 Dec 2013, 8:00pm

Where: Boney, 68 Lt. Collins St, Melbourne CBD, Victoria

Restrictions: 18+

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  • General Admission: $32.00
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Listed by: empersand

UK producer Kelpe embarks on his first Australian tour this December. Playing shows at Boney in Melbourne, Slanted and Enchanted in Perth and the Subsonic Music Festival in NSW, Kelpe will be touring on the heels of his highly lauded record Fourth: The Golden Eagle and its accompanying remix album.

"In this glorious age of EDM and countless 90s R&B re-works, it's refreshing to find a producer who can delight with just noise, and what beautiful noise it is." – The 405

Having parted ways with DC Recordings, Kelpe – real name Kel McKeown – has gone on to form his own label in DRUT Recordings. On Fourth: The Golden Eagle, Kelpe makes extensive use of analogue synths to marry fragments of hip hop, jazz and house into a deeply textured mix that’s as eclectic as it is warm.

"Though underrated within this experimental hip hop beat-maker narrative, Kelpe remains one of its finest" – FACT Mag

Of the album, Kelpe says, “On the whole, I was trying to make the warmest and most analogue sounding thing I've done, and I think it came out best on 'Answered'. The rest of the LP, in a way, is an extended build up to that favourite track on the record, which in itself was an opportunity to take leave of everything preceding it and go off on an epic trip."