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drk_rm feat. Ptwiggs, Grasps_, Tzechar and Night Dives

When:

Sat 24 Nov 2018, 11:00pm–5:00am

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

Restrictions: 18+

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  • Cost: $15.00
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Listed by: rueizhentsai

drk_rm

A room as dark as it can go, with volumes as loud as we can push, bathed in textures and rhythms challenging the boundaries of dance music—the abstract, the polyrhythmic, the violent, the emotional, the lurching, the non-linear, the unclassifiable outliers.

Ptwiggs
Grasps_
Tzechar
Night Dives
Gina

Ptwiggs (Eternal) Syd
Ptwiggs is a Sydney based producer exploring emotional states through her erratic club sound and genre melding sets. Working with various recording techniques, Phoebe's music hint influences from post-punk to the ambient and trance spectrum.

Grasps_ (Eternal . Tar)
Grasps_ explores melancholic and broken atmospheres within his work. The music are experimentations drawing between the fringes of hip hop, ambient and club.

Night Dives (Infinite Machine)
Night Dives music explores and interrogates atmospheres within the context of a club. Crafting up contrasts of organic and abrasive sounds expanding between the visceral and the euphoric.

Tzechar (Hush Hush Records)
Tzechar’s SEO-unfriendly christening and low online presence are mere symptoms of the thrall of anonymity within which the Singapore-raised, Melbourne-based duo operate. The producer and vocalist-visualist first made a mark with its scorched earth retooling of K-pop hits, which, over time, came to be its calling card in its larger aim of celebrating Asian pop canons by re-contextualising them in the modern age.

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