Friday 22 May – Hi-Tech Shenanigans feat. Loose Connection (UK), EurythmyY (UK), Sense Datum (UK) @ MyAeon

Mithya Music return to home club MyAeon for their second instalment of Hi-Tech Shenanigans, featuring headliner Loose Connections from the UK.

Also featured are EurythmyY (UK), Sense Datum (UK), Farebi Jalebi, Glacial, The Chojin, Salamangkero, Pakman, Ish , FMY, Tank Grrl, Folding Time and Tarun.

Expect the beats to be psychedelic, fast and furious. Your dance environment will be brought to life by the decor finesse of RayCosmo. If you can prove that it’s your birthday this weekend, attendance is free as can be!


Genre: Hi-tech, psytrance, progressive trance

Time: 10pm-6am

Place: MyAeon, 791 Sydney Road, Brunswick

Cost: $15 before midnight/$20 after midnight

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Saturday 9 May – Groundawg Day: A Bass Music Benefit

A little birdy told me that one of Melbourne’s popular and renowned street artists – Mishap – is putting on an outdoor event to raise funds. It’s for a good cause as her dog Dilla is in need of cruciate ligament therapy for both of his hind legs. He’s hardly going to pay for that in dog biscuits now, is he?

So enter Melbourne’s charitable niche beats, graffiti and event crews, who are all basically joined at the hip. They’ll be helping Mishap put on a 12-hour outdoor spectacular in Preston’s park bushland from midday until midnight on Saturday.

Live acts, MCing, DJing of multiple genres, live graffing on a 70 metre wall, light installations by Hexananigans, and the kick-ass bass of badman sound system Rogue Magnetic Sound. What more could you want? All other money raised outside of Dilla will be donated to the Lentil As Anything Urban Garden Collective, which are putting up a brand-new space in Preston for the community.

Get down for this one, there’s no better cause this month.

Performer list and set times…. 

12:00-1:00: Erik parker
1:00-2:00: Wyldcard
2 :00-3:00: Heptune
3:00-4:00: Pauly fatlace
4:00-5:00: Shikung
5:00-6:00: Ghostsoul
6:00-7:00: Warpa!nt
7:00-8:00: Dizrupt
8:00-9:00: Wonqirose
9:00-10:30 Julez X Able8 X Manix
10:30 -11:30: Dub princess and succulent
11:30 – 12:30: SK


Genre: Hip-hop, DnB, Reggae, Trip-hop, Trap, Future Beats, Dubstep

Time: 12pm-12:30am

Place: [Secret location – Contact for directs]

Cost: $20+bf (ticket-only entry at Eventbrite)

Friday 8 May – Subjackt: May Edition @ Croft Institute

Subjackt is a monthly presentation of niche electronic music taking place at boutique bar – The Croft Institute. It’ll have contemporary genre buzzes to suit your ears, and will feature an all-female line-up upstairs to farewell local DJ C:1.

For those of you who have never been to this place, maybe it’s time for you to check it out. It’s nested in the street art-covered back alleys in the heart of Melbourne CBD, winding all the way up to the end of Croft Alley. The bar is themed as a test laboratory downstairs, and as a vintage gymnasium upstairs.

There’ll be two levels of DJs for your dancing and drinking pleasure for a cheap $5. Also there’ll be live VJing by Slippery Jim.

Upstairs: Asylum, C:1, CC: Disco, Chiara Kickdrum, Lotus

Downstairs: Able8, Aoi, Bevin Campbell, Tigermoth


Genre: Hip-hop, Future beats, Disco, House, Techno, Bass, DnB, Footwork, Jungle

Time: 7pm-late

Place: The Croft Institute Melbourne, 21 Croft Alley, Melbourne CBD

Cost: Free

Thursday 7 May – Inbtwn (The Operatives Edition): JPS X Hooves ‘The Ritual’ EP Launch

Melbourne future beats collective The Operatives take over weekly Section 8 session Inbtwn, an event which electronic music collectives guest feature on a rotating roster.

This particular Inbtwn session is important to The Operatives as it marks the launch of JPS X Hooves EP – The Ritual. This long-anticipated release on San Francisco label Muti Music is the debut of the two local producers, and just dropped on 4 May.

Jerry Poon aka JPS is the director of The Operatives and also collaborates in the organization of New Years Day festival Let Them Eat Cake. Johnny Clayton aka Hooves was formerly drummer for New Zealand drum and bass band Shapeshifter.

Together they have dreamed up this eclectic EP to present in a free show on Thursday.

Supporting the duo are DJs A13, Nam and Rintrah.


Genre: Drum and bass, Future beats, Footwork, UK bass

Time: 6pm-late

Place: Section 8, 27-29 Tattersalls Lane, Melbourne CBD

Cost: Free

Thursday 7 May – Cymatic Society feat. Dr Res and Able8 @ eFiftyFive


Cymatic Society is a regular monthly event at Melbourne CBD bar eFiftyFive, hosted by James “U-Wish” Harris, a local hip-hop beats producer and DJ.

This May issue features guests Dr Res of Spain, and local producer Able8.

Dr Res comes from Barcelona and works as partner in label Disboot. Able8 is well-known in town for his involvement with such niche collectives as The Operatives, Boom-Bap Professionals and own label Uncomfortable Beats. U-Wish is resident DJ, and came runner-up in the 2012 DMC Victoria competition.


Genre: Hip-hop, Future beats

Time: 8pm-1am

Place: eFiftyFive, 55 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne CBD

Cost: Free

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We’re too lazy to write events this week, so here’s a dog getting hit in the cock with a frisbee.

We don’t normally do this but it’s a really slow week, so here’s a rush job of all events happening this weekend. You can check out the info yourself at the Facebook pages. Sorry, we’ll be less lazy next week with this and feature events.



Yemaya Festival 2015 – A psytrance festival


Good Manners Curated Series by I’lls – A new series at Shadow Electric.

Sonic Boom Warehouse Party Extravaganza – Warehouse party: message Haarp Media facebook if you’re after details.

DCM presents STEP UP SELECTRESS inna BASEMENT SESSION – All-women’s dub, dancehall and roots session @ the Sub Club.

Dance Mission Premier Feat. Memtrix & Royalston + Ruckus VIP Room – Drum and bass event more on the liquid tip featuring Memtrix and Royalston, and also featuring a side-room headed by Ruckus.


Sorry we couldn’t give away anything this Thursday again, but stay tuned.

Saturday 28 March: TuskTwo feat. Lady Banton, Kamo @ EfiftyFive


Lady Banton and Kamo are down with more earthy kinds of electronica. They’ll be playing for your more earthy kinds of chilling pleasure at a bar known as EFiftyFive in the centre of your favourite city this Saturday.


Genre: All kinds of reggae,dancehall and dub, dubstep, hip-hop

Time: 8pm-late

Place: Efiftyfive, Basement 55 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne CBD

Cost: Free the Kuta

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Saturday 28 March: Bunker presents Open Air No.6 @ Railway Hotel


Free techno. Got your attention? Get amonst the sixth open-air installment running into its second year at the Railway Hotel. Breathe in and out at The Railway Hotel, breathe in a couple of beers while you’re at it. It’s also family-friendly there, bring the kids to play with the trains outside 😉


DerJers Plerring Fer Yer Plersure

Simon Slieker (Machine)
Steve Ward (Chameleon Records)
XXX (Trench/Sydney)
Jake Blood (Live)
Adrian Bell
Dylan Riley


Genre: Free Techno! The best kind!

Time: 3pm-“late”

Place: Railway Hotel Brunswick, 291 Albert Street, Brunswick, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 3056

Cost: Free!

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Friday 27 March: Wild Culture (Kittball Records) @ New Guernica


Wild Culture (Austria) are groovin’ the deep house with those smooth, driving beats, and showing their aptitude for breaking out of the box with finesse. They are showcased on Kittball Records, which are apparently a bit of a thing deep in Dusseldorf, home of RheinuferpromenadeMedienHafenKonigsallee3 Escape games and serial killers.

Support interstate act Human Movement (Sydney) are not that crappy Australian R&B group that was around in the late 90s. At least we hope not? They’re a couple of young hooligans who are into Oliver Huntemann and gear like that, have a single entitled “Shake” on German label – Exposure Music, have been asked by Skrillex’s blog – NESTHQ – to do a guest mix, and their release was premiered by Triple J.


MoskalinNaomi EggletonMaxi BassheadVoltaBrynley CullenMatt DwellersStormSneak/ZiggyThierry LamarqueTech AidSalamangkero and Adelle

Set Times…

Main Room

10:00-11:00 pm: Moskalin vs Brynley Cullen
11:00-12:00 am: Sneak
12:00-01:00 am: Adelle
01:00-02:00 am: Wild Culture
02:00-03:00 am: Volta
03:00-04:00 am: Human Movement
04:00 -05:00 am: Matt Dwellers vs Storm


10:00-11:00 pm: Tech Aid
11:00-12:00 am: Naomi Kharma Eggleton
12:00 -01:00 am: Maxi Basshead
01:00 -02:00 am: Thierry Lamarque
02:00 -03:00 am: Salamangkero
03:00 -04:00 am: Matt Stevenson

More TBA

There’s $10 tickets, which is a knock-off for the door rate of $20.


Genre: Deep Haus

Time: 10pm-late

Place: New Guernica, 322 Little Collins Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia 3000

Cost: $10-20

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Friday 27 March: Raw Wax presents Citipower @ Mercat


The bridle will be off the techno for a minute in the basement, on Friday night for the reales’ Raw Wax “centrepiece” presentation – Citipower @ the nice-sounding Mercat Basement, “the whole kit and caboodle“.

Tim Heaney, Sam Hilton, Dawn Again and Raw Wax Djs are all “playing cool shit here’n’there.

Raw Wax also cordially invite you to “bring a pack of those little travel cornflakes because we’re going till sun up“.

Get yo’ boodle down, real ones and noodles!


Genre: Real recognise real Techno, playa

Time: 10pm-late

Place: The Mercat, 456 Queen St, Melbourne CBD

Cost: $5

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Friday 27 March: Machine presents Steve Law @ MyAeon


Melbourne is one of a few points around the world recognised for fostering and honing movements of “serious” techno. Machine has set a routine and schedule for events, releases, style and visual aesthetic true to the definition of Machine. This Machine has been whirring at a steady pace for a number of years and is one our city’s most reliable institutes. This time around presents one of our country’s most important techno artists – Steve Law.

Steve Law is – as described by Machine – “part of the electronic music bedrock of Australia.” He comes from the same school of original modular techno equipment as such luminaries as Ollie Olsen, and shows no sign of slowing his pace as a 20+ year veteran of Melbourne’s techno scene. His project Zen Paradox originated in 1992 has evolved into his own identity in 2015, and he has recently released on international label Atom Heart and also put out a 20+ undulating freeform track Magnetosphere on small Australian experimental label Retort Records.

Also featured at this issue of Machine are Ranjit Nijjer (“…with his nuanced and complex take on the Traktor system.”) and the ever-present esteemed hosts and legends of the scene Andrew Till and Simon Slieker.


Genre: Straight-up, no-bs Techno

Time: 10pm-late

Place: MyAeon, 791 Sydney Road, Brunswick

Cost: $10

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Thursday 2 April: Psyberpunks feat. Hedflux (UK) and Penumbra (Sydney) @ MyAeon


Thursday is always a hard day to put a dance party up, but this shouldn’t perturb you with this stellar psychedelic cosmos arrangement.

UK’s Hedflux is dropping by MyAeon, supported by interstate Sydney act Penumbra and local artists. There’ll be two stages at this with Funktion-One and JBL-HiFi sound, as well as laser and visual shows.

Hedflux is at the top of the game as so far as psy-breaks are concerned, and aims to present non-standard multi-genre EPs from world-class psychedelic artists with his label – .Luminus Music.

You can purchase tickets for 15 (early bird) and 20 from here, and you might like to look at our brand new feature – Threestuff Thursday, where we’ll be giving away a double pass for the event.

The local sound sponsors are: Lickweed, Glacial, Megapixel, Rayman DJ, Autopsy, Tank grrl, Ayanami, Stavrock, Orb Weaver, Blueprint, Dirge, Lomax Bangstar, Soul Splitter and Perceptor

Visual and light art is being done by Keito (Northern Lights), and the sound system is being taken care of by Blazing Lasers.


Genre: Psy-breaks, Psytrance, Progressive Trance, Glitch-hop

Time: 10pm-late

Place: MyAeon, 791 Sydney Road, Brunswick

Cost: 15/25

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Friday 27 March: Onepuf Rave @ Boney


Onepuf are a Melbourne crew specialising in UK styles of electronica with splashes of Melbourne Bounce (Warner: For future reference. ❤ ed).

They’re touting this as their crew’s first full-on rave event for the year with “no slow jams, just bangers. They have special guest over from Perth – Mike MIdnight – who will help bring some outside heat in for the event at CBD all- night club – Boney.





Genres played: UKG , 4×4 , Bassline and Funky

Time: 10pm-8am

Place: Boney, 68 Little Collins St, Melbourne CBD

Cost: $10

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Melbourne Festival Of Colours – Friday 29 November


The Festival of Colours – known in India as Holi – is now an international festival celebrating the beginning of Spring, and a return to the colour of human life outdoors in Melbourne.

Holis will raise funds to install much-needed hand water pumps for small rural communities in India, as well as a venture focusing on empowering Indian women through education and business initiatives. 

Last years festival allowed the installation of two pumps, supplying clean water to village communities and a local school within the Adilabad district of South India.

Haarp Media’s Shuttersound has a hand in the music gotten together as part of the celebrations, and DJs featured include Warpa!nt, Muska, U-wish and many others.

Be quick to purchase tickets, as second round tickets are selling out fast!


1-8pm. CERES Environmental Park, Corner Roberts Street and Stewart Street, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. $30/35.

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Friday 29 August – Top Shelf #1: Future Beats Special


This Friday, Haarp Media and The Workshop are presenting the first showcase to address and challenge generic concept – Top Shelf. This first showcase addresses the genre of FUTURE BEATS (also known as left-field or wonky beats). I for one am fucking excited about this.

Some people might be wondering what “future beats” are, right?

As curator of this event, I figure I owe you guys a bit of shit-talk in my reasoning to putting the show on and why I chose these particular artists.

Well, the essential idea is that there’s a genre called ‘future beats” which is sort of a fusion of future garage and R&B/hip-hop sensibilities, especially in regards to the percussive boom-bap hits and 808 snares. As an objective genre, it checks out in regards to labelling tunes, and you can use it to conform certain sounds to certain sounds.

But just like any other genre, “future beats” suffers from overkill, with 90% of tracks in the tag consisting of barely inspired composition, or being shitty remixes or bootlegs that attempt to carry the genre’s sound unconvincingly.

I feel there’s more of an idea and broader scale to how we can approach “future beats”, and I’ve three distinct questions to ask you as a listener that you might like to take into consideration.

How can we have future beats without knowing our past?

My personal opinion is that if you want a serious understanding on the in’s and out’s of electronica, it’s important to have a healthy respect for electronic music’s rich and lively history. The whole idea that music has reached this point can only be attributed to the past. With no recognition of the past, how can we have a future – or for that matter – even know where we are right now historically?

When we consider our past in beats, how does this relate to the genre of future beats?

The textbook definition (if there is one) of future beats is rooted in hip-hop, r&b, garage, and all the textural embellishments of electronica that make niche beats so unique and pleasing on the ears.. But what significant aesthetics would we take into consideration here?

Well, there’s the boom-crack of original dirty hip-hop percussion. There’s the rolling 808 snares that continuously make us confuse future beats with chill trap. There’s the off-centre and unstable synth work that wobbles and fizzes and crackles in a dervish with the central key melodies. Another important thing to observe with future beats is the progressed use of 2-4 timing, as lended from dubstep and trap (and their variations). Also present in a lot of tracks tagged as future beats is the central timing of juke/footwork, as well as the frenetic and trippy syncopation of the crazy 160bpm genre

it might be remarked that rather than future beats actually being a certified and original genre, it’s actually a hybrid of various past genres. If this is the case, why don’t we expand on the sounds that are already present in future beats?

What ways can we expand on these foundational ideas of “future beats” as so far defined by the genre?

Where else do the previously stated aesthetics fit into modern electronica? What other styles of beats relate to generic future beats, and how can we make it all flow together?

For me, the answer to this question is Haarp Media’s leading slogan for genre – Submersive/Subversive. Never do what’s expected out of you.

Subversion is key to the expansion of future beats and indeed key to injecting life into any stagnating genre or sound. We need to keep thinking, we need to keep subverting in order to remain fluid and stop stagnation. Music – and indeed life – rots without subversion. We need the chaos of motion and anxiety to keep us in agitation, or any given body will basically die on the inside. Subversion, motion, life, chaos, alertness, (non-paralysing varieties of) anxiety, all these things are one and the same.

If we at Haarp Media say we’re going to do a “future beats” joint, you can expect not much of the event will conform to DJ Joe Blow’s generic set of “future beats”. We wouldn’t want to bore you shitless.

Our artists and how they tie in with these ideas….

I feel that the five artists we have playing at this first edition of Top Shelf will take us through five seperate trains of thought and movement involved in future beats. These modes will be represented by the five artist’s approaches to DJing/production and their unique tastes in music. All five DJ/producers come from our own city, so therefore I feel symbolically represent the collective local mind’s attempted definition of “future beats” within the global macrocosm.

Some modes within our showcase of future beats are obvious, whilst others may not initially seem to be entirely related to future beats if you weren’t to read this article.

Of course, the artists may essentially disagree with these statements and say they’re just playing beats, but let’s not spoil the spell here.



Dave Di Paulo is Australia’s most prolific representative of contemporary future beats as a DJ. His small label Uncomfortable Beats has helped unearth a lot of new sounds, and quite a lot of these sounds are also future beats/wonky in terms of genre. You also couldn’t get a more active guy in terms of his involvement in the overall scene in Melbourne, and this also affects the eclectic degree to which Able8 presents future beats.



Oh, that guy. Okay, so I guess I can say I’m basically influenced by all these artists and ideas. I’ll be keeping things fresh by mashing the different aforementioned aesthetics of future beats together in a way that’s chaotic and unpredictable. But hey, wouldn’t it be funny if the promoter of a future beats event barely even played any future beats? Maybe I’ll end up playing a whole set of micro-house to rock the boat of what you think are percussive elements of tomorrow.



Angus Green

This guy has always been expected to play “glitch-hop” (another genre I have qualms with in definition) at every “normal” gig he plays at, but recently he brought out an album that was more “future beats” than anything. I think his ability to keep fluid as a producer is awesome, and he represents cleaner yet glitchier ideas I have of the whole future beats movement in Melbourne with his sweeping synths and melodic nouce. He’s an ambassador for Australian festival-style future beats, and  it’d just be great to have a broader audience hear his stuff.



A producer who to me is possibly the most under-rated hip-hop producers in Australia, and has a clever and chaotic way of making beats that might classify him with some of his listeners as being a left-field or wonky beatsmith. He pretty much represents my previous point of needing to know your foundations in order to progress to some sort of future beat. This is reflected in his rough and ready percussive sampling, performed live utilising his “caveman” approach to hardware.



Melbourne’s #1 party DJ always gets things cracking, and his element is also in subversion. Not only can you expect future beats here, but also footwork, UKG, and pretty much where-ever the hype and dancefloor vibe leads. The main reasoning for me to put 2fuddha on is that he gets a party storming, and this to me is the main reasoning with any urban-styled beats playing in a Friday night club, am I right?

So there you have it. Not much more to say, really.

Get the fuck on down to the first adventurous episode of Top Shelf – Future Beats gone Haarp Media style, baby.

Written by Kayhat.

Saturday 31 May – Tekno Mulisha 7th Birthday Warehouse Party


Yet another great party this weekend, presented by Tekno Mulisha for their seventh birthday celebrations. Oh and it’s a warehouse joint, time to go nuts.

Tekno Mulisha pride themselves on their underground DIY approach and punky ethics, and have worked with fellow crew Destroy Ordinary to bring the OG dance vibe that all techno crews wish they could emulate in warehouses all over Melbourne.

These two crews with have individual posse stages, and will also be joined by a third stage represented by dub PA System Unknown, who will have C:1, Rob Spinfx, Dj Undies and Tomo reppin dub, jungle, reggae and dancehall to compliment the heaving and pumping beats from the other two stages.

The main stage by Tekno Mulisha will be presented through their new Virus Sound System, and they’ll be having DJs Scott Alien, Harry Blotter, Neocortex, DVS, Syndrome (Live), DJ Moon, Speedloader andVixen to carry their sound.

DJs repping Destroy Ordinary are Lex, Calski D’Gillonano, Zero 1, Beckon, Ishikawa, Token andMandrax.

The location (10 minutes from CBD) will be announced in a day or two to those who have extended their RSVP on the Facebook event page, and entry is a ridiculously cheap $5, so money is no barrier for this one.

Starts 11pm. Venue TBA. $5.

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Written by Kristian Hatton.

Saturday 31 May – Phuture @ New Guernica


If there’s one gig you should be going to this weekend, here it is. if there’s one group who could be said to have pioneered Chicago acid house, Phuture is it, and they are coming to New Guernica this Saturday.

DJ Pierre, Spanky and Herb J (the first two appearing on Saturday) started recording in 1985. Those rolling, squelchy sounds you know as the key bass emulation leader for so many old house songs were created by a Roland TB-303, which was Phuture’s tool of choice.

Through their focus on Chicago clubs in their prime, Phuture extended their sound to rave and acid house culture worldwide with hypnotic,funky and driving 10+ minute minute tracks like ‘Acid Tracks’ (1987) and ‘We Are Phuture’ (1988).

Here is a chance to catch some true legends of the house game, get with the program. A great bargain too at 25-30 bucks a ticket.

This event is being fronted by Funf Touring and The Selectors, and supporting acts are Sleep D, Cleverhands, Safari, Harold & Conor, 6am at the Garage and Jesse Young


9pm-5am. New Guernica, 322 Little Collins Street, Melbourne CBD. $25/30.

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Written by Kristian Hatton.

Friday 30 May – Machine presents Truncate (US)


Label and monthly event team Machine reach their fifth milestone this Friday!

If you don’t already know, Machine is the brainchild of veteran DJ Simon Slieker and Psy-Harmonics label co-owner Andrew Till. Together, they’ve carefully forged a niche in no-bullshit techno that operates on stripped-back and minimal aspects of beats, and a strong minimal visual aesthetic on their flyers and merchandise.

Machine have also have released sixteen albums at this time of publication from artists like Enclave, Linus and Vincenn.

Many proponents of Machine often cite the hypnotic depth of their beats that one can aesthetically connect with science, trance-like states, space and the often anxiety-provoking and mechanical nature of our urban climate.

To celebrate this occasion, Machine have invited America’s Truncate back their event. California is more known for superficial and showy beats, but also has a small cult following of deep techno in producer/DJs like Truncate and Drumcell that has developed into something bigger.

Truncate has been played by such luminaries as Ben Klock, Marcel Dettmann, Chris Liebing and Speedy J, and has released tracks on 40 labels including CLR, Droid and Electric Deluxe.

He had a massive showing in January 2012 last time at Machine, and this one looks to be a similar story with over 200 people recorded as attending on their Facebook event page, with many excited comments in abundance.

Simon Slieker and Andrew Till will be play as support DJs in support of Truncate, and I’m sure are very proud for holding strong and true to their brand and vision for electronic music in Melbourne.

This event is at My Aeon, as have all their events for the last five years.

Tickets (Resident Advisor)

10pm-6am. My Aeon, 791 Sydney Road, Brunswick. $22 (ticket + BF).

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Written by Kristian Hatton.

Friday 30 May – The Hacker @ Liberty Social


The Hacker makes his way to Melbourne this Friday for an exclusive show at The Liberty Social Club.

French electro/techno artist Michel Atamo is probably best known for his collaborative efforts with Miss Kittin in producing electroclash singles ‘1982’ and ‘Frank Sinatra’ from the First Album – um – album produced in 2001.

The Hacker started producing electro in 1989 and was influenced heavily by Kraftwerk, Depeche Mode and Duran Duran in his overall production. He is considered an important part of the rise in prominence of French electro-house, and has remained committed to his overall sound.

This tour is to promote the launch of his new album Love/Kraft, which was launched on 22 April. This will be the first time The Hacker has played in Melbourne for over a decade.

There are no early bird tickets available now. Avoid disappointment and get in early. A good second option for those who miss out on tickets to the Electro Swing Club.

Tickets (Moshtix)

10pm-6am. Liberty Social, 279 Flinders Lane, Melbourne. $33.80 (through Moshtix).

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Written by Kristian Hatton.