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July 7, 2010

Party! Party! Party! : Sydney : July 2010 – August 2010

Filed under: Clubbing & Gigs,Music — decoded_ @ 1:04 pm

Party! Party! Party!

Club nights/events with international techno, minimal, tech-house, deep-house, house DJ/live acts in Sydney Australia…

I made it out to the red ones. Thoughts and comments to be posted soon.

JULY 2010…
03.07.10 : Stephan Bodzin [Live], Hugo @ The Likes Of You – The Arthouse
04.07.10 : Pepperpot @ Spice – Home Terrace
09.07.10 : Hugo @ Chemistry : PLUS ╬ 1 – Civic Underground
09.07.10 : Instra:Mental @ Index – Phoenix Bar
17.07.10 : Martin Landsky ++, Alexkid @ Redlight (Launch Party) – Plantation
18.07.10 : Alexkid @ Spice – Home Terrace
23.07.10 : Deadbeat [Live] @ Index – Phoenix Bar
23.07.10 : Scuba @ Niche Productions Present… – Civic Underground
24.07.10 : James Holden @ Chinese Laundry
26.07.10 : LCD Soundsystem, Hot Chip @ Modular Touring Presents… – Hordern Pavilion
30.07.10 : Pablo Cahn @ Good Sorts : PLUS ╬ 1 – Civic Underground
31.07.10 : Pablo Cahn @ Spice – Home – Terrace

++ Martin Landsky has had to cancel his Australian gigs.

AUGUST 2010…
20.08.10 : Pezzner @ Shrug : PLUS ╬ 1 – Civic Underground
27.08.10 : Holger Zilske @ Reckless Republic : PLUS ╬ 1 – Civic Underground
28.08.10 : Shaun Reeves @ Finely Tuned Present… – Plantation / Bunker
28.08.10 : Joakim @ Adult Disco – Civic Underground
29.08.10 : Holger Zilske @ Spice – Home Terrace

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That’s all for now, updates as I hear more.

Please note: I do my best to post up accurate info, but dates, artists, venues can change etc.

TBA = To Be Announced

If you’re after info on other techno/minimal club nights with more local flavour in Sydney, check out the Sydney Loves Techno blog.

The InTheMix – Sydney – What’s On section lists a whole range of dance/electronic music events/club nights, check it out here.

I’m not much of a fan of dubstep sounds myself, but if you’re into it, there is a crew (Void/Index) in Sydney putting on regular quality events, often with internationals, check here for more info.

Party on!

7 Comments »

  1. Hey,

    You’ve left out Scuba at the Civic on the 23rd of July. He’s a friend of Deadbeat. Funny how they’re playing on the same night. A conversation between the two: http://www.xlr8r.com/features/2010/06/deep-end-holding-down-berlin-dub

    Is Dettman in September or October?
    “SEPTEMBER 2010…
    18.10.10 : Marcel Dettmann @ Disconnected – Plantation”

    Cheers for the info.

    Comment by V-Tron — July 9, 2010 @ 9:26 am

  2. Hey mate, umm, I’ve not heard of Scuba before, I’m not really into Dubstep. I’ll add an entry for his gig anyway. I only know of Deadbeat via Mathew Jonson’s Wagon Repair label. Yeah sorry, I had some wrong numbers there, thanks for spotting that, Dettmann is in September, the w/end after I get back from Europe.

    Comment by decoded_ — July 9, 2010 @ 10:42 am

  3. I see. Well I think you should also check out Scuba on Friday night; in my opinion Scuba’s sound has more crossover appeal to fans of minimal/dub techno than Deadbeat, based on the mix posted by Void. I believe Matt is going to both.

    Have a listen to this preview of Scuba’s Aesaunic EP and a short promo mix for an upcoming gig:
    http://soundcloud.com/hotflush/scuba-aesaunic-ep-preview
    http://soundcloud.com/hypeasfuck/scuba-20-7-2010-sammys-dunedin

    Europe sounds exciting! No doubt you’ll be attending some insane gigs there.

    Comment by V-Tron — July 17, 2010 @ 10:38 pm

  4. I’ll have to amend the above comment by saying this:
    Scuba’s dj sets lean more towards dubstep whereas his productions are something you’ll be interested in. You may be quite bored by his mix since you’re not interested in dubstep.

    So you’re right for sticking to Deadbeat but Scuba is an amazing genre-bending producer. If Scuba was playing as SCB, then I would have had a far more convincing argument for you to attend.

    Comment by V-Tron — July 17, 2010 @ 11:01 pm

  5. I didn’t know Scuba was SCB, I love those tracks 20_4, 3_5. I checked out some of his stuff, some great sounds on his Triangulation album, a lot more melodic than I was expecting, quite impressed with that Hotflush Recordings label, that’s the kind of dubstep I could get into, it’s like melodic techno, house and deep house just with different beats. I think my introduction to dubstep was the nasty, noisy stuff by Vex’d, which is really just slow tech-step drum’n’bass, and I’m well over my drum’n’bass phase.

    Comment by decoded_ — July 18, 2010 @ 11:23 am

  6. Well in that case you should try to make it to Friday’s gig. Going by what you’ve said above you’ll probably enjoy the following sets:
    – mnml ssgs mx 37, as SCB
    – RA podcast, Scuba vs SCB
    – Hotflush Podcast 03, as Scuba

    They’re all hosted on Hotflush Recordings’ website:
    http://www.hotflushrecordings.com/download.html

    Comment by V-Tron — July 18, 2010 @ 5:17 pm

  7. Set times:
    @Civic: 12.30 – 2.30 Scuba
    @Phoenix: 0100 – 0230 DEADBEAT Live (Dub Techno, Techno, Dancehall)

    Clearly not possible to attend both. Dick move by Index imo. Have fun at Deadbeat!

    Comment by V-Tron — July 21, 2010 @ 9:24 pm

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