Summer is around the corner and it’s time for a day party! We’re stoked to be bringing in one of Australia’s top live electronic acts OK EG (Naarm), along with producer Command D (Gadigal), Claire O’Brien (Awabakal) and many more incredible acts. This one going all afternoon so there's plenty of bang for your buck.
It’s Day One and one day only. Check some of the bios below…
Composed of producers Matthew Wilson and Lauren Squire, OK EG’s strident sound melds rhythm, bass and analogue synth. Known for their hardware-based live sets, the pair spiral around unpredictable patterns and interlocking grooves, encapsulating the unhinged energy of the Melbourne underground; think liquid dnb, slow-build trance and fractural percussion.
Command D is a producer and DJ living and working on Gadigal Land in Eora/Sydney. His productions tie together dub techno, underground house and contemporary club to create stimulating atmospheres with plenty of subtle details. While his DJ’s sets draw from a wider range of influences, they’ve always got the dance in mind. Expect moments of introspection, catharsis and bliss, all floating around in a smoke haze.
Mulubinba/Newcastle based deejay and @nomad.radio resident Claire O’Brien draws upon an extensive sonic palette to create memorable dance floor moments. Traversing through genres, to more percussive and experimental rhythms, injecting her sets with both gooey sensuality and hard-hitting edge.
Claire made her debut at Tasmania’s proclaimed music and arts festival Dark Mofo and opened for Boiler Room in Naarm this year. Claire showcases both her diversity in sound and an impressive repertoire of support slots for artists such as Aloka, Djrum, Mall Grab, Nikki Nair, Privacy and X-Club.
3pm - 4pm - 1800trix
4pm - 5pm - Discobasis b2b Emmie
5pm - 6pm - Shad b2b Munda
6pm - 7pm - Key (live)
7pm - 8 pm - Claire O’Brien mulubinba b2b Micah Heathwood (DJ)
8pm - 9pm - 5RT (live)
9pm - 10pm - Command D Eora
10pm - close - OK EG (live) Naarm
Gang Gang acknowledges that this venue operates and runs events on the stolen lands of the Ngunnawal and Ngambri people, and we pay our respects to the elders both past and present. Sovereignty was never ceded.