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DIVELAND is back with another electrifying car park event featuring juggernaut talents:





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Nina Las Vegas, also known as Nina Agzarian, has cemented herself as a formidable presence in the music industry, particularly in the realms of DJing and label management. With an unwavering passion for dance music, she has carved out a remarkable career spanning decades.

Beginning her musical journey as a host and programmer on Australian radio station triple j, Nina quickly gained a reputation for her ability to discover and promote dance music from around the world. This led her to establish NLV Records in 2015, a label that has become a catalyst for cultivating a vibrant underground culture and community.

As a producer, Nina has released two solo EPs, including "EZY or Never" in 2016 and "Lucky Girl" in 2018, along with numerous singles. Her sonic range knows no bounds, as she fearlessly explores diverse genres while pushing the boundaries of forward-thinking dance music. Collaborating with a wide range of artists such as Swick, Anna Lunoe, and Ninajirachi, Nina's musical prowess shines through her versatile collaborations.

On the DJ front, Nina has graced the stages of renowned festivals across Australia, including Big Day Out, Stereosonic, and Splendour in the Grass. She has also embarked on international tours, captivating audiences in Japan, North America, Europe, and the UK. Her electrifying DJ sets have not only showcased her skills but also served as a platform to promote dance music from around the world.

With NLV Records entering its fifth year, Nina continues to elevate the label's influence through artist management, A&R services, curation, and creative partnerships. Her powerful work ethic, tastemaker ethos, and consistency have solidified her position as an influential figure in the dance music landscape, uniting her various projects into a cohesive vision.



“A fine balance between ruthless functionality & experimentalism,” Luke Alessi says of his

current creative output.

Influenced from an array of different styles, Luke’s music sits in its own lane, not to be

pigeonholed into any conventional genre. Instead, intentionally blurring the lines between

house, electro, indie dance, afro, prog & techno via synth lines that bend your mind, hooks

that get stuck in your head for days and underlying, funky grooves that keep your body

locked in on the dance floor.

Striving to create music that's designed to take you elsewhere, even if just momentarily, it’s

no surprise to see his tracks circulating the rounds of ID groups as they pop up in new

corners of the world. His most recent release was his debut EP with RÜFÜS DU SOL’s label

Rose Avenue, which saw the lead track ‘Scuze Me’ top the Indie Dance Charts, gaining

support from the likes of Dino Lenny, WhoMadeWho, Whitesquare, Chloe Caillet, John

Digweed, Magdalena, Black Coffee, RÜFÜS DU SOL, Musumeci, Lehar, Adam Ten and

more. Prior to that in 2022 he had two EPs with Mobilee, one on Buttress Recordings and a

remix for RÜFÜS DU SOL on their Surrender remix album.

As a DJ, Luke made a name for himself in Australia in 2022, with plays at Pitch Music &

Arts, Sydney's Lost Paradise Festival, and Beyond The Valley in Melbourne, as well as

supporting RÜFÜS DU SOL on their recent Australia tour alongside John Hopkins, on the

back of his remix of their track Devotion. Next month Luke takes Australia’s east coast for a

series of headline plays, followed by his first Mexican play at Sundream Baja.



Latifa Tee, a multifaceted music enthusiast, has found numerous avenues to express her undying passion for music. As a DJ, radio host, recording artist, and all-round personality, she has become a staple for her charismatic embrace of hip-hop, R&B, and UKG. Bringing a contemporary edge to traditional urban vibes, Latifa has played alongside international heavy-hitters like EarthGang, ASAP Ferg, and Jaden Smith, as well as local heroes like Chillinit, Kwame, and Hayden James. 

She has performed at festivals like Beyond The Valley, Spilt Milk, and Oktoberfest, captivating audiences with her undeniable stage presence. True to her mission of supporting Australian music, Latifa has recently been handed the keys to the Mix Up kingdom as the new host and producer of Triple J's dance music show. 

Her debut album, "When a Girl Loves in Japan," reached #1 on the R&B charts, while her single "Games" garnered over 800,000 streams on Spotify. With commercial radio play and recognition on platforms like Apple Music's "The Estelle Show," Latifa continues to curate guest mixes for various programs, spreading her musical influence worldwide.



April Kerry is a rising star in the Australian music scene, making waves with her dark and adventurous techno sound. Her performances ignite packed dance floors, taking listeners on a journey through a diverse range of textures and skillful selections. 

With major festival bookings and appearances at renowned venues such as PIKNIK & Subsonic Festival, April has established herself as a force to be reckoned with. She has also made her mark as a producer, releasing tracks on esteemed labels like Recovery Collective, earning top chart positions on Beatport. 

April's dedication to her craft and ability to seamlessly merge club and open-air atmospheres solidify her position as a leading figure in Australian music.


Dive Venue holds a strong commitment to fostering safer environments for the queer and POC community, ensuring freedom from discrimination and harassment. We kindly request that all attendees respect personal boundaries and seek consent. For your peace of mind, a designated safety officer will be present throughout the event to address any safety concerns promptly.

It is important to acknowledge that we gather on the ancestral land of the Wadda Wurrung people. We humbly pay our sincerest respects to their esteemed elders, both past and present.

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