TSHA & BARRY CAN’T SWIM
When all your friends are in town, the party happens – all under one roof raving, laughing and joking… But we didn’t just keep it UK, because United, We Dance.
Friday 6th January – Oxford Art Factory, Sydney
Doors: 9pm til’ 4am
Fresh from a month of mixes on triple j, global billboard placements, magazine covers and all the best-of lists, TSHA released her debut album ‘Capricorn’ to critical acclaim. International woman of the year you say? We agree… let’s celebrate TSHA with a good ol knees up on her maiden voyage to Australia.
Barry Can’t Swim (UK)
From industry legends such as Pete Tong, Annie Mac and Blessed Madonna just to name a few tipping Scottish producer/DJ Barry Can’t Swim as top to watch for 2023, Barry Can’t Swim does not disappoint, leaving a trail of jazz-infused house and techno in his wake. With January feeling so far away still, you can catch last week’s Mixmag Lab for foot shuffling, shoulder shimmying in the meantime.
Yuggera woman dameeeela has been curating one of Spotify’s best Track IDs of the year showing the world what she’s been sharing with Australia for sometime. An absolute Queen of the Australian club scene, we’re flipping honoured to have Dameeeela with us this Jan.
Club Angel (AUS)
Heavily inspired by late 90s UK dance music, Club Angel explores the moodier side of 2-Step, Jungle and Garage with tight drums, sampled orchestral stabs and melancholic vocals. Previously performing and releasing music under his own name, Gabriel Espinosa has long established himself as a prodigious fixture in Sydney’s underground electronic scene
First release $44.90 SOLD OUT
Second release $54.90
Final release $64.90