It’s amazing as the genre of Rap matures each year, so do it’s big names of the 80′s and 90′s. At age 52, Kurtis blow is definitely one of the patriarchs of the industry. An inspiration of name we know and love, such as Biggie Smalls, Kurtis Blow is without question one of the founding fathers of Rap as we know it. And he’s coming to Laundry Bar, Fitzroy.
Bar and Nightclub promoters seem to love throwing “eve” parties into their lineup to squeeze out every last excuse possible for you to drop everything and head to the club. You could be cynical about this, but your better off accepting the fact you should be drinking and clubbing as much as possible, and no better place then Bar Veludo.
It’s been a long time in the making but the long awaited night is finally here, This Easter Sunday we bring you a night dedicated to the music, the culture, the people, the tradiotion that is THE ITALIAN PROJECT. Be a part of the very first Italian Project at CQ Melbourne, see over 10 of Melbournes best DJs playing the best hits in Italian music.
If you haven’t witnessed freestyle live and onstage then now’s your chance. No it isn’t like 8 Mile and nobody is going to “pull a 9 and bust a cap” but it is awesome and amzing to see the groundswell of local Aussie talent combined with the rivalries that exist. Also it’s funny how so many look like nerds but that’s besides the point.
If you’re the type of person that only wakes up to the sound of EDM that has replaced the alarm on you phone, has earphones that are a permanent fixture to the sides of your head and can’t stand the sound of an electric guitar and a singer in his 50′s screaming into a microphone, then the Royal Melbourne Hotel Friday April 6, 2012 is where you want to be.
Good Friday is about to be renamed awesome Friday’s @ Billboard (The Venue) as one of the most famous and respected underground Monday Nights in the clubbing capital of the universe, Ibiza, comes to town in what is set to be an explosion of music, light and sound. And to ensure this, they’ve brought along an all international lineup.
If it’s hardstyle and not blood that courses through your veins, then Good Friday, April 6, 2012 is going to be “Fucking Awesome Friday” if you decide to head to 3D Nightclub for Nu World Order. Headliners for the night include Roket and Josh Lang, ready to step up and take things to the next level.
They say there is a first time for everything, and Friday, March 30, 2012 is one of them as Ruby Rose makes her debut performance at the CQ in Melbourne. Kicking off her career on MTV and spreading her wings throughout the music and fashion world, this is your chance to kick it with Australia’s celebrity elite.
After performing at the Sets On The Beach festival in Perth, Ballarat duo Yacht Club DJs will be touring across Oz with fellow Ballarat band Hunting Grounds. Their Facebook page describes the genre of music Yacht Club DJs plays as Rock/Dance/Pop/Metal/Cartoon. They sample songs from anyone like Katy Perry, Beastie Boys
A night of Dubstep, Glitch Hop, Liquid Drum & Bass and Future Garage featuring Dysphemic & Ms Eliza, J.Nitrous, Monkee, Proximity Effect and Aaron Static. With a 2am visit by Mat Beyer as seen on ‘Masterchef Australia’ to cure the munchies and keep you partying until the sun comes up! Mid-Week parties don’t get much better then this.