FireArt Entertainment join forces with Electric Avenue for what is set to be one of the highlights of the event calendar for 2010!
26th of November 2010@ AJ Hackett : Cairns
Line Up (in no particular order)
- INFECTED MUSHROOM (Live)
- YOLANDA BE COOL
- MINILOGUE (Live)
- NEELIX (Live)
- Scruffy Goat (Seta Label)
- Adam Giardina (Open Rec)
- Curiosity Killed (Electric Ave)
- Uncut Loop (FireArt)
- Jeremy J (Electric Ave)
- BattleKat (Electric Ave)
- Fred Cuzon (Cairns)
- Mista Kiffsta (Frequency Rec)
- Soljah (Cairns)
- The Doctor (InbedProductions)
- Sammy J (InbedProductions)
- Dj Comp Winner
- VJ vdmo Kstati
MIXED BAG 2010
A mixed bag of club and dance floor treats are heading north for the first joint effort from two of Cairns’ leading promoters in Electric Avenue and FireArt Entertainment. Friday 26th November you will be more than welcome to join Infected Mushroom, Yolanda Be Cool, Minilogue and Neelix plus a ton of local support at Mixed Bag for one night at AJ Hackett.
You have Infected Mushroom’s massive legion of followers, an ever-growing repertoire of classic albums of rocking trance and a live show like no other… Throw in Yolanda Be Cool’s infectious global hit “We No Speak Americano’ and whacked out future d-floor funk…. Minilogue’s (SonKite) unique Swedish twist on techno and melodies in a throbbing live show that will break any sweat… Plus Neelix’s relentless trance bangers that have propelled him further into cult figure status.
All these acts are headliners in their own right; there is no doubt this will culminate into something special for those looking for one last hurrah before summer hits. Joined by a dozen local dj’s and a DJ Comp Winner yet to be announced.
INFECTED MUSHROOM (Live)
Psy-Trance innovators Infected Mushroom have become one of the biggest electronic bands on the planet. Twice ranked among the world’s 10 best DJs/Acts by the bible of the scene, the U.K.’s DJ Magazine, the Israel-bred, L.A. based duo bring a frenetic rock energy to the form. Their explosive show, featuring guitars, live drums, intensely passionate vocals and an ambitious multimedia backdrop, ranks among the genre’s most unpredictably joyous events. And their recordings continually venture where other electronic acts fear to tread.
From the Ultra Fest in Miami to the Virgin Festival in Baltimore, from Mexico’s OMIX to Cali’s Coachella, from Brazil’s Ipanema Beach to Melbourne’s Metro Club, Infected Mushroom average about 120 live performances per year.
YOLANDA BE COOL
If Sylvester Martinez and Johnson Peterson, aka Yolanda Be Cool, were in the Carpenters, they would be singing “We’ve only just begun.”
We No Speak Americano has reached no 5 on the overall Beatport chart and number one on the House Chart, the most requested song on triple j, not to mention 235,000 (and growing daily) views on youtube.
2009 was a massive year for these two, exclusively signing their releases to Ajax’s Sweat It Out label, their bookings to his agency not to mention their original productions and remixes receiving huge support from some of the scene’s biggest players, they are far from slowing down, instead going into overdrive in the studio to ensure that the year 2010 is one that is filled with their brand of party tech.
Lovers of electronic music have been esteeming Minilogue for many years. In 2010 it is almost impossible to imagine club music without the two musicians from Malmö, Sweden.
After releasing outstanding productions on such renowned labels as Traum, Crosstown Rebels or Wagon Repair, there opus magnum is to appear on Sven Väths Cocoon Recordings. There are few producers who match Cocoon’s vision of an electronic sound both on the dancefloor and beyond the club so perfectly: “Animals” covers a wide spectrum of music, it reaches from peaktime techno to beatless deep ambient. The immediacy of the club tracks sweeps everything away that is circumstantial and long-winded in contemporary dance music. The tracks incorporate the elegance and simplicity of classical early Nineties’ techno, the economy and lightness of the minimal sound and the sweetness and charm of the recent developments.
One could say that the creative act of piecing together several ideas by using the computer is kind of golden thread in the life of Henrik Twardzik. Having a creative vein on the one hand and heaps of experience with clicking the mouse buttons hundreds of times per day, piling up sequences on a computer screen on the other, he moved forward pretty fast. His first releases rapidly gained popularity and simultaneously Henrik got more and more enthusiastic about producing music. Taking the necessary actions as a result of that made his girlfriend pronounce a certain phrase: Get a proper job! Well, today she doesn’t say that any more…
Following the patterns of classical Progressive Trance Henrik slowly but constantly developed a very own style. His album “No Way To Leave” from 2005 marks a turning point in his musical career: With this one he founded his own school of Trance music, consequently following the paradigm of Progressive in the very original meaning of this term. Today Henrik is happy with the positive feedback from Trance fans all around the world and even being asked to produce music for TV commercials and popular movies.
Limited ONLINE tix NOW available through OZTIX EARLY BIRDS ARE NOW SOLD OUT
Limited tickets will be available at the door, but they will cost more $$’s.
Shiva Moon – Grafton St
Fetish For Life – Shields St
Tastey – Grafton St
AJ Hackett – Smithfield
This is an 18+ event. ID req.
A bit of everything for everyone
Lock it in people…..
Will be an awesome night of wicked tunes and visuals.