By Dave Ruby Howe 4th Nov, 2009
Going down this December 31st (obviously!), Chinese Laundry and Jam Music will ring in 2010 with their massive Renaissance New Years Eve Party.
By Dave Ruby Howe 18th Sep, 2009
Punters are truly spoiled for choice this NYE, but that hasn't stopped Chinese Laundry from busting up the program and offering up their own NYE extravaganze, recruiting the masterful Danny Howells for the New Years bash!
By Tim Galvin 4th Jul, 2008
Beneath the Slip Inn on the corner of King and Sussex Street (oh how many times have I slurred those directions to Sydney cab drivers) lies the dirty beating heart of Sydney clubbing.
By Fiona Bowden 27th May, 2008
As the magic 1am approaches, a certain floppy-haired Belge is spotted in the Laundry dungeons. Tones lightens the mood, and the Cave fills to bursting. Anticipation. What will Folder Folder pull out of that ample CD bag?
By Johnny T 19th Mar, 2008
I’d worked up a sweat before I even made it to the Chinese Laundry, and as the night wore on Phil K’s unique brand of transcendental breaks would keep the sweat pouring.
By Jackson Howard 21st Feb, 2008
You know it’s been a good time when you see people so tired from dancing that they struggle to make it up the hill towards Wynyard, or when you see someone out the front stretching their hamstring (seriously!).
By Marcus Schneider 24th Oct, 2007
Aquasky returned to the Chinese Laundry on Friday night to take the reigns at Break Inn.
By Andrew Wowk 18th Jul, 2007
Master of the glitchy-techno-dub-minimal breaks sound, Chris Carter, made a welcome return to Sydney to play a killer two and a half hour set.
By Adam Black 28th May, 2007
By the time DJ Food and DK took to the decks at midnight the Laundry was already buzzing with activity, and over the next two and a half hours the guests mesmerized the crowd with a set that was unpredictable, seamless, and completely brilliant.
By Andrew Wowk 26th Feb, 2007
On Friday night Lee Coombs made his return to Sydney to play at Break Inn. Supported by a stellar local lineup and playing on one of the best sound systems in Sydney, Coombs at Break Inn was always guaranteed to be a fantastic evening.
By Marcus Schneider 9th Feb, 2007
Phil K and Bass Kleph took control of ther Chinese Laundry on Friday night for a crazed night of breaks n' mayhem.
By Marek Panasko 14th Dec, 2006
The long running Break Inn night at Chinese Laundry punches out another international guest, Kosheen, with support from Basskleph, The Impossibles, Shamozzle and Karton.
By Grant Taplin 11th Dec, 2006
Having been DJing for around 15 years (first in Adelaide before relocating to Sydney), Impact is better known as one third of Sydney DJ trio The Impossibles. This solo mix is a brief insight into some of the music Impact enjoys playing. Check it!
By James Rongen-Hall 5th Oct, 2006
UK production whiz Ils is the latest in an impressive line-up of international guests stepping behind the decks at Break Inn, which is fast becoming an institution of the Sydney breaks scene.
By Sam Waks 25th Jul, 2006
We’d yet to see a real live hip-hop act headline at Break Inn, so I was quite excited to learn that 1200 Techniques front man and all round Aussie rapper extraordinaire NFA was coming to rock the Cave in support of his new solo album.