By Kali Zahra 17th May, 2006
Anticipation hung in the air as the mostly black clad crowd milled around the dancefloor. Suddenly a groovy introduction amidst some breakcore noize...
Technoir present Ignition Technician (UK) and Steve Law (live) @ Mercat Cross Lower Ground, Melbourne (20/01/06)
By Daisy Darvall 2nd Feb, 2006
With Technoir installments coming harder and faster than an Ignition Technician record, it seemed fitting that the guest of honour for the latest party should be none other than the Pimp head-honcho Wilko himself.
By Daisy Darvall 1st Aug, 2005
The third instalment of Technoir was undoubtedly the best to date, and the boys' (Tim Boyd, Ranjit Nijjer and Sam Master K) efforts have only improved over time. It was clear from the outset of the night that the party was going to be a corker; hordes of
By Micka K 1st Jun, 2005
In very exciting news Justin Berkovi was to perform at the next installment of the now famous [or infamous] MTC party!
By Tom Kempster 19th May, 2004
On a chilly Melbourne night, buried deep underground, the beef was hiding. Another splendid party put on by those crazy live stock Panic Stricken Bovines. Great music, great DJs, great night. What else to say, but, great.
By Kathryn Toomey 17th Feb, 2004
Kinetik Psygressive #2 proudly presented Melbourne's favorite live conduit, Sugar, who is widely regarded as Australia's premier live psy-trance artist.
By Dave Jackson 29th Jul, 2003
Some attended simply for the love of the music, some for the love of the people but most came for both. Regardless, it was a twisted yet sweet musical supper. Nice Work!
By Micka K 28th Jul, 2003
No doubt. Not once have I left an MTC event unfulfilled or disappointed. MTC saves the day. Again...
By Alicia Campos 22nd Jul, 2003
A frosty night heralded the launch of a monthly Noizeklubb to the delight of followers of various genres of crunchy dark electronica.
By Rezok & Iain 17th Jun, 2003
A great night! Very well though out set programming and fantastic sets over the night left everyone leaving with a smile. A big well done to the MTC guys and their esteemed associates for their 1st (of what I'm sure will be many) year of putting on quali
By Iain & Rezok 21st May, 2003
Main course for the evening is Vast recordings front man, gentleman of gentleman and the pride of Adelaide techno; Dj Bold.