Boiler Room reveals Sydney and Melbourne lineups
Wed 9th Jan, 2013 Newsin
UPDATE: Modular duo Canyons have been added to Boiler Room Sydney lineup.
Last month’s announcement that Boiler Room would be coming to Australia for the first time was big news ‘round these parts. Rightfully so, too – the UK/Europe-based initiative has a legendary reputation in underground circles, bringing guys like Caribou, Jamie xx and James Blake onboard for intimate, often secret sets that are then broadcast onto the web for all to stream. But while Boiler Room pricked a lot of ears with the news they were headed our way, the lineup was kept under wraps – until now.
Sydney’s Goodgod Small Club and Melbourne’s The Bottom End have today announced their respective Boiler Room lineups and sure enough, they’re looking good. Goodgod has brought Oneman signees Cliques, Dro Carey’s alter-ego Tuff Sherm, Perth’s Michael Ozone and Sydney local Prize on board for their January 17 show, with more locals TBA. Tickets to the Goodgod show are going for a very reasonable $20 on the club’s website – we’d advise getting in quick.
The Bottom End, meanwhile, has announced they’ve lined-up the Cut Copy DJs alongside Roland Tings, Naysayer & Gilsun, Tornado Wallace and more for their January 27th event, a week-odd after Boiler Room does Sugar Mountain. Tickets to the Melbourne show are also $20, onsale now through Moshtix. Details of the two Perth shows, however, are still under wraps – not even the venue for the pair of West Coast shows has been revealed. Check out the full Sydney and Melbourne lineups below and to get in the mood for what’s to come, relive Dixon and Ame or Skream and Disclosure’s recent back-to-back Boiler Room sets.
Sydney Boiler Room lineup
Goodgod Small Club, Thursday January 17th
Melbourne Boiler Room lineup
Cut Copy DJs
Naysayer & Gilsun
Out of Focus DJs
The Bottom End, Sunday January 27