PROGNOSIS – Oct 19th @ LOOP
Spring has most definitely sprung with glorious sunshine drenching the party faithfuls’ moon tans whilst simultaneously tempting those in hibernation from their wintery slumber towards the beckoning dance floor. Translation: it’s PARTY TIME!
October’s Prognosis takes off right where we left off with another dose of audio visual debauchery at the hands of some of Australia’s best talent. And who better to start with than one of Australia’s most prolific producers, DJs and all round party gurus, Jamie Stevens. With an exhausting gig and release schedule, including a HUGE new collab on Bedrock, expect another inspiring insight into the mind of one of our biggest musical exports.
The long awaited return of Prognosis’ partner in crime Simon Murphy is next on the agenda as he debuts his exciting new collaborative project, Murphy’s Fabel. Teaming up with dancefloor temptress Fabel, a classically trained musician and talented DJ (who laid down an epic closing set at Prognosis last year), the pair have hit the studio this year with a number of works in the pipeline. This DJ set will fuse the finely tuned tastes of these audiophiles into something special.
Gabriel Gilmour once again takes the stage to show the Prognosis massive why his musical stylings are in such high demand. The Canberra bred artist who now calls Melbourne home was a breath of fresh air on his Prognosis debut and we’re hanging for another dose. Next up, Alex David, a regular at Prognosis and around town, is on board to lay down his take on techno (and dancefloor) shenanigans. Substance founding father Taran M also drops by with a bag of deep progressive goodies that he has been saving for such a momentous occasion.
Rounding out the lineup, Prognosis residents J-Slyde and Aaron Static will be doing what they do best, drinking heavily, dancing inappropriately and laying down some of the finest tunes to grace your ears this millennium. Finally, no Prognosis night would be complete without the visual wizardry of the ridiculously talented Vdmo Kstati who mesmerises all who enter the vortex that is Loop Bar.
Remember: As usual, all of these tantalising treats are served to you FREE of charge. Wear comfy shoes cos you will be boogying until well after you’d promised yourself you’d be in bed. Arrive early cos waiting in line is bad for your soul.
Saturday, 19th October
Loop – 23 Meyers Place, Melbourne CBD