The Australian vibe maker will play on Friday 24th with support from Irish duo, Kilnamana
The producer and DJ is set to play Ireland for the very first time since dropping his album ‘Visions’ in September. Noting how its been four years since his last hit single, ‘Pizza Guy’, he says: “I’ve always had a two or three year gap between releases, so why break the tradition now?”
No less, Touch Sensitive gives a supreme slice of Slow Motion House, armed with a swaggering bassline, syncopated synthesizers and hands that pretty much clap themselves. Speaking about his new material: “It was fine line between sounding like right now and it being a bit more ambiguous as to when it was made...[Besides], today’s techniques are gone tomorrow”.
The artist’s affiliation with Future Classic now sees him penned in with labelmates Hayden James, Flight Facilities, Flume, Chet Faker, Charles Murdoch and Anna Lunoe. Pairing well with Kilnamana on support, both acts are sure to don electro synth-pop shoes for the occasion.
Tickets are €13.50 including booking fee and are on sale now from www.ticketmaster.ie. Doors open at 11.00pm. Over 18’s. ID required.
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