Adi Toohey


If you’ve hit the town in the past 12 months, there’s a high chance you’ve had a boogie to one of Adi Toohey’s DJ sets, or you may have experienced firsthand her work behind the scenes with party planners Picnic Touring and Events. Or perhaps you’ve caught her surfing the airwaves at FBi Radio in the coveted Saturday Sunset slot. Armed with a hefty bag of wax spanning the history of house music and its roots in disco, funk and soul, collected from digging expeditions all over the world, Adi knows how to get feet tapping both on and off air.

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Ariane is a dance-floor miracle. Sharp of mind, wit and wardrobe, her style behind the decks is at once distinguishably focused and exceptionally eclectic, encompassing all spectrums of the party realm. After travelling around the country during her Gay Bash, Health Club and Shameless days, Ariane regularly holds things down at Harpoon Harry's, Heaps Gay and 90s party The Rhythm of the Night. A former host of Arvos and Sunsets on FBi Radio Ariane is now one of the producers of the iconic ABC TV show Rage. Her sets will grab you by the hips, invite you to dance, and dazzle.






In a world where indie guitar music has grown sullen and predictable, Bad//Dreems have emerged from the Adelaide underground with heart on your sleeve rock and roll – three honest chords, a driving beat and ragged vocals, creating one of the most exciting guitar acts in the country. Their authentic marriage of unpretentious songcraft, melody and raw energy as expressed in their hit singles “Dumb Ideas,” “Hoping For” and “Hiding To Nothing” have seen them share stages with acts as diverse as Cosmic Psychos, The Preatures and Wavves. 

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Black Vanilla


What started as a strictly ‘live only’ concept quickly transformed into something not only for the club but also the bedroom, car or wherever you get the urge. The trio of Lips, Lockheart and DJ Plead has been making bodies sweat around the world individually for a while now via their various bands solo projects, only to finally come together as Black Vanilla mid-way through 2011. Over the past four years, Black Vanilla has tucked several releases between the sheets, toured nationally with its own EP launches and even appearing at the much-esteemed Boiler Room.

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Sydney based artist BUOY explores the space between ethereal pop through to the darker shades of ambient electronic music, with use of textured synths, intricate sampling and her striking vocal work. Her debut EP Immersion was released in 2015 and received widespread support from tastemakers like Oyster, Pigeons & Plans and Pilerats, amongst many others, with the singles added across community radio, featured on triple j Unearthed and spun on BBC Radio and KCRW. Her video for “Don’t Want To See You” was added to Rage and led to her nomination for Channel [V]’s DISCOVER artist for June.

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Commonly known as Australia's First Lady of Disco, Club DJ and Radio announcer CC:DISCO has been spreading the good gospel across dance floors and over the airwaves since 2010, and has firmly secured her place in one of the most respected cities in the world for underground music… Melbourne, Australia.
Having played some of the worlds biggest dance music festivals, she's no stranger to a heaving crowd. Her unflinching ability to command a dance floor with her eclectic signature disco, boogie and house sets has made her a sought after international DJ.

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The Completely Boys


Small rooms, low ceilings, smoke machines. Shifting silhouettes, raised arms – The Completely Boys make music firmly aimed at the late night dance floor. A collaborative project from Sydney-based producers Andrew Boon (aka Sydney club staple Frames) and Tom Gilmore (one half of B.O.O.M.A. and Game Boy project Ten Thousand Free Men & Their Families), the duo make loopy, hypnotic and nuanced long-form club music. With a bevy of tracks collecting under their belt, the release of both their Boy’s Zone & Heartbreakers EPs have led to airplay on triple j, FBi and Triple R.


Cruisin' Deuces


The Cruisin' Deuces were born out of a love of traditional Honky-tonk, Western Swing and Rockabilly music. Hailing from Sydney's Inner West, the group blend the southern twang of Telecasters with crying steel guitars and driving bass. The Rev. Dr. Z's (lead guitar) soulful voice and burning solos blend with the mournful wail of the pedal steel and bring the sounds of Texas, Memphis and Nashville to Sydney for a hootenanny you'll never forget. 

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