March 22, 2019
Australian progressive house and techno label Late Night Music is taking to the road this Summer to celebrate all things festive about the night. As part of a national showcase, the tour will see a local LNM feature artist grace the decks in their home city, supported by label compadres B-tham, Kazuki and Fourthstate.
On Friday the 22nd of March, Late Night Music will be featured as part of the very first edition of ‘Friction’ in Melbourne. Presented by Melbourne’s KISS FM, Friction will grace the darkened rooms of My Aeon in Brunswick, with two rooms of house, techno and progressive music.
Melbourne producer Liam Sieker. headlines the evening, having just released his deep gem of a tune – ‘Good Old Daze’ on Late Night Music. Supporting the evening will be others from the LNM family, including Melbourne’s B-tham – whose infectious remix of Sieker’s track appears on the release – as well as Canberra dons Fourthstate, Kazuki and Gabriel Gilmour. Plus Friction has enlisted some Melbourne heavyweights including Dave Juric, Luke Lawrence and rising star SANCTUM to round out the second room upstairs in what promises to be an evening of quality tunage and proper vibes.
Don’t miss out on this one – we’re absolutely stoked to be able to finish our East Coast label showcase tour in Australia’s own city of music.