smalltown with Ben Klock, Jennifer Cardini + Mind Against
251 Collins Street, Thornbury
Sat 11th May
12PM - 11PM
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Ben Klock, Mind Against, Jennifer Cardini. Techno. Warehouse.
You are not alone, we feel it too…
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Presented by the team from B3, smalltown will be more than a techno event. Taking place in Melbourne's North, this party will feature state-of-the-art stage and lighting designed by John Fish, Funktion-One sound by Full Throttle Entertainment, plus a creative direction rarely experienced within the realm of dance affairs.
Exact location to be revealed two weeks prior.
Thunderous. Cavernous. Immense. Rolling. Those are just some of the adjectives you can use to describe the disturbance in airwaves that Ben Klock musters. He wields his tracks like a sharply trained ninja, throwing them down in a way that activates dance floors to their full potential. There is a reason he is resident at Berghain: he is the directly connected to the source. Stop it, don’t even argue. No one does it better than Ben Klock. Mind Against
Cerebral. Intense. Perspicacious. Deep. It’s very apt that this Italian brother duo features the word ‘Mind’ in their production moniker: their music is deep explorations of the grey matter variety, and much of what they do mull over the philosophy of life. They are a large cog in DJ Tennis’ Life & Death stable, they feature heavily on Tale of Us’ Afterlife parties, and they title their productions after cosmic and mythological concepts like ‘Elysium’, ‘Pulsar’, and ‘Solaris’. Mind Against will envelop you with the thickest, warmest blanket of bass you have ever experienced.
Warm. Epic. Post-punk. Garage Techno. If you don’t like the direction where music is heading, stay the course and carve your own niche into musical consciousness. This is precisely what Jennifer Cardini did. She has been around for a hot minute, doing her thing in an unassuming way, sticking to her own vibe and never settling for less. She goes on to create Correspondent Records, inadvertently creating a whole new subculture of music that is equal parts cool as it is functional and different. If you don’t know Jennifer Cardini’s music then for the love of God get your head out of the clouds and pay attention.