Another hotly-requested trivia, finally making its debut!
We’re doing Bob’s Burgers trivia, checking how deeply you know the Belcher family and their four seasons of patty-flippin’ and local adventures.
This one’s hosted by Goodgod Trivia extraordinaire Elisha May as well as the wonderful Melanie Dinjaski.
Free entry and first questions from 8pm. Get in early for best tables and enjoy the hard work of our own burger chefs over at Jonkanoo!
Sydney’s Gordi launches her latest single, ‘Nothing’s As It Seems’ in the Danceteria!
Influenced by classic folk icons like Carole King, Paul Kelly and Joni Mitchell and their modern counterparts in The Tallest Man on Earth, Asgeir Trausti and Laura Marling, 21 year old Gordi’s familiar yet new songs cover a broad emotional spectrum.
Over the past 12 months, Gordi has played dozens of shows along the east coast, including an extensive run of dates in regional areas, a nod to her upbringing on a farming property in central western NSW. In that time, she’s supported fast rising Aussie acts including Dustin Tebbutt, Saskwatch, Husky and Steve Smyth.
DJ GODFATHER (USA)
+ SIMON CALDWELL
Red Bull Music Academy returns this October, with Detroit ghetto-tech pioneer DJ Godfather at the controls. Having held down as a lecturer when RBMA hit London in 2002, and taken Detroit’s Red Bull Thre3style turntablism crown in 2013, the legendary producer and performer finally hits Australia under the banner of RBMA’s Club Night series.
Godfather’s discography runs as deep as his influence. DJing at 15, by 18 he was dropping his first solo release – Work Dat on his own Twilight 76 Records in 1996. His fusion of Detroit techno with Miami bass was the genesis of the ghetto tech sound, a resolutely underground form of relentless bass music which he’s driven for close to two decades since. That sound has taken him out of Detroit and around the world, off the back of countless releases across his four labels, excursions through house and juke, and remix duties for artists as varied as Fatboy Slim, Dizzee Rascal and Westbam.
To join the national RBMA party with DJ Godfather, RSVP for free entry is essential. It’s first come, first served, so get there early to ensure your place on the dancefloor. Click here to RSVP.
One of Australia’s most talented and progressive music companies, and Goodgod favourites, Astral People, are throwing a fundraiser for beyondblue, an organisation that aims to reduce the impact of depression and anxiety Australia-wide. Astral are going to be taking over the Danceteria with a dream team of Back-2-Back sets from locals and internationals.
“In an effort to further the awareness of mental illness and its underlying effect on the community, Sydney touring group Astral People are proud to announce this year’s late-night club fundraiser in a series that has amassed over $8000 towards mental health initiatives.
Taking place on Friday October 24th, an incredibly strong lineup of local and international talent have donated their time to perform, with 100% of proceeds going towards beyondblue, The National Depression Initiative.
As a management company that works with artists and friends that suffer from mental illness, this is an issue close to home for all of us and we can’t wait to share this dance with you for this amazing cause. Please give generously on the night and lets not keep this issue swept under the rug any longer. Your pocket change could mean the difference to someone’s life.” – ASTRAL PEOPLE