For our twenty-first Compound long-time buddies and music devotees, Ben Fester and Zeus, will be playing together all night long for a 4.5 hour marathon. The pair played together about a year ago at one of our most memorable parties to date, so we’re very excited to have them back at Goodgod.
Fester and Zeus have been busy boys as of late with Fester playing an 8 hour set at Picnic’s ‘One Night Stand’ & holding down a weekly residency with Preacha at The Spice Cellar and Zeus releasing a soothing podcast via Deep House Australia and playing at parties such as Heavenly, Bare Essentials and The House of Mince.
Bring hugs and smiles for your friends/loved ones/fellow strangers.
Enjoy the experience and much love, Compound
Low Ton residents Laprats, Cache One and Baby Face Thrilla are making their Small Club debut this Saturday Feb 28, bringing their unique blend of future rap and bass music with a tonne of special guests, up front and free!
For their front bar debut, the Low Ton crew have called on Seoul-to-Sydney duo Victoria Kim, known for juggling churning rhythms with shredded k-pop vocals in a percussion-heavy balance that is both sultry and raw. Having played alongside the likes of Nguzunguzu, and Templar Sound at Boiler Room in London and attracting the fierce ballroom commentary talents of Qween Beats’ Divoli S’vere. This is a Low Ton guest appearance you’re gonna wanna to waack low to – expect a rare Korean rnb flavour!
Also gracing Low Ton the hood club/rap track selector Moonbase Commander who, after producing for such ghetto fabulous acts as Cakes Da Killa and alongside Sydney’s Frames and Felix Lloyd, will have you throwin’ left right all night.
Low Ton is the Low price of $0. Come drop it at your new home of modern club rap, rnb, bass and everything in between!
STEPHEN MALKMUS + THE JICKS (USA)
Appearing at a number of music festivals this summer, including the majestic Golden Plains in Victoria, songwriting genius Stephen Malkmus is bringing his full band to the Goodgod Danceteria. The man who defined an era of music with his band PAVEMENT will be touring in support of his recently released, casually brilliant album WIG OUT JAGBAGS (Domino Records)
“He’s the longest-running artist who’s never made a weak record.” Rolling Stone