Queen’s Birthday Luminescent Tribal Techno Party With BINARY LIVE

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Queen’s Birthday Luminescent Tribal Techno Party With BINARY LIVE

By Royal Command: you must break out the boogie this Queen’s Birthday.

Hitting the dancefloor and finding your groove will come easy this Queen’s Birthday long weekend as BINARY LIVE head up a strong roster of DJs for a takeover of Brazen Lot. And a takeover it truly will be as the recording slash film studio will not only see its space turn into a heaving dancefloor but it will also be transformed into a Pandora-inspired luminescent world.

And just like the Na’vi, you too can glow in the night as a body painter will be on hand to colour and make you shine bright while cutting shapes, breaking out the footwork and praising the Queen, your god, or the DJ for the techno rhythms infecting your body.

Headlining the night is BINARY LIVE. The duo consists of Sydney club legend and one of Australia’s greatest DJ exports Johnny Gleeson—the man manned the decks at Pacha Ibiza for four years—and multi-instrumentalist Paul Wheeler whose skills have seen him play at festivals, most notably Burning Man. Together they will go four-to-the-floor and dive deep into techno to surface and elevate the crowd into the euphoric with hints of jazz and blasts of trumpet for an unrivalled night of dance.

Joining BINARY LIVE will be Taras, Jack Kennedy, Moritzio, and Chris Theo and Will who will all be in the booth dropping more splashes of jazz, funk and soul with house, deep tech and melodic techno in the mix as well.

And remember, the booth and the dancefloor are at Brazen Lot’s recording studio so you can expect quality, crisp and the full range of sound that comes with the best equipment. Brazen Lot’s The Reservoir Room is fast becoming the venue of choice for live music performances in Sydney.

But for when you need a breather, you can go and get lost amongst the 3D visuals being projected in one of the adjacent rooms. Sit back with a drink from the bar and let the kaleidoscope of colour wash over you as the beat and the dancing feet keep the night pulsing until late.

Start stretching and perfect your go-to sway and bop because this is one night that the music will not only deliver—it will save your soul.

Taking place on Sunday 13 June, doors to this Queen’s Birthday long weekend dance party with BINARY Live open at 8pm and tickets cost just $50.

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