303 Sydney Road Nightclub every Saturday nights goes LA BOOM ! The late night dancefloor on the Northside - free before 10pm
Two rooms open untill the early hours of Sunday morning delivering your clubbing needs until the break of day.
The Lounge bar is open from early (happy hour before 11pm) until late with free pool and private booths to relax in.
Get in touch to book a table booth for your birthday - email@example.com
Backroom is open from 11pm - engage the cage - mainroom action till Sunday morning.
LINEUP MARCH 19TH: MOD-PARLOUR / DEAN BENSON / MUSKA / DAN ABEL / WHISPER MACHINE / SLEEPING GIANT / SERENA MELANIE / MR RICHARDS / OLIVIAS
This multi genre artist and exclusive resident to 303’s Northside Cage will be debut this new dark minimal tech house project March 19 with La Boom. Having studied a diploma of electronic music production at SAE, this Victorian local crew up playing in metal/hardcore bands as a vocalist and guitarist
Expect groovy tech house percussion with euphoric vocals and interludes influenced by the likes of Shiba San, Latmun, Shaded, Soundcloup & Sorely.
With a venue history including Circus, 161, Lucky Coq, New Guernica, Revolver, joeysmalls, myaeon, 24 moons, Tokyo Hustle, Greenwood Loft, Good Things, Chasers & Storyville we can expect to see a lot from this new alias on the electronic scene.
A regular DJ for 15 years on the big stages across the land, Dean launched his hypnotic techno project Orpheyo Dragon @ Rainbow Serpent’s Market Stage in 2018 after playing the sound he is synonymous with there for the 5 years prior. This project landed him on many stages across the world, including the world renowned 'Swamp' at Modem Festival in Croatia, Dragon Dreaming and many others.
Dean an avid music selector and passionate enthusiast started off in minimal, electro and house early in his musical exploration. Now when he plays under his own name, he takes the journey away from his Orpheyo raw and hypnotic techno, into the more melodic uplifting realms of techno and progressive.
The energy will still be high, the groove will keep you dancing and as he loves nothing more than to having a blank canvas to create from.
After kindling their passion for House classics together as teenagers, Alex Bachelard and Aris Diacolabrianos banded together to form Whisper Machine. Since the project's inception, the Melbourne based duo have set their sights on bringing their eclectic brand of music and showmanship to the local and international music scene. The boys pride themselves on their love of sharing music and creating an intimate connection with their audience.
Sourcing inspiration from some of house music’s most revered talents including Low Steppa, Josh Butler and Martin Ikin, Whisper Machine aims to weave impeccable production, musicality and creativity into their energetic, bassline driven tracks.
Signed to a record deal with Be Rich Records and having a release on international juggernaut Nervous Records, the boys have an inventory full of hot tracks they can’t wait to share with the world. With big plans and even bigger tunes on the horizon, Whisper Machine are ones to watch in 2022 and beyond.
After 20 years of classical training and having hosted her own lesson studio at the age of 17, Serena migrated from her home state to pursue her electronic music dreams. For the past 3 years she has been the forefront of a rise of female musicians taking the spotlight they so well deserve, co-founding the Sisters of Sound agency and supporting a number of artists in the house and techno scene. With a number of institutions already ticked off her bucket-list including Inflation, Francesca’s, The Industrique, MyAeon, Talk To Me, 24 Moons, The Vineyard, Storyville, Lucky Coq, Hoo Haa, and working closely with the 303 Sydney Road team on their recent reopening, this is only the tip of the iceberg for her future endeavours.
Mr Richards (formally known as Dj Cut n’ Paste) is a Melbourne/Naarm based DJ, school teacher, music and ice-cream enthusiast who has been behind the turntables for 20 years.
With early influences within his family being that of musical theatre, his passion and openness for colourful, bright and energetic performance started at an early age. His DJ career began in 2001 with the investment in his first set of turntables and his involvement in one of Sydney’s most underground warehouse techno parties, Undercurrents in the early 2000’s.
Between now and then, a lot has happened. He has entertained crowds and dancefloors at festivals, parties, events and bars throughout NSW and VIC. WIth his music ranging from slick melodic techno and house, down tempo dub, to scratching and juggling and laying it down in hop hop sets, as well as sunset soundtracks with his unique style of disco and funk, Mr Richards has it covered