LUKE MILLION, Reija Lee, Juno Disco, LIFE STRIKE (ALBUM LAUNCH), Chook Race, If So Why, Vale Of Lights

When

7:00 pmSaturday, 14 September

Where

Gasometer

484 Smith St, Collingwood

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For the first time in almost two years, Luke Million brings us his brand new single ‘Heard it On The Radio’ that features Sydney based Asta. Across August and September, everyone’s favourite synth lord Luke Million will be heading out across Australia for another long-awaited headline tour.

To celebrate the new single, Luke makes his return to the circuit, keytar in hand, with an immersive live show in full effect.

Get ready to go on a journey through some of Luke Million’s biggest releases - from the viral sensation of his Stranger Things Theme remix to where it all began with ‘Arnold’.

Hand selected by Million himself, Reija Lee and Juno Disco represent the new generation of dance music. The artists are guaranteed to whip crowds into a funky frenzy and get fans dancing before Luke Million takes the stage.

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Melbourne’s jangly post-punks LIFE STRIKE have returned from the post-apocalyptic future with their debut album, a snarling pop artefact titled “Primitive Future”.

“Primitive Future” is Nick Pratt’s first new album since he parted ways with Melbourne noisemaking legends and Sub Pop recording artists Deaf Wish. After contributing passionate, gnarly songwriting, bass guitar and vocals to the first four Deaf Wish records, Pratt has used LIFE STRIKE as a chance to lean in to the Flying Nun influences of his New Zealand homeland, creating post-punk and garage pop that still retains an undercurrent of menace.

Teaming up with Patrick McCabe of Brisbane’s underground pop-rock legends Dollar Bar, Pratt quickly found a new songwriting foil, the pair arranging each other’s ideas and writing lyrics around McCabe’s concept of a rock band set in a dystopian, post-apocalyptic future.

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