Vivid Music & SPICE Spektrum Closing Party
With the jaw dropping lineup of SPICE SPEKTRUM as part of Vivid Sydney, the brilliant minds behind The Spice Cellar have put together an unforgettable closing party experience at The Spice Cellar.
With a bumper lineup including UK artist, Jay Shepheard and Melbourne’s crown jewel of house and disco Tornado Wallace, the SPICE SPEKTRUM Vivid Closing Party delivers in spades. SPICE has enlisted Sydney’s top talent as support with Murat Kilic, Robbie Lowe, Space Junk, U-Khan and Sam Francisco topping off this excellent line up.
Kicking off at 10pm, The Spice Cellar is your final destination after taking in all that Vivid Sydney has to offer. See The Spice Cellar like never before with luminous lights and amazing decorations as world class acts take you on a musical odyssey.
Jay Shepheard (Retrofit/Compost/Buzzin’ Fly – UK)
With a steady stream of house, disco and techno releases starting back in 2007 Jay Shepheard is now established as a well recognised staple of the genres.
Looking ahead to the latter part of 2013 and early 14 Shepheard has just published the much coveted Louche podcast, has remixes in the pipe for Maurice Aymard & Gui Borrato, Chez Damier, Lets Play House and Loft recordings as well as original releases on Pets Recordings and Retrofit. Continuing tours are planned in Europe, Australia and South America and 2014 will also see the release of the second Jay Shepheard album on Retrofit in spring.
Tornado Wallace (Delusions of Grandeur/Animals Dancing – Melb)
The elusive and enigmatic DJ/producer is discreetly taking on the world with his hybrid of house, techno and disco with the hard-working producer responsible for stand out EPs on labels Delusions Of Grandeur, murmur Instruments Of Rapture under both his Tornado Wallace and Lewie Day guises, all supported by contemporaries such as Andrew Weatherall, Eric Duncan, Tim Sweeney, Matthew Dear and Mr Scruff.
► Murat Kilic
► Robbie Lowe
► Space Junk
► Sam Francisco
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