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New Zealand-via-Melbourne’s favourite electronic R&B duo, Fortunes. return with their surprise EP release, Disc Read Error, out now via Future Classic. A shining example of the duo’s unmatched musical pairing, they have also shared the video for the title track “Disc Read Error”, highlighting yet again their vibrant visual aesthetic coupled with their dance inducing music.
A release made for the live domain, Fortunes. will take Disc Read Error to the stage again from late May, announcing today shows across New Zealand and Australia. Kicking off in NZ, they play at Auckland’s Neck of The Woods on Friday May 24th, followed by Wellington at Meow on Saturday May 25th. The following week they touch down on Australian soil, heading to Sydney’s The Chippo on Friday May 31st and following up in Melbourne at the Northcote Social Club on Saturday June 1st.
Over the April public holidays, Touch Sensitive (Michael Di Francesco) will fire up your free time with his Endless Weekend Tour. Join Australia’s favourite pizza guy as he ignites the stage with bass in hand and keyboard in tow from Good Friday to Easter Sunday and Anzac Day eve, at some of the country’s most iconic live venues, promising his slew of groove-drenched hits and high energy. Returning to accompany Michael on stage is his full live band, featuring Californian funk-maker Harriet Brown.
Kicking the endless weekend off on Friday, April 19 at Melbourne’s 170 Russell, Touch Sensitive will then back things up at Adelaide’s Lion Arts Factory on Saturday, April 20 before venturing north to Brisbane’s The Triffid on Sunday, April 21. Returning Wednesday, April 24 to The Metro Theatre in Sydney, fans can lose themselves to his signature nostalgia-tinged disco-house before the tour finale electrifies Perth’s Jack Rabbit Slims on Friday, April 26.
Joining him on the road and warming up the crowd across all shows, are none other than Melbourne’s own Billy Davis & Sydney producer/vocalist CLYPSO.
Described as Future Classic’s “spirit animal”, Touch Sensitive is arguably one of the country’s most beloved producers and live performers. With another stellar year of new music to come, be sure to grab tickets and spend your weekend right with the full live experience of Touch Sensitive this April.
Melbourne singer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist G FLIP takes on her biggest headline tour ever, this May.
With an ever-expanding catalogue of electro-pop gems, from triple j staples ‘About You’ and ‘Killing My Time’, to brand new tracks ‘Bring Me Home’ and ‘Drink Too Much’, G Flip has risen from bedroom producer to immense success in just a short year. On New Years Eve, she blew audiences away with her cover of ‘Proud Mary’, performed live under the sails of the Sydney Opera House.
Her rapid ascendance has seen G Flip play standout sets at major festivals around the world, and chalk up more than 25 million global streams. She’s been championed by Beats 1, BBC Radio 1, KCRW and NPR and is one triple j’s most played artists for 2018.
“G Flip’s set was so inviting and varied, so funny and meaningful, that it’s hard to not to see a star in the making.” – LA Times
“a spry and springy hookfest that burrows into your subconscious in a matter of seconds.” – NPR
Unfiltered and driven, G Flip’s live show and on-stage banter are uniquely engaging. See the ground-breaking talent of this rising star in full flight, bursting onto stages this May.