NGHTMRE and Slander announce GUD Vibrations Australia/NZ Tour

After lighting up the northern hemisphere with their insanely hyped GUD VIBRATIONS shows, BBE are thrilled to announce that Australia and New Zealand are finally getting a chance to feel the wrath of the partnership that is NGHTMRE and Slander. Prepare for a mammoth 2-hour B2B set from two of the hottest names in electronic music today, and the fun doesn’t stop there as they have curated a collection of the hottest bass acts in the world to complete the line-up… Catch OWSLA legend Valentino Khan, trap lord Yehme2, bass queen Whipped Cream and the unstoppable sisters that have been taking over Aussie clubs and festivals, Kinder.

The GUD VIBRATIONS tour will hit Auckland, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth in mid-April and with tickets starting at an alarmingly reasonable price, this is a tour you’d be crazy to miss!

Bass music powerhouses NGHTMRE and Slander’s astronomical rise to notoriety has not gone unnoticed in Australia, with fans continuously asking when the Gud Vibrations tour would be hitting our shores. Their collaborative efforts have seen them solidifying their names as a force to be reckoned with, with a sold out 34-show American tour and millions of plays on their tracks. NGHTMRE, the darling of Mad Decent has grown to become an international festival superstar, with main stage sets and Las Vegas residencies added to his list of

accolades. The Slander boys have also cemented themselves as a festival staple with shows at iconic stages such as Red Rocks Amphitheatre, EDC Las Vegas and TomorrowWorld.

LA producer, Valentino Khan is the first name to join the support ranks with his boundless and versatile production skills. Not only has he produced tracks for multi-platnium, Grammy award winning artists such as B.o.B, Bruno Mars and Iggy Azalea, in the EDM world he is more known for his releases on Mad Decent and Dim Mak Records. ‘Deep Down Low’ proved to be his biggest hit in 2015, and since then has supported industry heavyweights such as Skrillex, Dillon Francis and Wiz Khalifa.

YehMe2 burst onto the scene in 2017 after his separation from Flosstradamus with a liberating and fresh new sound. Now with full creative control, YehMe2 continues to bend genres with his own take on hip-hop. With unwavering authenticity and artist integrity to match, it’s no wonder YehMe2 has wasted no time in re-building the hype that he deserves.

Hailing from Vancouver Island is Whipped Cream, the next young gun on the line-up. She took 2016 by storm with 5 premieres on Skrillex’s NEST HQ, and drew massive acclaim from her sunrise set at Shambhala Music Festival. Her music may be deep and dark, but her future is bright and Australian fans won’t know what’s hit them when she takes to the stage.

Last but not least, the Kinder sisters have earned their spot on the Gud Vibrations line up, and for gud reason. After slaying their Australian tour, and their sets on the Alison Wonderland Scarehouse Project tour, the girls continue to raise the bar with their effortless djing prowess. How can two girls remain so cool, but continue to bring so much heat?

With a line up this hot, nothing but GUD Vibes and GUD times will be had this April with GUD VIBRATIONS.

Tickets on sale 10am local time on Thursday 8 Feb via:


FRI 20 April – Hordern Pavilion, Sydney
TUE 24 April – 170 Russell, Melbourne
WED 25 April – The Tivoli, Brisbane
THU 26 April – HQ, Adelaide
FRI 27 April – Town Hall, Auckland
SAT 28 April – Metro City, Perth