Untitled Group Day Party Returns In 2021 With Willaris.K, Torren Foot, Made In Paris + More.
Following the easing of restrictions announcement yesterday, Untitled Group has just revealed the return of their day parties with Willaris.K & more this March at the Coburg Velodrome. Untitled Group’s day parties have acquired a cult-like following over the years, known for their unique locations, world-class production/stage designs and lineups showcasing the best of local and international talent.
This event will feature an all local lineup including:
Made in Paris
Late Nite Tuff Guy
After a tough 2020 this will give domestic artists the opportunity to get back into performing in front of their home crowds and give Victorians a needed glimmer of hope in the live music realm to look forward to in 2021. Past Untitled Group day parties have included the likes of Claptone, Solomun, MK, Dom Dolla and Patrick Topping.
See the iconic Coburg Velodrome be transformed into a haven of Australian dance music for what’s sure to be one for the books.
Tastemaker and producer Willaris. K had his triple j supported break-out single “Alchemy” back in 2018 and has never looked back. His sophisticated techno has seen him earn fans in Pete Tong, sell-out shows in Australia and play at festivals including Coachella, Splendour in the Grass, Lollapalooza, Beyond the Valley, Wildlands, Forbidden Fruit and more.
Perpetually ahead of the curve, house producer Torren Foot was raised on the working docks of Melbourne’s inner west, and is now a fixture of Aussie club culture as one of the countries most in demand touring dj’s – he recently gained international attention following the release of ‘More Life’ topping #1 Beatport overall, support from tastemakers Adam Beyer, Claptone, Mat.Joe, Wax Motif & Destructo to name a few and A-list radio support from triple j.
Made in Paris
Closing 2019 with her most anticipated single ‘Pursuit’, Made in Paris has dominated radio with full rotation and 100+ spins on Triple J, taking top 30 positions weekly on the Australian Shazam Chart and adds to Spotify editorial playlists globally. From her three USA tours to Australia’s most acclaimed warehouses alongside Stephan Bodzin on his 2019 Australian tour, Pitch Music Festival, Beyond The Valley and Splendour In The Grass, the Sydney artist depicts a true deep and dark production journey from studio to stage.
Late Nite Tuff Guy
Late Nite Tuff Guy is a new breed of disco vigilante, prowling the neon streets on a mission from God / David Mancuso to reclaim the clubs and fuck shit up. The scandalous alter-ego of genuine techno legend HMC (known to his momma as Cam Bianchetti), Late Nite Tuff Guy (LNTG) puts the acrimony in acronym, the oh in disco, the amp in camp and the dang in dangerous.
Recognised by BBC Radio 1’s Pete Tong & tastemakers globally, Jordan’s abilities as a DJ and a producer raise no questions to why he is “a rising star in Australian dance music.” Standout performances at revered festivals Beyond the Valley and Pitch Music & Arts, and being handpicked to share the stage with the likes of Patrick Topping to Jamie Jones, have all contributed to solidifying Brando’s name as one Australia’s most promising dance music exports.
KLP, real name Kristy Lee Peters, is a talented force of the Australian music industry, with credentials that cement her reputation as a multi-faceted industry heavyweight. Between writing and recording her own music, and collaborating with local and international artists, KLP also found time to host the country’s biggest Dance Music radio program, triple j’s House Party every Saturday night for 5 years.
Right on cue for 2019 Choomba came out of the gate with a debut EP that hit #4 on the overall Beatport Release Chart, #2 on the hyper competitive Tech-House Chart, came in at #36 on Australia’s overall Shazam Chart and saw them up for the Triple J Unearthed feature artist spotlight. The follow up single Wantchu took that momentum even further being spot added to Triple J.
Revel in the realm of BRUX – a turbulent force of brooding rhythms and distorted desires of the human psyche. Equally intimidating as alluring, BRUX confronts notions of fate, materialism and the pursuit of pleasure.
Time: 12:00 PM – 10:00 PM (AEDT)
Date: Saturday, March 20th, 2021
Location: Coburg Velodrome
Tickets: Presale Registration
Presale Registration Closes: Thursday, October 29th, 3:00 PM (AEDT)
Presale Tickets On Sale: Thursday, October 29th, 5:00 PM (AEDT)
General Public On Sale: Friday, October 30th, 12:00 PM (AEDT)