We have no November party this month as we are holding our monthly Revolver Upstairs party a week early. Residents Doakes, Lucille Croft, Sophia Sin & Nick Coleman
are in the house along with guest DJ Rob Stag. Rob has some tracks coming out on the label so we thought we would get him down and get him to test out his tracks on YOU! Get the kicks out, its going to be a big night.

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This months Revolver Upstairs we have guest DJ’s and producers Reece Hart & Tom Prefect. The guys killed it at our xMas bash last
year with a ripper set and we are looking forward to hearing what tunes are rocking their world atm. Residents Doakes, Sophia Sin and Nick Coleman
join them this month. See ya on dance floor.


This month’s Suckmusic Revolver party we have up and coming producer Nutrition join us, along with DJ Eastie who will be spinning some records with label boss Nick Coleman. Lucille Croft & Doakes’ sets of late have been destroying the front room so strap yourself in, its going to be a big one! As always, Suckmusic guestlist is available before 1am so come and join us a little early for some drinks.

Im sure that there is nothing greater than the feeling of love.  And suddenly, years will pass, and i begin to Think About You again. And if it comes and stays, then i shall live in this wonderful world with you. And if it leaves me, i will hurt…as much as i did the last time. Either way, i feel alive when your in my breath. TT

T-Rek has never given a fuck. He has always done his own thing. He is an innovator, a creative mind, whos early dance records lay origin to the ‘Melbourne Sound’. A real musician, drummer, guitarist, singer, tweaker, hardware, software, producer and DJ. We are proud to present the next wave of T-Rek.

“Still Born Monsters is a song I’ve had kicking around in various states of production for several years.   Some of the music in the track comes from a live onstage jam at Revolver Upstairs with the ’T-Rek & The Freakshow Disco Community Group’ live band line-up of 2008.  It’s a long psychedelic/guitar/disco/drone/boogie kinda thing that moves through several different sections, and is one of my favorite songs that I have never gotten around to finishing and putting out.  I haven’t released much in the way of club music for a couple of years, and have for a while now wanted this to be my next single, as it in equal parts references where I have been at musically in the past, but ties equally to where my current club music production is heading.  It also strongly references two of my favourite producers of dance music, Moodyman and Queens of the Stone Age.” – T-Rek.

suckmusic-july2015_coverThis month our guest is producer/DJ Michaelis (Boogie Beats) joins the Suck crew. His first release on the label Hold It Down appears on our In The Clubs Volume 7 Compilation. We look forward to more Suck releases from this talented producer. Come down and join the party this Friday, we kick off in the front room at 12 midnight. Use Suckmusic Guestlist in the door for entry 😉