Suckmusic

Wah Wah Lounge and Suckmusic have joined forces to bring you the next installment of the hugely successful Can’t Stop parties, Can’t Stop Suckmusic Australia Day Eve!

These parties are known for their rocking tunes and great crowd, this is one night not to miss.

Featuring: Orkestrated, Chardy, Nick Coleman, Silversix, Holly J, Reece Low, Damon Walsh, Hey Sam, Eddie Stephens, Clipping, Butters, Markie Mark & Obay and Lamont & Paynting.

Pre sold tickets are $20 available from our ONLINE STORE HERE or at the venue Tuesdays and Thursdays 12pm-6pm and through Wah Wah promoters. More on the door on the night.

See you on the d floor!

Yep, the 3rd addition to Lady Luck & Suckmusic is back with another quality line up.

Chardy vs. Nick Coleman, Stevie Mink, Silversix, Hoops, Butters & Jaydee, Keesh, Some Blonde DJ, Clipping, Cheno, Wes B.

As always, doors open at 10pm with drink specials flowing till midnight.

It has been almost two years since Nick Coleman’s last original release. Having recently signed an album deal with Sweat It Out! with his band ‘Northbrook’, Coleman has been reinventing his sound, a sound which is less serious and lot more fun!

‘Raindance’ however is well…epic. The track took two years to finish and had been shelved by the producer who thought that there was no time and very few places for such an emotional track. This may be the case, or just the opinion of the enigmatic Coleman. Regardless, we think that this is a world class piece of music that is worthy of release.

The track features vibraphone, marimba and percussion, all of which were intricately programmed by Coleman.

Silversix’s remix is a wonderful example of a remix that compliments the original. Emotionally it is a silver lining version of the original, a stripped back, warmer take.

Being influenced by ethnic music styles, Bongo stands out with his Brazilian percussion to uplifting house music, african steel drums to swinging tech-house and italian trumpet riffs to stunning afro-stabs. Bongo’s first EP immediately got picked up by the infamous “Sweat it Out” label (Yolanda Be Cool, Act Yo Age, Ajax, Solo, Vhyce,…) and has been released on the well known “Club Sweat” compilation in april 2011.

His remixes have been been blogged across the web and got air played on Annie Mac’s BBC1 radioshow. As a result of his first EP he gained support from the likes of “Yolanda Be Cool, Solo, Round Table Knights, Mercury, Mowgli, Renaissance Man and many more…”.
His second EP will once again see daylight on Sweat it Out by the end of 2011. To say the least, Bongo is redefining african-latin music in an art-nouveau style with his productions, remixes and sets.