Silversix is back with another long one for us, just doin’ his thing with this live set recorded from Revolver Upstairs on Sunday 06-03-2011 (5.30pm – 11pm).
Sunshine’s latest elevator ride was mixed exclusively for Suckmusic!. Peering into the darker regions this mix takes you to total madness before letting you out on a fluffy cloud.
Catch Sunshine, Thursdays @ New Guernica, Saturday mornings @ Revolver7am-12pm Saturday nights @ Superdisco & monthly Fridays @ Circus and Tramp.
Ahhoy! Suckmusic & Fun Ticket are having a boat party. God help us! This is going to be lots of fun. We have booked the Victoria Star on Saturday the 2nd of April. It leaves the docklands at 1pm and arrives back at 5pm. Boarding is at 12:30.Tickets are $35 & $25 for Suckmusic Members. First release tickets have sold out. If you wish to secure a ticket send your order through to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Silversix’s second release on Suckmusic – Murder at Midnite is simply, a timeless house track. A melody is always key to a dance track that is remembered. The sax hook is one of those happy yet melancholic tunes that definitely hangs around in your head for a while. Accompanied with strings and an almost reggae off beat piano, the track bounces along with a bouncy Silversix beat.
The remixes of this track complete our strongest release package to date. Chardy’s mix is a club version that has been making dance floors heave, while Heath Renata delivers a big Dubstep remix which is..yeah…tuff! Nick Coleman finishes off the remix duties with a deep, piano driven house vibe.
Although a NZ native, like all good things from the land of the long white cloud Australians have been more than happy to claim Heath Renata as their own. He’s made his mark on the Melbourne club and festival circuit, holding down regular appearances at hotspots like Korova Milk Bar, Sorry Grandma and Room680, as well as featuring at festivals like Summadayze and Winter Sound System.
Heath’s productions continue to develop and impress. Check out his dope ass dubstep remix of Silversix’s Murder at Midnite. TUFF! Nice to see a producer stepping out of the 4/4 realm and giving Melbourne club goers a taste of something a bit different.