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Sydney Headspace launch: Severed Heads Tribute Party

To celebrate the 20th birthday of Australia’s long-running electronic music collective, Clan Analogue are launching their new compilation Headspace with a series of free parties! Headspace is a lovingly crafted tribute album to the legendary Severed Heads, with Clan Analogue’s artists reinterpreting their favourite tracks from this seminal Australian electronic music act.

The SYDNEY Headspace party kicks off at 8pm on Saturday 16th of June at the Sly Fox Hotel, 199 Enmore Rd, in Enmore.

The lavish line up includes Actual Russian Brides, Telafonica, Lunar Module, Grime+Jones (a new collaboration between Kazumichi Grime and Andrew Jones, formerly of Telemetry Orchestra), Aeriae, Data Transmit and DJs Foxbat, Baby Swindle and Michael MD. And who knows, there could be the possibility of a guest of honour…?

Visuals are integral to any Severed Heads tribute and we are honoured and somewhat amused to have Ed Leckie from LZX Industries bringing along his now world famous modular video synthesizer! Fresh from NAMM, this phenomenally successful piece of locally designed gear is a treat to behold. Rumoured to also be preparing footage to mix are stalwarts Morph and Squiggle.

The night starts with a radical DJ set, heads into bands, heads back to DJs, heads severed, heads roll until 2am. Happy hour of $3 drinks from 8–9pm. Free entry, cosy surrounds and great sounds.

Headspace is an epic, connoisseur album with 18 killer tracks and will be spun and available on the night.

Headspace is available through MGM Distribution in classic CD jewel-case format, as well as digital download from iTunes, Bandcamp and Amazon.

The Melbourne Headspace party at Horse Bazaar went off with a beep in May. Winduptoys, Actual Russian Brides, Philosophy Of Sound, and DJ Reductionist revelled in a warm crowd. Tables were moved for dancing which went on into the small hours, with a fresh influx of late-night Italian artists from Next Wave Festival getting down to ‘Dead Eyes Opened’. Don’t miss the Sydney Headspace party in June!

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