So Hot This Week: 11 August
Chinese Laundry is hosting the return of Techno legend Oliver Huntemann. One of the world’s most renowned names will be doing a 3-hour extended set in the Laundry Room. Head to Chinese Laundry between 9pm and 4am. Tickets are $30-43.
Suburban Bukowskis is launching their new “Last Chiko Roll in a Run Down Tuck Shop” by doing a set and then telling you to spend the next 40 minutes trying to purchase something online, because the interwebs has screwed up everything. This is on from 7-10pm at The Townie and it’s entirely free.
To celebrate Sun Xun’s first Australian solo exhibition, the MCA is screening 10 of his animations, made between 2003–2017. Following this screening, a Q&A will be led by Yanping Zhang, Project Officer, China Studies Centre, University of Sydney, who will reflect on some of the themes and ideas explored in Sun’s work in the context of Chinese contemporary art. Free entry.
Johnny Hunter are proud to announce their upcoming partnership with “Break Even Recordings” for the launch of “1995”.There will be local artists showcasing their works, fashion stalls by Svrgn, a few free tins of Frank Strongs, DJ’s and an exclusive surprise for all in attendance. Celebrate with free entry at The Lord Gladstone from 5pm-12am.
Oxford Underground and Brighter days present DJ Slyngshot for the first time in Sydney. Sydney DJ Ben Fester & Brighter Days own Lewba will also be in the mix. On sound system duties Oxford Underground are bringing in a monster 4 point D&B sound system to provide you with a night of total clarity and pumping tunes. Tickets are $25.
Image courtesy of Museum of Contemporary Art Australia.