Tuck Shop pres Baked Not Fried – July 23rd @ Killing Time

by J-Slyde


After a huge first installation of Tuck Shop Music Presents: Baked Not Fried at KILLING TIME BAR, its time for round two!

This time we have teamed up with Prognosis to bring you a banging night of FREE techno, progressive and house.

We have gathered a insane bunch of locals, lead by Prognosis’s J-Slyde and Mahala’s Dave Juric. Here’s the full line-up:

J-Slyde (Prognosis)
Dave Juric (Darkbeat/ Mahala)
Danny Dobs (Prognosis)
Mensch (Tuckshop / Black Label)
Phil Moore (Tuckshop)
Chris Usher (Tuckshop)
Hamza (Darkbeat)
Andrew Ong
Junior (George W. Bush Doof)




Killing Time – 11 Chapel St, Windsor.


Sat, July 23rd. 5pm – 1am



by J-Slyde

Technosis April 18 at Loop


The techno warriors have taken siege and are finally getting their way muahahaha!!!

Well that’s not entirely true since Prognosis has an open musical policy and refuses to be bound by genre… BUT… Murphy got sick of people always asking if it was a prog night… Sooo we present a tech-heavy event TECHNOSIS with the usual Prognosis twists and turns. The musical journey will still be there but layered with a healthy dose of techno action!

Firstly, we have recruited one of Australia’s undisputed techno kings, Dave Pham to lead the charge, driving his forklift into the depths of techno tablist territory. Playing alongside him will be techno aficionado Caine Sinclair who always packs a punch. Joining the lads will be Nosis favourite Herc Kass who is back for another fix after a summer filled with festival madness. Making his debut will be local legend Danny Dobs who just got back from an international tour and has a bag of tricks ready to be unleashed. With these warriors at the helm, Loop is set to be treated to a feast of tasty techno beats.

Backed up by residents Aaron Static, J-Slyde and Simon Murphy, the techno takeover will be spliced with loopy warehouse goodness you won’t want to miss. Chief visual conductor vdmo Kstati will be weaving his magic on the big screens and has some new tricks up his sleeve. Get in early… it will be a BIG one!!!

Also, don’t forget to grab your tickets ASAP to catch some of the Prognosis krew playing some Easter beats at Fourcolours – The Prelude alongside Eelke Kleijn!

►►► LINEUP ◄◄◄

Dave Pham
Caine Sinclair
Herc Kass
Danny Dobs
Simon Murphy
Aaron Static

►►► VISUALS ◄◄◄

vdmo Kstati

►►► WHERE ◄◄◄

Loop – 23 Meyers Place, Melbourne CBD
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►►► WHEN ◄◄◄

Saturday, 18th April – 10pm till LATE

►►► PRICE ◄◄◄

100% FREE!!




by J-Slyde

No Fixed Shape May 24th Eflyer

As the days draw shorter and the weather cools down, the Inner City Rolling Committee prepare to warm things up by embarking on their first No Fixed Shape for 2013. Clearly in the mind that dancing to liquid and deep DnB is the best cure for the cold weather, the krew have locked in Friday, May 24th to unleash their unique blend of audio-visual bass-heavy mayhem.

Headlining duties for this round comes in the form of Too Much! front man, David Bass. A key figure in the Melbourne bass music scene, Mr Bass has been seminal in bringing underground bass music to the Melbourne massive for quite some time. Co-running the Too Much! collective the man has hosted and supported acts such as: Lunice, Ramadanman, N-Type, Untold, Ikonika, Oneman, Egyptrixx, Mosca plus many more. Hand-picked for his intuitive ear and vast musical knowledge in all things bass related, we have no doubt that school will be in session the moment David steps up to the decks.

First in line for support we welcome Danny Dobs. Once known as a Pany Snort, Danny has covered more musical ground (and monikers) than most DJs can shake a stick at. Involved in every aspect of the dance music scene from avid punter, to of course DJ, through to event organizer running the Robo-Tech events, the man has shown to be the whole package – a triple threat of awesome musical knowledge, talent and grassroots know-how. With a spirit and love for the scene and music that can only be described as contagious, we welcome Danny with open arms and look forward to hearing him flex his bass-muscles.

Rounding the guest slots off we have young-gun Switchstate. An obsessed DnB fanatic Switchstate has shown with but a handful of gigs a talented ear to bass-driven music well beyond his years. Recently showcased on Elements Radio, the minute we heard him play we knew we had to have him down.

Our rascally team of NFS residents FLIP3K, James Brooke and J-Slyde will also be in attendance doing what they do best – rocking speakers and drinking the bar clean.

Visual duties will be handled once again by the insanely talented Manoeuvre.tv. If you’ve been at any of the last NFS events we’ve thrown you’ll know how mind-bending the visuals have been and understand why we’re so excited to have him back onboard.


David Bass
Danny Dobs
James Brooke




Friday, 24th May – 10:00pm til late


Loop – 23 Meyers Place, Melbourne CBD

PRICE: 100% FREE!!