PROGNOSIS ft Phil K – June 27th @ LOOP

by J-Slyde

Prognosis June 2015 Set Times

Prognosis June 2015 Eflyer

Phil K headline’s the June 27th edition of Prognosis along with feature guests Mish’Chief and Sebastian Wild.

And if that wasn’t reason enough to get down, it’ll also be our first run on Loop’s state-of-the-art new Void sound system!

Get ready to be swept away by deep, rich, pulsating bass lines, combined with the peerless, crisp clarity of mid and upper ranges via Void’s innovative, superior quality sound system technology, as heard in Monarch (San Francisco), Joshua Brooks (Manchester) DC10 and Sands (Ibiza).

Phil K
Sebastian Wild
Simon Murphy
Aaron Static


vdmo Kstati


Loop – 23 Meyers Place, Melbourne CBD
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● WHEN ●

Saturday, 27th June – 10pm till LATE


100% FREE!!


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Prognosis joins Fourcolours: The Prelude Announced!

by J-Slyde

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We’re extremely excited to announce that our Prognosis team will join the hugely talented Fourcolours krew to feature in their upcoming run of events for the year.

First event off the rank is The Prelude on Easter Sunday, April 5th, which see’s the official launch of this years Fourcolours journey. Headlining the event will be Eelke Klein, Sesto Sento and Vini Vici whilst Prognosis support will be handled by J-Slyde, Simon Murphy, Dave Juric and Alex Butler. Joining them will be a massive contingent of Melbourne’s finest DJs and producers that are set to cover everything from progressive house through to banging techno and psy trance.

Running from the mid-arvo and well into the late of night, what you can expect is a mind-bending shindig of the highest caliber, offering upfront visuals, some of the most amazing decore you’ll see grace a nightclub, and electronic music at a global level. To say we’re excited about being apart of it all would be one heavy understatement!

Tickets can be secured online here.

Further information on the event can be found here.

Prognosis Persuasions: Simon Murphy

by Simon Murphy

In this new article series we’ll be catching up with featured artists from our upcoming Prognosis events to give you an insight into their musically minded brains. Expect to hear music that’s been getting airplay in their DJ sets, stuff they’ll be planning to play at Prognosis and generally tunes they’ve been vibing off. To open the series, and in the lead up to our December edition of Prognosis, we are very pleased to welcome Simon Murphy! -ED


Tis the season to be merry and the summer season is in full swing here in Melburn town. The festival folk are kicking up dust, the club kids are staying up past their bed times and the vibe around town is one of elated enthusiastic energy.

In the lead up to the final Prognosis event for the year, I thought I’d take some time to share some of the sounds I’m digging at the moment. No particular order, no obvious choices, no particular theme, just tunes I’ve dug up recently that have struck a chord with me musically. So many to choose from, so many missed, a snapshot in time of musical inspirations.

See you at Loop!!

Tom Hades – Theory (Original Mix)

Hades is an artist who I always keep a close eye on due to his diversity and ability to move between sounds and deliver high quality audio artillery. From his darker, staunch techno through to more delicate pieces like this, Hades regularly pops up in my sets and you can hear why… This has summer written all over it.


The Tweakers – Reina Roja (Original Mix)

An inspiring mainstay on the global techno fixture for a long time now, Funk D’Void has earned his place through tirelessly delivering consistently good music, through both his DJ sets and his productions. His label Outpost is one of my all time favourites. Supporting him this year was a huge honour and this tune encapsulates a lot of what I love about his music.


Stephen J Kroos – Kraton (Original Mix)

One listen to this and anybody who has seen my sets at Prognosis will immediately recognise the elements that appear in a lot of the music I play. This track has gritty glitched out sounds amongst captivating melodies and a solid bassline. Fair to say I listened to this on repeat for a while.


Anthony Megaro – Sensation (Original Mix)

A gem I found whilst digging through the deep dark corners of Beatport. This tune brings some of the club sensibilities that fill the airwaves each week at venues across town but has little a twist that shakes things up and keeps me interested where other tunes would have lost me. Definitely summer dancefloor fodder.


11-11 – Indian Summer (Original Mix)

As a long time Guy Gerber fan, when I heard he was teaming up with Diddy to release a collab album, I was initially completely gobsmacked and then quite intrigued. The result? Pretty bloody amazing. There are quite a few highlights on the free album but this one has found its way into my sets a few times. Solid production as always from Gerber. A great early Christmas present.


Gabriel Ananda – Earthed (Original Mix)

One of my all-time favourite producers and DJs, Gabriel Ananda has been one of a handful of artists who have continually inspired the musical direction I have followed. His radio show Soulful Techno has tempted me with tunes I’ve had to wait months to own and his personal output have found their way into lots of my sets. This one isn’t a new one but is one of my favourites for the year and will continue to get air time from me.


Tube & Berger – Imprint Of Pleasure (Adam Beyer Enhanced Dub)

Another tune that is by no means new, but which captured my attention since I first heard it, is this gem from one of the hottest labels of the year Suara. Adam Beyer one of the undisputed kings of techno gives this track a feather touch and creates an enthralling journey through the melodic side of techno. I still can’t get enough of this slow-burning bliss. Quality all the way.


Uone – Connections (Timmus Remix)

The pairing of two Melbourne lads on this tune appearing on Sprout Music is a big thing and the tune delivers the goods. Quirky, bass laden beats with mass dancefloor appeal. Has been pulled out a few times when I’ve played sets needing some lower bpm booty shaking action plus there’s just the right amount of dusty dancefloor action for me.


Deepchild – Haitian Rum Runner (JSTX Remix)

In the last few months I’ve had the chance to play some solid techno all around town and this track has popped up on a lot of those occasions. One of Australia’s most successful exports in the house and techno sphere at the moment Deepchild has had his tune Haitian Rum Runner given a solid techno workout and the result is this stormer. Bass heavy techno beats.


Kiasmos – Looped (Original Mix)

To wrap up the list I’m including a track that hasn’t been played in any of my sets but is more reflective on the type of music I listen to for inspiration. The long awaited release of the Kiasmos album on Erased Tapes, with all its expectation, proved even more amazing than imagined. Electronica fused with classical orchestral mastery and delicate soundscapes into an album of timeless beauty. Olafur Arnalds and Janus Rasmussen pair up on their Kiasmos project with brilliant results. Immerse yourself in this album with a glass of wine and your best headphones.


Hit-up our Prognosis Soundcloud page to listen to the entire selection!

Photo by Noxid Productions

Prognosis December Promo – Mixed by Andrew Wowk

by J-Slyde

andrew_wowkSydney residing, musically talented, all-round nice guy and one of our guest DJs for our December 20th edition of Prognosis, Andrew Wowk, has graced us with an expertly crafted promo mix in the lead up! It’s a seriously delicious affair that blurs the lines between deep melodic techno and progressive infused house – exactly the type of sounds we like to hear at Prognosis!

Here’s what Andrew had to say…
“I am lucky enough to be heading down to Melbourne to play at Prognosis on December 20th, so I put together a mix of some tunes I am liking at the moment that are relevant to the night. It’s not a “here’s all the stuff I’m going to play” type mix…it’s more of a snapshot of some of the things I’m enjoying at the moment that I think fit the Prognosis ethos. Hope you enjoy it!”


Head on over to Soundcloud to download and stream, and ensure your volume dial is set to MAX!

Further details on our December 20th edition of Prognosis can be found here!


by J-Slyde

Prognosis December 2014 Set Times

Prognosis December 2014 EFlyer

With the silly season in full swing the Prognosis krew are gearing up for their inaugural festive Xmas celebration!

Welcoming Thad Lester and Andrew Wowk to the console for their debut performances at Prognosis, along with a return visit from crowd favourite, Gabriel Gilmour – there’s no doubt that this will be the perfect way to usher in the Christmas and New Years break.

Residents J-Slyde, Simon Murphy and Aaron Static pad things out, whilst highly acclaimed visual ninja vdmo Kstati takes the reigns of Loop’s two 30ft screens.

FREE ENTRY as always! First beat drops at 10pm… ensure you get down early and stay late! Christmas is coming early, kids!

:::::::: LINE UP ::::::::

Thad Lester (Rainbow Serpent)

Andrew Wowk (Sydney)

Gabriel Gilmour


Simon Murphy

Aaron Static

:::::::: VISUALS ::::::::

vdmo Kstati

:::::::: WHERE ::::::::

Loop – 23 Meyers Place CBD

:::::::: WHEN ::::::::

Saturday, 20th – 10pm till LATE

:::::::: PRICE ::::::::

100% FREE!!



by J-Slyde

Prognosis Nov 201 Set Times

Prognosis Eflyer - Nov 1st, 2014

Well the year is flying by and the disco calendar is chock full of musical madness. So much so that we’ve moved our October Prognosis show to 1st November!!!

Joining us once again is globe trotting production and DJ powerhouse, Rich Curtis Dj! Going from strength to strength, Curtis has had a string of hugely successful releases on the biggest labels in the bizz. We look forward to seeing what he’ll dish up on this trip to Melburn!

What’s old is new, what goes around comes around. The artist formerly known as Ruckus is back from retirement with a fresh take on the sounds he loves, playing now as Scott Freedman. Also along for the ride is KJ who has played under a few guises over his career and joins us with a wealth of musical knowledge and mad skills to match.

Rounding out the lineup are the residents J-Slyde, Aaron Static and Simon Murphy plus visual magician, vdmo Kstati.

Entry is FREE as always and doors open at 10 (get in early and stay late).

:: LINEUP ::

Rich Curtis

Scott Freedman


Simon Murphy


Aaron Static


vdmo Kstati

:: WHERE ::

Loop – 23 Meyers Place CBD

:: WHEN ::

Saturday, 1st November – 10pm till LATE

:: PRICE ::

100% FREE!!