Gallery presents

Gallery Turns 4
Sat 03/8

Ft. Human Movement
Doors open 9pm

On Saturday, August 3rd we’re taking over Eora’s Liberty Hall to celebrate another lap around the sun. Every Bday, we focus on lineups that are Gallery through and through, a snapshot of our roster from the past, present and future. An extra special party means we’ll be bumping in additional production to make it shine.

Please meet our stellar cast of artists for the Eora leg: Human Movement, Oots, Claire O’Brien, Tom Bruce + Cleo, Jai Piccone, & Mincy.

Power couple Tom Bruce + Cleo will kickstart things with their spritely blend of soulful and housey rollers. Seasoned professionals at creating superb vibes for parties to thrive, these two will have us off on the right foot.

Next comes Northern Rivers-based songwriter/producer Jai Piccone. After releasing 2 EPs with him over the last 12 months we thought it fitting he flexed some of the faster rhythms on his USBs. Don’t let his originals fool you, there’s an untapped palette of dance in Jai’s arsenal.

Up third is Naarm selector Claire O’Brien, a lady no stranger to curating gorgeous mixes. A label owner herself (Ode) and a long-time resident of Nomad Radio, Claire knows what it takes to get a dancefloor properly pumping. Over the trip, Claire has supported the likes of Mall Grab, Tommy Holohan, X-Coast, Lauren Hansom and more and we can’t wait to have her spin with us.

From here we head into UKG and hard house courtesy of Human Movement. With the drop of his Subtle EP imminent and fresh off a tour of New Zealand, he’ll be serving up prime club cuts across a heated 90 minutes. Witness the resurgence of one of Australia’s longest-standing club projects IRL.

As we dip into the later hours, Oots takes the reins. A burgeoning star of Naarm’s techno and hard groove scene, Oots has had his tracks played by Skin On Skin, VTSS, Mall Grab, Sam Alfred and DJ Heartstring. Keep an eye out for his Lost Boy EP rolling out over the next few months.

While bringing us home is Extra Spicy label owner and Harbour City favourite Mincy. With an eclectic taste for quicker-paced genres such as speed garage, techno and rave, she’ll carry you into a new day – all gas, no brakes.

Like we always say, come early and dance til late.

Big love,