Gateway Collective presents
LTR ON // WILLARIS. K - Debut Headline Tour Tickets
11:30pm, Fri 4 May, 2018
Oxford Art Factory, Sydney, NSW
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2ND SHOW 04/05/18
GATEWAY COLLECTIVE PRESENTS '
WILLARIS. K @ OXFORD ART FACTORY '
DEBUT AUSTRALIAN HEADLINE TOUR '
THIS WILL ALSO SELL OUT. SOLID $15. NO GUEST LIST
NEW STAGE DESIGN
With support from the likes of Pete Tong, Linda Marigliano and Stoney Roads. As well as gracing festivals such as Pitch Music and Arts, Laneway, Subsonic, Listen Out, Strawberry Fields, Splendour, Electric Gardens, Rabbits Eat Lettuce, Output and later this year Coachella, Willaris. K will be like none other, a unique experience, expect the un-expected
001/004 WINTER SERIES.
OUR FIRST PHASE OF A SERIES OF EVENTS THIS WINTER.
The legendary Pete Tong of BBC Radio 1 singled out Willaris. K as the next artist to watch from Australia, saying "he has already got something that is really hard to attain. If I listen to an hour of music that was kind of similar to his melodic techno, when his track came on, I would know it was his." Similarly triple j radio in Australia have backed Willaris. K heralding him as one of their 10 Unearthed artists to watch in 2018.
In just over a year, the 24-year-old beatmaker has cemented his place as one of Australia's best new electronic talents. His music blends ambience and melody with heaving, nocturnal beats - it's dark and cathartic in equal measure.
First came 'Alchemy', the debut single that saw Willaris. K break through with airplay on triple j and Sydney's FBi. Before 2017 was through he delivered two more tracks - 'River Song' and 'Dour Nights', which BBC Radio 1's Pete Tong named his Essential New Tune - as well as turning in a remix for Exhibitionist.
"I'm a fly, buzzing amongst the apocalypse and this is my soundtrack"
- Linda Marigliano, triple j
"The future of Australian electronica"
- Stoney Roads