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ABERCROMBIE | Gallery presents Club Expo: Bambounou

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ABERCROMBIE | Gallery presents Club Expo: Bambounou

9:00pm, Fri 15 March, 2024
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Club Expo is back in session at our spiritual home in Eora (Sydney), the Abercrombie.

On March 15th, Club Expo is back in session at our spiritual home in Eora (Sydney), the Abercrombie. This party series always has and always will celebrate the deeper shades of club music and for our first one of the year we’ve locked in an all-star cast from both AUS and the EU. 

Headlining the evening is French artist Bambounou. This will be his only Sydney show off the back of his set at Pitch Festival so don’t say we didn’t warn you. Bambounou’s futuristic interpretations of UK techno, IDM and tribal tunes have seen him dominate across the Northern Hemisphere in recent years, including several sets at Berghain/Panorama Bar, Concrete, De School, Freerotation, MoMA PS1 and Nuits Sonores. Recently, Bambounou took charge of a Residency on BBC Radio 1 and also threw down a monumental Boiler Room performance at last year’s DGTL festival in Amsterdam.  

On main support is the accelerating KSMBA. Since crushing performances at Beyond The Vallery, Lost Sundays and the Official Boiler Room Afterparty in Naarm/Melbourne they’ve now been tapped on the shoulder to play Pitch Festival’s esteemed RA Stage. Expect vortex-like techno that’s soaked with adrenaline. 

Also scoring the night come two of Sydney’s most primed selectors. Firstly Deepa, an FBi Sunset host, founder of Bypass and the thriving Kerfew collective, Deepa feels oh so at home in the booth and is a trusted figure in the Eora dance community. Riding things out in the main room will be label alumni Pinz who’ll take us to curtains with his genre-bending sonic palette of IDM, techno and jungle. 

While upstairs, the Sun Room will flourish courtesy of Eora/Sydney favourite Ari Kiko. Up here, there’s no tune off-limits. Alongside her besties Rakish, Alvi Chung and John Saddleback, Ari will bring pure house party energy. 

As always, come early stay late.


Gallery would like to acknowledge that this event takes place on stolen land. We wish to pay respects to the traditional custodians of this land, the Gadigal people of the Eora nation and their Elders past and present. Attendance is free for all First Nations people. Please email or DM us and we will arrange a free ticket for you.  

This is a celebration of all individuals of all colours, sexualities and personalities. A safe space where we embrace together for the love of dance. It is a community event with a community ethos, look out for one another and treat others with respect. If you feel uncomfortable or witness inappropriate or disrespectful behaviour, please notify door staff, venue managers or security, and it will be dealt with anonymously.