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11:00pm, Sat 1 March, 2014

Event Details

Space is the Place return after a cosmic journey to the far reaches of the observed universe and beyond. The mission: find and bring back to Earth fresh new sounds and alien technology. The purpose: to unlock the ancient secrets left behind by our ancestors.

Landing back on Earth on 1st March at Goodgod Small Club, SITP presents music selector extraordinaire, and probably the best DJ you never heard, for the very first time in Australia...


Kutmah started his musical life in Los Angeles, where he lived for 12 years. This period was seminal in shaping his musical aesthetic, and where he ultimately made a name for himself as a talented underground artist & DJ. In 2004 he founded the celebrated clubnight 'Sketchbook', which forged fundamental roots of the now-infamous LA beat scene, hosting then up and coming artists such as Ras G, Daedelus, GLK, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Teebs and Flying Lotus.

Since his time in LA, Kutmah has relocated back to England and currently resides in London. He now holds down a show on NTS Radio, and has furthered his reputation as one of the most fearless selectors around, earning respect from heavyweight djs such as Gilles Peterson and club nights such as Fabric and Boiler Room.

Kutmah is now at it again and touring across the world, he's been playing shows with J-Rocc, The Gaslamp Killer, Flying Lotus, Gonjasufi, Dabrye and many more.

In support, joining the resident crew, The Jazz Diaries, a brand new label coming to you via a close-knit collective of artists from Sydney and abroad. The label's first release by Sydney artist Jitwam, set the musical path ablaze with support from Gilles Peterson, Andrew Jervis and Brainfeeder's Matthewdavid, who not only mastered his debut release, but also handles digital distribution of The Jazz Diaries via his label Leaving Records out of Los Angeles.

Kutmah is supported by The Jazz Diaries and Space is the Place DJ's, at Goodgod Small Club, 55 Liverpool St. Chinatown, Sydney CBD