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Carl Cox, Bush Records and Hardware present


4:00pm, Sun 24 April, 2016 - 1:00am, Mon 25 April, 2016

Event Details

In April of 2016, Carl Cox will present the first installment of his 'Pure' event in Australia. Taking place in Melbourne and Sydney, 'Pure' will showcase players from the global techno and house movements and will feature Carl's favourite peers, as selected and programmed by him and Eric Powell of Bush Records.

In a global market where techno is enjoying a resurgence, Carl Cox has been a spearhead forging boundaries through his work in Ibiza and globally with his Carl Cox Global radio show. Wanting to present a taste of those experiences to Australia, Carl's mission is to support the techno and house community in Australia with an event of Pure electronic music with a no fluff attitude.

ANZAC Day Long Weekend
Saturday 23 April - Hordern Pavilion, Sydney 4pm - 1am (18+ ID Required)
Sunday 24 April - Shed 14, Melbourne 4pm - 1am (18+ ID Required)

Carl Cox
Joseph Capriati
Eric Powell

Mike Callander + Scott Freedman (MELBOURNE)

Tickets on-sale: Thursday 18 February

Carl Cox
One of the most charming DJs in the business. A world musical ambassador, a champion of techno, a dance music pioneer, label owner, rev head and he proudly calls Australia home. Carl has broken most barriers, played some very special venues and festivals. He has been djing since he was fifteen, all eyes have always been on Carl Cox and in Ibiza, all roads lead to Space on a Tuesday. 2016 is going to be a unique year for Carl, it is Carl's final year as a "Space" resident and it is the inaugural year for his techno event "PURE". Carls NYD event in Melbourne was amazing, sold out well in advance, Carl delivered yet another incredible techno set. Carl has been talking about "PURE" for three years - the time is now!  For more information on Carl Cox, go to:  www.carlcox.com // www.facebook.com/carlcox247 // twitter.com/Carl_Cox // instagram.com/carlcoxofficial


Joseph Capriati
Joseph is and foremost a DJ. He has also well and truly established himself as one of techno's most interesting producers with releases on Adam Beyer's Drumcode and remixing the classic Joey Beltram's "Slice" with Carl Cox on Eric Powell's Bush records. It only seems like only yesterday that Capriati was the new kid on the block when he started his "Music On" residency in 2012. He has since gone on to become one of Italy's biggest techno exports and one of the genres big hitters. A charismatic and instinctive DJ, he has played at the best venues and festivals around the world, PURE will be Josephs Capriati's first time in Australia and the techno community is excited.  For more info, go to: twitter.com/josephcapriati // www.facebook.com/JosephCapriatiOfficial 


Format:B's club anthem 'Chunky' was named third best song of 2015 in Mixmag's Top 100 Tunes end of year list. The German originally released the track on the Formatik imprint in late 2014. After racking up 2.5 million plays, the track was signed by the Ministry of Sound, who gave it a mainstream re-release in November 2015. The Ministry commissioned a funny and distinctive video for the track, which helped it gain frequent MTV airplay, saw it placed as the third most shazzamed track in Ibiza this year gaining them countless new fans. Format:B have been bubbling under the surface for years after a string of beatport no.1's from 2009 to 2013. With "Chunky" going Top 10 in the UK and being featured as Annie Mac's Track Of The Day in October, it has also topped the Australian ARIA club charts in December so it is no surprise that 2015 has been his most successful year to date. Format:B have a big year ahead of them in 2016, and their remix of Martin Solveig's '+1' has already hit the clubs.  For more info, go to: www.facebook.com/FORMATBofficial 


Propelling Down Under techno and house into the world's clubs with classics such as Phreakin', LSD and 6AM in the mid-90s, DJ HMC (Cam Bianchetti) is rightly hailed as the 'godfather of Australian techno'. DJHMC is called the godfather of Australian techno for a reason. He and the labels Juice and Dirty House were responsible for his hometown Adelaide's title of 'Australia's Detroit'. He hit number one on the German dance charts in 1995 with Dirty House's first release Phreakin'. He has just concluded yet another tour of Europe having made is fourth consecutive appearance at Berlin's infamous Berghain in as many years. DJHMC has just launched an all new label 'reflector' which will be a platform to release his re-mastered back catalogue and to also feature his most recent work. The world is his, and he has embraced it whole-heartedly as the world has embraced DJHMC; once again to prove why he is one of the most talented techno and house DJs to ever grace the turntables. 


Techno lover and 'Bush Records' label owner, Eric can always be depended on to deliver on the decks. Now a veteran of the turntables his enthusiasm for techno with a slice of funk has never wained. Born in Manchester, educated in Detroit, Chicago, New York and Berlin and a local in Melbourne, Australia.