Radium — Jordan Brando + Luke Alessi
This week’s edition of Radium promises to scorch the masses. Take a load off, immerse yourself in sound, and sneak upstairs into the warm comforting embrace of Jordan Brando + Luke Alessi, with support from Baz.
Melbourne born-and-raised DJ & producer Jordan Brando constantly turns heads with his musical ambidexterity and far-spanning range of talent, heating up dance floors across the globe.
The impressive depth and breadth of his musical style is demonstrated through 2 full-length EP’s on Shall Not Fade and a single on No Art. Jordan’s original productions and remixes have heavily featured on dance charts around the globe and his talent recognised by international taste-maker Pete Tong—who requested Jordan to feature on his infamous BBC Radio One show All Gone Pete Tong.
After a string of standout performances across Australia, New Zealand and at ADE, Jordan has solidified his name in the dance music community, and is one of Australia's most promising dance music exports.
Influenced from an array of different styles, Luke’s music intentionally blurs the lines between house, electro, indie dance, afro, prog and techno via synth lines that bend your mind, hooks that get stuck in your head for days and underlying, funky grooves that keep your body locked in on the dance floor. Striving to create music that's designed to take you elsewhere, even if just momentarily, it’s no surprise to see his tracks circulating the rounds of ID groups as they pop up in new corners of the world.
BAZ hailing from Nipaluna/Hobart has swiftly become a staple in Hobart’s nightlife. BAZ supplies the best current music with hard hitting baselines, upbeat tempo’s and an immersive experience.
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