scenescollective presents...


11:45pm, Fri 27 May, 2022

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Event Details

SCENES. returns to Oxford Art Factory. After a previous sell out show, we are back for more. Welcoming Melbourne/Naarm selectors, SWIM and Escape Artist, alongside another solid squad, we are in for a night of pure energy as they take turns on the AUX. 

Setting a strong demeanour amongst the vibrant electronic landscape, Escape Artist is en route to our very own & iconic Oxford Street to exhibit a fine ethereal music selection. Sitting comfortably on the roster at the most recent Pitch Music & Arts festival, Escape Artist has successfully made a name within the scene. Playing alongside some of the most influential; Skin On Skin, DJ Seinfield, DJ Boring, CC:Disco, X Club, JamesJamesJames, and many more, prepare yourself for the electrifying noise provided. 

To complement, and further manifest the intrinsic emotions of electronic sound, SWIM returns to Oxford Art Factory to resume his travels through the spaces of techno, house and emotiva electronica. SWIM is not only a skilled button pusher, but an incredibly talented producer and engineer, with various critically acclaimed independent releases, with his most recent EP being Year on Years. 

Sydney/Eora’s very own Flexy Ferg is in charge of the warm up, heating up the main room with a signature display of house, techno and disco selections. 

To cut the ribbon for the gallery we have Naarm-based selector Niamhzk, followed by Madami, a familiar face following her debut at Lost Sundays in support of Harvey Sutherland. Into the later hours, partners in crime Goose and Ruumz, curators of Animal-House take over. Finally, we have FBI Radio host Red Rey closing out the Gallery incorporating their signature song selection, costuming, make-up and movement with exquisite execution.