New Residency – Movement @ Beach Road Bondi

Fridays – Beach Road Bondi

8:00-12:00. Free Entry

Resident DJs on rotation: Kato, Victim, Huwston, Mason & Bennet (Paper Plane Project) and Preacha + special guests.

It is with great pleasure that Niche Productions, the promoters behind Days Like This! Festival and 2011 shows with Aloe Blacc, Benji B, Roska, Digital Mystikz, Calibre, De La Soul, Mayer Hawthorne and more, presents its first weekly venue booking arrangement.

Every Friday at Bondi’s Beach Road Hotel, a handful of Sydney’s most capable selectors will provide the missing link in what is already a colourful and diverse lineup at the venue. Dubstep, Future Soul, UK Funky/Garage and sprinkling of low slung, leftfield House, Hip-Hop and Beats will all make their way on to the playlist which, over winter, aims to give coastal customers a chance to hear the latest emerging music on a massive soundsystem.

Throwing back to the club weeklies of yesteryear, we’ll also be doing album launches and giving away CDs (remember them?) almost every other week at Movement. Already on the list we’ve got albums from Movement faves SBTRKT, Wiley, Africa Hitech, Shabazz Palaces and Zed Bias and there’s sure to be plenty more.

About your residents: Kato is a man who needs little introduction. With a list of festival appearances and international supports longer than both outstretched arms, he is also co-anchor of Thursday Sunsets on FBi 94.5fm. Victim is a founding father of Sydney’s Dubstep scene, promoting and booking the Void and Index parties, the former now in its fifth year after a monster sold out celebration with UK’s N-Type. Huwston can be heard Mondays on 2SER and read monthly in Drum Media covering a wide range of music from across the soul spectrum whilst Bennet and Mason are Sydney’s newest imports from Perth and their production alias Paper Plane Project covers an equally broad spectrum. Together with Preacha, these six cats will hold the vibe the right way over 3 sets a night, spanning all manner of BPMs, keeping the frequencies significantly on the lower end of the spectrum.

Cop a free tune from residents Paper Plane Project here:

So bob your head, tap your toes, sway side to side, put your hands up… it’s Movement.


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