The two young UK producers will play three shows during their first visit down south.
Blawan and Pariah will play their first shows in Australia next month.
Both young artists have rapidly risen to the forefront of the electronic music community in the past two years, thanks in no small part to releases on Belgium's R&S Records. Pariah's two solo releases instantly established him as one of bass music's names to watch, while Blawan's prolific output in his very short career has led to a Radiohead remix opportunity, a host of festival and headline shows around the world, and taking out the number one spot in RA's Top 50 tracks of 2011 poll with "Getting Me Down." Last year the pair forged a studio partnership under the monkier Karenn, and announced the launch of Work The Long Nights, a new record label with more of a techno influence than their previously released work, as demonstrated by their first release Sheworks 001.
Their first visit to Australia will see them playing separate sets as solo artists. Their first stop will be in Perth on May 10th at Geisha Bar, where they will be supported by Boy Prince, Craig Hollywood and Mike Midnight. The following evening, Smalltown will host the pair at The Liberty Social, before they fly up to Sydney on May 12th to play an Astral People party at Goodgod Small Club alongside Bad Ezzy and Preacha. Tickets for the Melbourne and Sydney shows can be purchased through RA.