Broken Home returns in September with the second installment of their Interstate Series, this event featuring Andy Page live (TAS/AUS) on September 17 at Brown Alley (Colonial Hotel). After record crowds last month, Broken Home up’s the ante to bring a world first DJ and Semi Live set by one of Australia’s most creative and musically talented producers, Andy Page.
Andy's story begins when he catapulted himself into work with Phil K under the sobriquet Hifi Bugs. Since then he's rolled up his sleeves and skills to work with dance music’s heavyweights, Sasha on the ‘Xpander’ EP and ‘Airdrawn Dagger’ album, BT on his ‘Movement in Still life’ album and also providing support to Adam Freeland on his current album ‘Now and Them’.
Locally Andy Page has worked with such diverse acts as Groove Terminator, co-producing ‘Electrifying Mojo’, touring and remixing Wicked Beat Sound System as well as Hamish and, working with Abi Tucker on her debut album. Working with other rising Australian stars including Scrambler, Mortar & Pestle & Poxy Music, Andy shares his knowledge for the growth of the Australian dance music community.
Andy was recently commissioned by local act Nubreed and Phil K to work on their newly titled remix ‘To Know’. Currently #35 on the ARIA Dance Charts, the ‘Squaw Bush F.ART mix’ which includes Broken Home residents Mangan and Keltec, was a testament to Andy’s collaborative efforts to deliver a devastating remix on time and ‘under budget’. His most notable release however, comes from working with George Clinton and Marscruiser to create ‘Elementalelectrofunk’, which has been rocking Melbourne dance floors over the last 6 months and is now featured on The Meat Katie, Uberzone, Phil K and Keltec mix compilations.
Catch Andy Page alongside local residents Keltec, Dan Mangan, and Brewster B, for a night of sheer pleasure, LIVE local music, and boogalicious beats! General admission entry is $10, or $5 on the door list. Free cloakroom, free lollies, what more do you want!? How about a long set from Andy!!?