Keepsakes, Bead (live), KOLLAPS, Loveless, Tyrant X, Oily Boys, Nasho
**PRE-SALE ONLY** Location information will be sent out at close of presale. This event is a safe space and has a no-tolerance policy for any discrimination or offensive behaviour.
Hex Yellow storms back with a diverse bill of DJs and live acts covering industrial techno, EBM, noise, hardcore punk and industrial gabber. Expect extreme.
Keepsakes [Mord, S.L.A.M.] [NZ]
The young producer has firmly established his gritty sound of crunched industrial dance music. With releases on Mindcut, Mord, and S.LA.M. his Sydney premiere will turn the floor into a heaving pit of crushed love.
Bead (Live) [Instruments of Discipline]
The mysterious Canberra based artist crafts unsettling techno around an aesthetic of fetish and violence. Bead's live set will make bodies move and reel in fascination.
KOLLAPS (live band) [Trait]
The Melbourne based industrial band utilise both conventional instruments and scrap metal to create a wall of intense noise. Their recent release Sibling Lovers paints their chaotic vision of the modern world.
Loveless comes off the back of recent supporting sets for the likes of The Horrorist, Paula Temple and Silent Servant. Her gracious intertwining of EBM, gothic and industrial techno pervades and pleases.
Tyrant X [Nethercords]
Tyrant X is being pulled straight out of Melbourne's underground industrial gabber scene to deliver a nightmarish close to the event. Clang after clang after clang, an aural affront to finalise and bury the night.
Oily Boys (live band) [Disinfect]
Direct from Sydney's HC syndicate, everyone's favourite punks will warm hearts and demand tears from the driest of eyes.
Nasho (live band)
Setting the tone are Nasho, fresh and enraged. Their recently released demo is nothing short of genius, politics and targeted mayhem.
Hex Yellow would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land, the Gadigal people of the Eora nation on which we will meet. We pay respects to the Elders of the community and extend our recognition to their descendants.