La Fleur, Magda Bytnerowicz, Jo Christy, Raquel
Organisers would like to acknowledge that this event, and all of the work that we undertake as a collective, takes place on stolen land. We wish to acknowledge the traditional custodians of this land, the Gadigal people of the Eora nation and their Elders past, present, and emerging.
Control and Comfy GRRRL have come together to present a lush basement offering to ease us into 2020.
Presenting Swedish born and Berlin based La Fleur alongside one of Sydney's most respected selectors Magda Bytnerowicz, the effervescent Jo Christy and Comfy GRRRL resident Raquel.
Creative freedom and a deep connection to her environment have fuelled the artistic endeavours of Sanna La Fleur Engdahl. In the Swedish city of Örebro, weekends were spent playing and exploring the forests surrounding her home, alongside lessons in piano, flute, ballet and later singing. In the years following, she graduated with a Master in Pharmaceutical Science but eschewed a career in pharmacy to focus on music full-time. Later Power Plant was launched with the incandescent classic ‘Flowerhead’ with the project becoming a multi-disciplinary breeding ground for different creative pursuits, with music always at the core.
Building on the success of the ‘Flowerhead’ EP on her own label Power Plant, her key electronic releases so far have included the ‘Nightflow’ and ‘Arms Around’ EPs (remixed by Detroit legends Kenny Larkin and Carl Craig respectively), as well as remixes for both Kerri Chandler and Sasha. In 2018 she’s enjoying a rich vein of form, starting with the acclaimed ‘Exhaust’, which was released on Adam Beyer’s Truesoul imprint, followed by a strong EP in May titled ‘Outbreaker’ on Watergate Records, featuring a remix by Tuff City Kids, the buzzed side project of Gerd Janson.
Tix $20 presale, $25 on the door
*no one turned away due to lack of funds. First Nations enter free.
Organisers are committed to creating safer spaces. There will be systems in place on the night for you to reach out to event organisers and venue managers if you are being made to feel uncomfortable.