Omar S, Tornado Wallace, Eoin, Enda
SHIVERS HALLOWEEN PARTY: What more can we say? Straight out of Detroit, Omar S- who needs no introduction at this stage- is playing on the mainfloor, supported by Epoch head honcho Enda House. Tornado Wallace is playing in the Garden, supported by Shivers Resident Eoin. It's fancy dress, we're opening early, it's going to be our biggest party ever, and you can get tickets here:
Excited is an understatement in welcoming two of our idols to the club on the same night. Don't sleep.
Don't know Tornado Wallace? Have a gander here, he's great.
First blowing a gale as a forerunner of the new wave of Melbourne dance producers, Tornado Wallace’s distinct and perceptive electronics now find him in a constant rotation of both hemispheres, spending most of the year based in Berlin.
From formative house beginnings, the ESP Institute initiation Thinking Allowed proved Tornado Wallace as a force to be reckoned with - the driving groove and Will Powers stargazing quickly matched by an EP of eco-electro burners on Beats In Space. This two timing continued for another round with ESP issuing the elegant Circadia, while Beats In Space got their churning acid two-tracker Kangaroo Ground/Ferntree Gully.
In tandem, krautback duo Coober Pedy University Band was formed with Otologic’s Tom Moore, who he’d previously stirred up trouble with as fractions of C Grade and Animals Dancing - two long standing parties of undeniable impact on their hometown. Their trance inducing debut on Soft Rocks' imprint Kinfolk recruited vocals from a lesser known Chet Faker, followed by the bonkers 2014 anthem Kookabura.
After some time in between releases due to an increasingly busy DJ schedule, 2016 saw the release of a Tornado Wallace 12” on Second Circle, sister label to cult Amsterdam archivists Music From Memory, as well the release of his incredible debut album Lonely Planet.
His sets are comprised of desert trance, forest Italo, beach techno and jungle balearics- perfect for wigging out to this Halloween.