The group will offer their services to try to save the independent Sydney-based radio station.
While known primarily for its rock and punk offerings—they are often credited for helping to popularize The Vines and Wolfmother—with half of the music content on the station being Australian, and half of that from Sydney, there's also been plenty of dance music on offer as well along the way.
All that could stop, though, if the station isn't able to raise enough funds to continue. And despite its humorous fundraising effort involving Richard Branson, the station is still in the hole. Enter: Fundraisers.
Taking centre stage this weekend, Void, the crew largely responsible for introducing dubstep to Sydney crowds, are paying homage to the station with a show this weekend. Harmonic 313, Garage Pressure and Lorna Clarkson will be behind the wheels, for what is shaping up to be a hefty display of local dubstep talent at 202 Broadway.
Next weekend's finale, which is set to feature Midnight Juggernauts, Muscles and Grafton Primary, will be taking place at Luna Park's The Big Top.