The New York DJ will visit Australia this month to play four shows.
Bill Patrick will head to Australia this weekend to play shows in Sydney and Melbourne.
Now based in Berlin, Patrick spent the bulk of his performing career in New York, where he famously established his Robots party and was a staple at clubs like Limelight and Arc. As one of a rare breed of jocks whose international reputation has grown solely from DJing, the American has played around the world since he started out in the late '90s, now settling in the German capital to lend his professional ear to Guy Gerber as the A&R man of Supplement Facts.
Now making his way out to Australia, Patrick's visit will start out in Sydney where he will first play Pacha at The Ivy on January 19th alongside a host of local DJs including YokoO and Marc Jarvin. The following day he plays an evening set for the S.A.S.H. crew at The Abercrombie Hotel, before heading down to Melbourne that night for Novel's next Summer Series event at Revolver Upstairs, also featuring US duo Pleasurekraft. His final gig will be at the after party for AGWA Yacht Club 015 on Australia Day, January 26th, which will be held at The Burdekin Hotel with headliners Soul Clap and Heidi also spinning.