The UK bass producer will play his first shows in the country later this month.
The London-based artist has been a prominent figure in the UK bass scene since the release of his Square One EP back in 2010. Although his rate of output has been decidedly gradual, Mosca has also appeared on labels like Numbers, Fat City and, most recently, Hypercolour, while his DJing has led him to play slots at festivals like Glade and Outlook, as well as holding down a monthly slot hosting BBC Radio 1's In New DJs We Trust.
Mosca's Australian tour will kick off with a show alongside Eats Everything, ShockOne and Baauer on April 24th at The Bakery in Perth. The following day, the Bad Apple crew will host an all day event at the Abercrombie Hotel from 1 PM with an extensive bill that includes James Cotterill and locals Garry Todd, Preacha and Kali. Adelaide is up next on April 26th with a set at Sugar, followed by an appearance at Melbourne's Revolver Upstairs on the 27th for the Too Much 4th Birthday. His final gig will be in Brisbane on April 28th for a Kush Club boat party which departs Ferry Terminal 1, South Bank, at midday.
Apr 24 Handpicked with Shock.., The Bakery Artrage Complex, Perth Apr 25 Bad Apple presents Mosca, Abercrombie Hotel, Sydney Apr 26 SHGZ presents Mosca, Sugar, Adelaide Apr 27 Too Much 4th Birthday with.., Revolver Upstairs, Melbourne Apr 28 The Kush Club Boat Part.., Brisvegas Cruise Boat, Brisbane