5 Very Essential Sweaty Bangers with Ninajarachi

5 Very Essential Sweaty Bangers with Ninajarachi

She's part of the extremely stacked Very Sweaty Xmas 2017 lineup.

Sweat It Out! and Maker Agency are once again combining forces for the return of their Very Sweaty Xmas party, with the 2017 edition hitting Sydney's fave local haunt, The Marrickville Bowling Club on Saturday 9 December. The lineup is absolutely ridiculous (as you'll see on the poster down the bottom), and we asked special guest Ninajarachi for some essential sweaty bangers to get you feeling festive. Also of note is once again the night will be held in loving memory of Sweat It Out’s late founder AJAX, and will be proudly supporting Youth Off The Streets - a charity of his family’s choosing. Check it all out below, and get more info/tickets to the event HERE.

NINAJARACHI'S 5 ESSENTIAL SWEATY BANGERS

Charli XCX – Vroom Vroom

It’s so fun when people in the crowd sing along to this. This is one of my favourite songs.

Cashmere Cat – 9 (After Coachella) (feat. MØ & SOPHIE)

This is one of my favourite songs to come out this year and I’m looking forward to seeing Cashmere Cat in Sydney this month.

Lindsay Lowend – Basement Dweller Overture

This was one of my favourite songs when I was around 13. The second part of it is especially fun to play.

SOPHIE – HARD

I think this is my favourite song from PRODUCT.

Britney Spears – Toxic

Need I say more?

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