MusicNSW & FBi Radio unveil stacked Women In Electronic Music Showcase

MusicNSW & FBi Radio unveil stacked Women In Electronic Music Showcase

Featuring UNiiQU3, Kučka, Linda Marigliano and heaps more.

As part of the upcoming Vivid Sydney's VIVID Music events, today MusicNSW and legendary community radio station FBi Radio announced a seriously stacked lineup for their Women In Electronic Music Showcase. Going down Saturday 17 June at the Oxford Art Factory, it's a night showcasing and celebrating Australia (and beyond)'s most exciting producers and DJs, hosted by FlexMami.

Heading up proceedings will be Jersey Club queen UNIIQU3, in the country all the way from the US for a special DJ set. The recent NLV Records signee is as globally renowned for her original and remix production as she is for throwing awesome parties.

Alongside her, Perth's own Kučka will come in hot from a huge 2016 which saw her performing at SXSW, BigSound, Pitch and Sugar Mountain festivals and toured alongside artists such as Flume, Nao and the recently announced American tour with Mura Masa. Triple j's Good Nights host Linda Marigliano will also be there, joined by a lineup of some of the country's most exciting emerging acts in ALTA, OKENYO, Annie Bass, Mookhi, Andy Garvey, Miss Blanks, Various Asses and SPORTS.

Click the poster below to grab tickets, which are a measly $15, which is basically $1 per act.

women in electronic music showcase poster

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