CANT SAY ft. Indian Summer, Kid Kenobi & More


CANT SAY is the home to so many great DJs and electronic acts, so to see one step out from the title of residents to the title of nationally touring legends, is just so damn great. So it’s with great pleasure we announce that INDIAN SUMMER will be headlining on the night of the 21st of June.

To coincide with the hotly anticipated release of ‘Foreign Formula’, Sweat It Out! darlings Indian Summer are set to hit the road on their first ever run of national headline club dates.

This will not only be the second stop on the duo’s ‘Foreign Formula Tour’, it will also be the only hometown show for them. So make sure you come down and support the guys that have always given 100% for you. This will also be the first opportunity many fans will have to see the lads live since the release of their debut record on Sweat It Out!, the No Use EP, and if the success of their most recent single is anything to go by, Indian Summer certainly have a bright future ahead of them.

‘No Use’ was not only praised by some of the most influential blogs in the country, but received airplay from the likes of Fbi and Triple J, including featuring as Zan Rowe’s ‘Catch of the Day’. Plus standout support from some of the finest DJs around; Pete Tong, The Magician, Sinden and a whole heap more.

And what better way to get the party going before Indian Summer, than with one of the countries finest party starters – KID KENOBI. 

Countless accolades, awards, records, and firsts have been the hallmark of Kid Kenobi‘s illustrious 13-year DJing career. Indeed it’s an impossible task trying to resist running them off. From being named Australia’s favourite DJ for a record number 3 years, to receiving an award for his first ever remix, being the first DJ ever to have a CD series named after him by Ministry of Sound, as well as an ARIA nomination for ‘The Bump’ with Hook N Sling. Kid Kenobi has just about done it all.

It’s almost become a cliché to say that there isn’t much left for him to do. And yet perhaps the ‘Kids’ greatest triumph of all is his ability to keep on evolving and growing as an artist. Music trends come and go, clubbers retire, scenes change, and awards gather dust, but Kid Kenobi is here to stay.

Supports this week come from JHEASY, SPOOK, KOLORS and STAGGMAN. As well as the rest of the extended CANT SAY family crew.

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