After a long few months of waiting, the sets are finally here.
The sets from Boiler Room Sydney have now been put online.
The line up featured an array of international heavy hitters including Ellen Allien and DJ Mell G alongside Australia's best including Tangela, Barney Kato, Yikes, Sam Alfred and Jennifer Loveless.
The event initially took place on the 3rd of December to a sold out Hordern Pavilion which was hosted by Ayebatonye.
Tangela opened up proceedings, spinning an hour of proggy euphoric tracks, Her selection is driven by her keen eye for amazing rhythms, lighting the floor up with bass fuelled goodness.
Then came arguably the most adored underground dance icon Sydney has produced, Barney Kato. As Ayebatonye put it, "Barney's musical lexicon is much larger than most," and with his set he lived up to that high reputation. His hour was defined be his incredible selection ranging breaks, techno, acid, electro and trance. Kato is a master at getting people moving.
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Then followed Yikes, one of the most technically gifted DJs in the country. His set was an exploration of the deepest sounds in the house music world, exploring dark grooves which pair amazingly with ambient soundscapes.
Then followed one of the worlds most hyped young DJs, Sam Alfred. He delivered the sound that he has become famous for across Australia, energy packed, melodic 90s rave.
Jennifer Loveless returned to the Boiler Room stage as one of the most adored names in dance music. She's received praise from right across the globe for good reason, delivering the best big room set of the day, lighting up everyone's smiles with some undeniably feel good house.
Then came the internationals, started off by queen of Electro DJ Mell G. Her set was exactly as expected, spinning through rapid super turbo electro.
Closing the night was Ellen Allien, who provided an hour full of uptempo bouncy techno and hardcore. She left nothing behind up there, exuding extreme energy with every mix.