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Laser Highway x Solid State ft. Acidtrixx NSW & Gryff QLD

13 March 2021 @ 9:00 pm

Acts: Acidtrixx (NSW) // Gryff (QLD) // Gigavolt // Zerotonine
VJ: A Comic Book Villain

Strap on your Malorian Arms 3516, hop into your Quadra Type 66 and prepare to raid the Arasaka Mikoshi datavault to liberate the captive AI beyond the Black Wall on 13 March! Laser Highway Solid State is back IRL and streaming featuring an outstanding array of local and interstate talent to bring you the best cybernetic beats this side of Night City. Audio and visual treats await you in the off-world colonies at LOOP LIVE

Acidtrixx is a Sydney-based DJ who has played in many clubs along the east coast of Australia specialising in dark electronic music genres such as Industrial Techno and Darkwave. While being mostly familiar with those genres, any electronic beat that is ominous and brooding will also catch their ear as Acidtrixx is not shy about experimenting with other styles. If you like it dark, loud and chonky, Acidtrixx has you covered.

If you know Aussie synthwave, then you should know Gryff. Singer, songwriter, producer, saxophonist and all around good bloke sporting classy sunglasses and a wallet full of 20s. Jumping from synthpop, funk to outrun via 2020’s breakthrough album, Calypso Drip FM; he is now exploring the sounds of cyberpunk through a new EP due later in 2021. His performance is not one to be missed!

Gigavolt has been producing and mixing synth wave, outrun, and electro since 2008. Most recognisable from the wearable tech he wears to Laser Highway, his sound fuses the 80’s neon future with classic cyberpunk themes, always with a heavy beat and lots of drama.

Zerotonine is the host, resident DJ and runs Australia’s first and only monthly club night dedicated to synthwave, outrun and retro electro: Laser Highway in Melbourne. As a labour of love, he is dedicated to providing a unique experience for music makers and fans alike.A veteran DJ and creator for over 15 years playing too many genres internationally and at home in Australia, he is in love with arpeggio basslines, warm synths, and driving drums; his style is inspired by 80’s movies, the Lamborghini Countach, boss fights, neon vectors, keytars, androids, reverb guitars, gated drums, cosmic phenomena, bleeps and bloops. Expect a range of sonic styles to get your feet stomping and head rocking from all corners of the retro-verse.


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