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Back from smashing it out at Rainbow Serpent Festival. Dj’s Miyagi and Mo Ichi are bringing you a night of techtonic beats and minimal treats, while on screen Vj Ladylux will take you on a visual journey mixing it up with the bass heavy beats.

This month, the pitch crew will be joined by Dj’s Wil-Tron and Shannon Ryan. Both renown for their underground sound, they will showcase their own mix of robotic electro synth funk and minimal tek. Exclusively yours, The Pitch Bitches.
Sat 9th March @ Loop. 23 Meyers Place, City. 11pm- late.
Oh and it’s Free!

Wil-Tron
Wil-Tron started life off as a producer way back in 2001 making his debut live performance the following year at the one and only Meccanoid. After a couple more appearances at Meccanoid, Wil-Tron’s brand of robotic electro synth funk saw him play for another Melbourne institution Lasergun. After headlining Lasergun in late 2003 and early 2004 Wil-tron packed his belongings and moved to Japan. Here he focused more time on his productions, crate digging & held sporadic residencies in tiny little bars around Shibuya while being influenced by all things neon and electric.
Returning to Melbourne in late 2005 with a suitcase full of new tracks, vinyl and Kimonos, Wil-Tron supported Crème legends Legowelt and Bangkok Impact at the infamous Honkytonks and also Berlin superstars Modeselektor in 2006. More recently Wil-Tron has been spending many hours tickering behind turntables, throwing semi-regular parties in the ‘Dungeon’ at the Great Britain in Richmond and is one of the organisers behind the ‘Backyard’ parties at I Know A Place in Fitzroy that launched in Dec 2012.
Expect to hear a wide range of genre’s in his sets, anything from Disco/Nu-Disco & Electro though Minimal Techno & Tech-House.

Shannon Ryan
Shannon Ryan has always had a passion for music. He started his music career as a drummer around Melbourne in the mid – late 90’s. Since then he has spent a lot of time busting his moves on dance floors around Melbourne particularly enjoying underground music and following local DJ’s developing a keen interest for mixing music and techno. He’s been inspired by the likes of Boogs, Nick Coleman, Muska and Moichi. Recently he has been enjoying putting together mixes at home and learning more about all things techno. He’s really looking forward to having some fun playing music to get people dancing.

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