Rachel haircut are James Hewson and Hayden Quinn, 2 boys who met in 1998. The music they make spans decades: future garage meets 90s gangster rap. Witch House meets 70s Vintage Synthesiser music. Their live shows are exhilarating, their studio works: aurally engulfing.
Rachel Haircut will launch Reserve EP in early August, which will be available for free online. Reserve EP is Rachel Haircut’s romanticised version of 90s rave culture. It takes the listener from a dimly-lit, heavily-carpeted room, where avant guarde synth records spin until 5am, to the epicentre of a laser-filled warehouse rave. Female vocals fall in and out of the four moody tracks, which culminate with a ten minute, two-part title track, a piece that evokes a darker side of RH with synthesisers that sing in remorse.
Joining RH in celebration of this release will be:
Kure’, one half of atmospheric beat-making duo Onetalk. playing the finest assortment of earthy electronic dance jams.
B.O.O.M.A is a bass music production duo consisting of Alex Yabsley (Melbourne) and Tom Gilmore (Sydney). The pair focus particularly on the footwork/juke sounds of Chicago. B.O.O.M.A will be holding it down on the Footwork, #Seapunk and Trap front.
Jacob Silver is an artist from Melbourne who makes electronic music inspired by super nintendo and 90’s electronica. Harnessing low-bitrate sounds, emulated effects, and midi aesthetics, He creates startlingly original, heartfelt music that is unique and unparalleled on the local scene.
Chronic Sans (VJ)
Chronic Sans will provide the visual backdrop for the evening. projecting mind blowing abstracts and bizarre file footage on the beautiful cinema screens at LOOP.
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