Decoded Magazine is coming to Sydney

After the success of our new home at Dragonfruit in Brisbane, Decoded Magazine is coming to Sydney. In a series of roll out launch parties across Australia, we are showcasing some of Australia’s local artists that reflect the values of our magazine – deep underground electronic music across the spectrum of house, techno and progressive.

After having recently celebrated our 4th birthday, Decoded Magazine (based in the UK), has now set up in Australia to support and nurture the wealth of Australian music, artists, industry, DJs and promoters alike. Having hosted and partnered parties across the world from India, Canada, Spain, United Kingdom, Montenegro, Ibiza and Netherlands, featuring artists Hernan Cattaneo, Dave Seaman, Miss Melera, Alex Preda, Jaydee, Josh Wink, Alex Niggemann and more, we can’t wait to touch down at Sydney’s Goodbar on Friday August 17th

With room one hosted by Decoded Magazine, we have invited Sydney’s revered artists, Robbie Lowe (By Your Side), Andrew Wowk (undulate / BBR), Mark Craven (Kiltr), Tristan Case (Return to Rio), Zankee Gulati (BootzNCatz) and the recently returned home, Editor of Decoded Magazine, Damion Pell (Pioneer DJ Radio / Stripped Digital Recordings)

We also welcome our Brisbane partners, Dragonfruit, responsible for hosting some of Australia’s biggest underground parties every Friday taking over room two, featuring their residents, Rascal (Dragonfruit) Papa K (Flux / Dragonfruit) Matt Guy (Dragonfruit) Sequence (Deeperfect / Dragonfruit) and Manu Neves (We Love / Dragonfruit)

Decoded is known globally as a source of underground hedonistic electronic music, an anything goes policy with continued sell out events and this event will be no different. Tickets are extremely limited and are $15 pre-sale via eventbrite or $20 on the door if available. Don’t forget your I.D and arrive early.

Friday 16th August
Goodbar, 11A Oxford Street, Paddington, Sydney
$15 pre-sale
$20 on the door (if available)
Tickets can be purchased via Eventbrite

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