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The Last Drop: Sound of Thought Takeover

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As Summer closes and leaves begin fall, Sunday vibes will continue at Dr Morse. So place your Aperol Spritz down and pick up a glass of natural vino. As local Natural Wine suppliers showcase their finest wines, we will pair them with the finest House, Disco, Techno and Afrobeat DJs. Our selectors have been handpicked to deliver a memorable soundtrack to your last drink for the weekend.

The Dr Morse BBQ will be in full swing. Rain, hail or shine the courtyard will serve as the perfect venue with a retractable roof and cozy heaters.

For episode 2 of our 5 part series Sound of Thought are taking over. Enjoy 9 hours of unregulated sounds. Not bound by genre, Unfettered (Dj Regret) and Wael X will take you on journey like no other.


Motivated by an unsatisfied desire to dance to a complimentary and considered progression of DJs, coupled with a view to romanticise and mythicise the power of speakers and poorly lit spaces, sound of thought vehemently vowed never to complain again, but to only get even, and to get even with a certain sound as-well.

A sound of the political kind, an aesthetic but much more; those rare instances of walking tall and grinding and not cowering or self-pleasuring in feelings of being betrayed and lifted simultaneously.

Our sound implies that we don’t discriminate, do not even regulate, we don’t preach or tell you where it’s at, just where the music is coming from. Take what you will, just listen.


Reincarnated into a new form, sets from this man are always a keenly anticipated highlight for by those who regularly attend the festival he helped founder. This Inner Varnika and Sound of Thought founder always manages to surprise by being one step ahead of the popular snowball. Let DJ Regret unfetter your feet—Carpe Diem!

< WAEL X >

Influenced primarily by alternative hip hop as a teenager and surrounded by Arabic folk music throughout his upbringing, Wael Najm was introduced to minimal techno and underground house music by a sibling while at university and began actively discovering Melbourne’s underground club scene and Beirut’s club culture in early 2003, where his passion for beats and melodies escalated into a strong desire to induce dance through an emphasis on hypnotic, soulful rhythm and groove.


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