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Friday
27
APR

VIBE Club Night - SCNDL

22:00
03:00
Goulburn Workers
Event organized by Goulburn Workers

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The headline act for our VIBE Club Night for April is locked and loaded and ready for announcement.....

SCNDL are back on the decks here at Goulburn Workers on the 27th April 2018 and if last year was anything to go by this will be one party you don't want to miss....!!!!!!!

When SCNDL was here last year it was close to the biggest night of the year and were setting the challenge out there for everyone to make this one massive and put last years amazing night to shame..... SCNDL will be proudly supported by local talents Amy James & VGLNTE.....

Five hours of dance floor destruction. Australia’s Hottest DJ's. One great venue.

Location: McKell Bar and Terrace
Time: 10:00pm-3:00am
Specials: $4.50 Basic Spirits & Beers from 9-10pm

If time has taught us one thing, it is that Melbourne duo SCNDL deals in consistent dance floor destruction – no apologies or vowels required.

The creative union of Tom Grant and Adam Amuso, SCNDL’s peak-time tendencies have concreted their name as a force to be reckoned with on the global dance music radar.

2015 saw the duo release hugely successful originals, remixes and collabs, including a remix of Will Sparks’ hit ‘Ah Yeah So What’, which skyrocketed up the Beatport charts and came in 9th on Beatport’s list of top selling Electro House tunes for 2015. Touring throughout the US & Canada, Asia and Australia, and releasing tracks from some of the biggest labels in the world (Spinnin’ Records, Ultra Music & Deorro’s Pandafunk label), SCNDL have shown no signs of slowing down.

With ongoing support from an all-star lineup of EDM heavyweights (Martin Garrix, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Tiesto, Henry Fong, David Guetta, Knife Party, R3hab & Will Sparks to name a few), SCNDL have established their currency as an international big room presence.

In 2016, camp SCNDL remains affirmative action on a global scale, with new material set to further shake the foundations of international club land. For their lead single for the year ‘Meant To Be’, the Melbourne pair have thrown the rule book out the window, melting future house basslines with frenetic electro synthlines, forming one of their most innovative floor fillers yet. Tried and tested in their sets, this track is ultimate hands-in-the-air action!

The unapologetic face of low-end favoring dance music; hold the vowels, take the plunge and prepare for the hell-borne sound of SCNDL.