November 03 2016
Australian clubbing institution Chinese Laundry turns 18 this November and to celebrate Sydney's longest running and most iconic nightclub is going extra-large with one of their biggest line-ups yet! Powered by V Movement, Sydney's favourite basement club is throwing one hell of a party that lasts all month long.
BASSIC takes over Fridays at Chinese Laundry, focusing on the freshest sounds and biggest bass names from Australia and around the world.
UK Dubstep don Cookie Monsta headlines the first BASSIC XL of the month on Friday 4th, alongside Dutch duo, Dirtcaps. The top dog of trap music right now, Ookay, is joined by GBuck and Sydney favourite, Ember on Friday 11th. Rounding up the month on Friday 25th are Boombox Cartel, alongside New Zealand's Quix who are sporting the biggest track in bass music right now 'Supernatural'.
The third Friday of the month is a special event for Chinese Laundry, hosting the world's best techno artists. Russian techno heavyweight Nina Kraviz is going to be dropping by on November 18, bringing along her Trip Records signee Bjarki, with Stephen Bodzin delivering a live show all supported by Sydney's finest.
Saturdays are all about LNDRY, with the most upfront names who sit on the fringe of house, techno and deep house today.
Launching LNDRY XL on Saturday 5th November is a pioneer of Detroit's techno scene, Kevin Saunderson in the cave. Sydney crew Deeper Than House will host the Laundry after an amazing year of collaborations with LNDRY. Saturday 12th is the return of legendary Berghain resident, Marcel Dettmann, alongside UK house artist Latmun. Saturday 19th hosts house music's household name, MK in the Laundry for a Harbourlife after-party set, Melbourne's Boog$ will headline the cave. Saturday 26th November hosts three headliners for the close of LNDRY XL, with Dom Dolla, Dance Cult and Russ Yallop providing the tunes.
If you don't want to miss out, grab your tickets to these extra-large nights here