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Buy-now-button-master2 & Hidden Agenda Presents

SEEKAE  (Future Classic, AUS)

plus special guest ^ Upstairs ^ SEEKAE’s third LP The Worry has taken the Sydney/London three-piece to new heights. Highlights include: – Album of the Week FBI Radio – Album Packet Triple J – Album of the Week 2ser – Herald Sun #1 Australia Album of the Year – Most played artist FBI radio 2014 – Most played song FBI radio 2014 ‘Test & Recognise’ – SMAC Awards Best Song 2015 ‘Test & Recognise’ – Resident Advisor 4.5*/5 – Fasterlouder 8/10 – DJ Mag (UK) 7/10 – Musik Express (Germany) 4/5 – Mojo Magazine (UK) 4/5 – J Awards Album of the Year Nominee – Sold out headline shows in Sydney, Melbourne, London, Paris and Berlin. Over the past six years, the Australian-English outfit have won a hugely loyal following and a swag of awards for their signature blend of electronic pop, IDM, post-dubstep, post-rock, house and ambient. Their stunning debut The Sounds of Trees Falling On People was anointed one of the best albums of the decade by FBi Radio and Inthemix voted single ‘Void’ the 33rd greatest Australian dance track of all time. Assured follow-up +Dome achieved Mojo Magazine’s Album of the Month in the UK and saw SEEKAE nominated for four Australian Independent Music Awards. The Worry – “The work of a highly intelligent and self-disciplined trio, whose gift for ear-worm melodies is now at the fore. Seekae are operating on a different level of complexity from their peers” 1⁄2 – Resident Advisor – “Alex Cameron’s husky yet fragrant vocals offer a delicious juxtaposition with the overarching melancholia that permeates Seekae’s third album.” – Mojo Magazine – “It’s actually hard to recall another band that changed its style on its third release so fundamentally and sounded so good doing it… Seekae are too smart and loaded with talent…This music feels relevant and, like its forebears, it probably still will years from now.” – In The Mix – “It’s at once romantic and nightmarish, like something out of David Lynch’s Mulholland Drive.” – The Guardian – “A fantastic album” – 1⁄2, Musikexpress  Test & Recognise – #5 Best Track of 2014 So Far – InTheMix – ‘Matching a love of 90s IDM with a physicality which can only come from a flair for live performance’ – Clash Magazine  Another – “The Icy, somnambulant trudge of Another provides The Worry’s most affecting moment” – Mojo Magazine – ‘Atmospheric electronica at its finest’ – The Guardian  +DOME – ‘It’s a surprise that this album of sharp-edged, glacial, organic electronica, hails from sunny Sydney, Australia. ’ – MOJO Magazine, Album of the Month – ‘Equal parts rock, hip-hop and experimental, it’s one of the most interesting records of the year thus far.’ – 1⁄2, Resident Advisor


€15.50 available online from WAV Tickets or Lo-Call 1890 200 078 (1-8pm M-F, 4-8pm Sat) – 50c per ticket service charge applies on phone, internet or creditcard bookings. Final ticket price may be higher from other outlets. Strictly over 18′s, I.D. may be required


Whelan’s Silent Disco from 10:30pm – 2 DJs, just pick the one you like best [Free Entry] plus Late Bar.