Sydney’s Electric Gardens Festival has just announced three more additions to its already stacked line-up of electronic music artists, with Nic Fanciulli, Pachanga Boys and Stacey Pullen joining the likes of headliners Fatboy Slim and John Digweed.
The festival, which will beheld in Sydney’s Centennial Park, is landing on Saturday 23rd January. But a little more about these new artists now.
First off one of the elder don’s of the UK music scene, Nic Fanciulli’s reputation as a first class DJ and producer has been built on the back of a decade of playing clubs and stages the world over. Running his own record label Saved Records, working with artist such as Underworld, U.N.K.L.E as well as our very own Kylie Minouge as well as just wrapped up the season at Space playing huge back to back sets with Carl Cox, his addition to the line up is very exciting.
Also announced, Pachanga Boys are bringing their blissed out infinity to the Centennial grounds. Renowned for their warm, almost ambient take on dance music, the duo known as Superpitcher and Rebolledo are trying to make the world a better place with their Hippie Dance. Blowing minds across the European music scene after scoring some traction with their early singles Power and Fiesta Forever before starting their own label, Hippie Dance, and dropping their 15 minute crossover hit Time, that landed the, the No 5 spot on RA’s Top Tracks Of 2012.
Last but far from least, Stacey Pullen rounds out the line-up, the Blackflag label owner and Detroit techno legend is closing out a big year that saw him playing some of the biggest party this ‘lil planet has to offer including Miami Winter Music Conference, Mexico’s BPM Festival, alongside clubs like Watergate in Berlin and Sankey’s and Amnesia in Ibiza.
Tickets are on sale now from the festival website, with full details below.
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Electric Garden Festival
Saturday 23rd January
Centennial Park, Sydney
Tickets: Festival Website