Courtyard Pres. Habstrakt & Holy Goof

Sun. 20 Oct, 2019 1:00pm - 11:00pm AEDT
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AUD $30.00 - AUD $50.00
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AUD $30.00 - AUD $50.00
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Habstrakt & Holy Goof are coming this October to Courtyard Party!
With support from JDG & Wa-Fu!

Tickets are over 80% sold out!

Habstrakt’s distinctive production style and sound have seen him remix the likes of Skrillex & Diplo, MUST DIE!, Barely Alive, Kill The Noise & Feed Me. Alongside a slew of huge original releases. Seen as an innovator of the future bass sound. 2019 has seen support come from across the bass music scene with DJ Snake, Tchami, Malaa, Ekali amongst his supporters. With the summer hit ‘Chicken Soup’ featuring Skrillex - tearing up American dancefloors. Habstrakt is ready to take things to the next level in 2019 and beyond.

Holy Goof has emerged as one of the UK’s most promising acts over the last 24 months and is rising rapidly. His sound — a fluid, bass-house hybrid referencing everything from bassline to grime — is squarely tilted at the club Two sold out Headline tour shows in London and Nottingham plus notable appearances at Printworks, Detonate and festivals from Glastonbury to closing the Banghai stage at Boomtown. 
Mixed Fabriclive 97, Touring Australia and USA with rising star, Jauz. One of the biggest tracks of 2018 – Drake – God’s Plan (Holy Goof Bootleg) being supported by Tiësto, Jauz, Chris Lorenzo & loads more
With a slew of guest mixes across BBC 1Xtra, Kiss FM and Rinse FM also under his belt, Holy Goof recently co-produced a track with Zinc which was released on the legendary Bingo Bass label – and his solo production work continues to earn significant support across national radio.

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ivy - Building 1 330 George Street
Sydney, NSW 2000
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