FLIGHT FACILITIES

After  the  surprise  release  of  their  debut  album 'Down  To  Earth', Flight  Facilities  show  no sign of slowing down. 2016 saw Flight Facilities  tour  the UK, Europe & North America  for another headline  run before  returning  to  Sydney to join the  Sydney  Symphony  Orchestra at The  Domain  for #FFxSSO in front of 15,000 hometown fans, in a follow up to their ARIA-winning album recording of their live performance with the 90-piece Melbourne Symphony Orchestra. 2017 will see Flight Facilities hit the studio and work towards the creation of LP2, while fitting in a bunch of tastefully curated DJ Sets.

Fly with us.

RÜFÜS / RÜFÜS DU SOL

Two years after their platinum selling debut album, RÜFÜS have returned with their follow up record, BLOOM, and as the title would suggest, the band have blossomed into the tour-de-force that ATLAS hinted at.

“For us personally," says Tyrone, "we were each drawn to electronic music because of the euphoric nature of it. At its core, it brings people together to dance of course. I’m sure I’m not the first person to say this, but our favourite artists are our favourite because we’ve shared moments listening to them with friends or family that you can’t recreate. Moments that you remember forever.”

MOTEZ

Motez’s soundscape pushes the boundaries of your regular house producer, going way back before he was making wholesome, wall-to-wall club cuts and rocking festivals stages. His classical piano know-how and clear 90's influences allows him flex his skills and musical taste across all his releases. On stage behind the decks, Motez has played to thousands at EDC Las Vegas, Holy Ship and Splendour In the Grass, while filling clubs all over Australia, North America and Europe.

YUMA X

Girl & Boy make music.