Well doesn’t CANT SAY have a big one for you this week? Headlining is HARRIS ROBOTIS, and they’ve enlisted the supports of PRIVATE LIFE and KOLORS.
We are super glad to welcome back HARRIS ROBOTIS back to CANT SAY! He’s one of our personally favourites and it seems that you guys loves him too. As his headline slot back at Miss Libs saw a packed out back room and a line of angry people out the front, demanding they be let in to catch his set.
We already know you know that he’s opened/closed/played with massive names such as 2manydjs, Alan Braxe, Boys Noize, Crookers, Digitalism, Justice, MSTRKRFT, Sinden, Steve Aoki, Surkin, The Bloody Beetroots, The Rapture and Tiga. And that, when he’s not making/playing music he’s busy as Founder/Director/Graphic Designer of Melbourne based design studio Subtitled Design. And that he is responsible for many festival, record label and artist brands around the world… But we just love bringing it up again and again.
Sitting in the main support slot is PRIVATE LIFE….
Hailing from opposite ends of Victoria, these two outer suburbs musicians met over tapas one evening at Naked for Satan to discuss the prospects of writing some tunes together. With no objective as to where these songs would lead, it was pretty clear after writing there very first track ‘Honeymoon’ the two where destined to be together creatively.
And in the other support, we have KOLORS.
They met at school, you know, way back when Luke Perry was still cool. They bonded over three things; their love of music, writing, and milkshakes – often waking up in the middle of the night to find many boys in their yard.
By day, they command attention with their words behind the guises of The Library Bag and Willow & Blake. By night, they trade their macs for music, as they take their seamless blend of nu disco, hip hop and ghetto house to the masses.
Spinning tunes at parties for Channel [V], Red Bull, L’oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival as well as smashing it out on a regular basis at CS, the girls just love to showcase their preferred blend of party mash up tunes as they set out to achieve one thing, and one thing only – making you shake that booty.
Round out the night with the always CANT SAY army and you have yourself the best Friday night till…. well, next Friday night at CANT SAY.
What the hell happened to my shoes man?
$5 CANT SAY Stubbies
$5 Wet Pussy Shots
2x Skittle-Bombs for $10