WIN: Wordlife & Indian Summer @ GoodGod, Sydney Double Pass
To celebrate the release of WORDLIFE‘s new Breakthrough/Small Talk EP which was released a couple of days ago through Club Mod, the Sydney pair are throwing a late one in the Danceteria at Goodgod Small Club on July 6, featuring some fellow rising champs of the underworld. Including our good pals, Indian Summer.
The EP is a tasting plate of all the good things Wordlife bring to electronic music right now. Hard to pigeonhole, but so easy to recognise, it blurs the lines between deep and dark electronica with sky-high house. ‘Breakthrough’ is an excursion in how house anthems should be. Whilst, ‘Small Talk’ is the slightly more introverted, thinker of a tune.
No less anthemic, but slightly more restrained. And this will be the first place you’ll hear the tracks live, as this show is the first stop on their ‘Club Of Life Tour’.
Setting up as the main support for the night is of course, Indian Summer. But this is no regular support gig for the duo, this will be the 2nd official Sydney stop on their ‘Foreign Formula National Tour’.
We recently touched on the tour a couple of weeks ago, but just to refresh your memory, the Melbourne team are currently on the road in support of their latest EP (Foreign Formula). It’s a 15 date tour, spanning 5 states, with 5 regional stops and a slot at Splendour In The Grass.
There are more some seriously cool supports too, but to round it off – here’s the full lineup.
Wordlife (Club Mod)
Indian Summer (Sweat It Out / Melbourne)
BKind2Me (formerly Rachel Haircut / Melbourne)
Ben Fester (Astral DJs)
WIN WIN WIN
If you have gotten pretty excited by what we’ve told you about above, the we have the giveaway for you. That’s right, we have ONE double pass to give away for The Club Of Life Launch at Goodgod, July 6.
All you have to do to win, is tell us your juiciest gossip (in honour of ‘Small Talk’, in the comments section below. It can be celeb gossip, friend gossip, your own gossip, your teachers gossip, whatever! Just make sure you leave your name and email, so you can be contacted.
Words by Tom Hutchins