Get ready to express yourself at BAD Festival with DJ Atro
For too long, society has shamed anything deemed outside of the “acceptable norm.” Such little room for freedom of expression in what should be a diverse culture, it’s so beautiful to finally see that this mindset has started to change; much of the time through creative outlets.
Enter BAD Festival – a remedy in the form of a Sydney music and arts festival, ameliorating the lack of spotlight on non-conformists and boundless diversity, whilst sending off a big F you to the patriarchy and monotony.
Curated by lateral thinkers, Gina Karlikoff and Greta Balog for the music lineup, with Danielle Karlikoff taking care of the visual art installations (in collaboration with Anna May Kirk), the multi-sensory BAD Festival came to fruition simply from three girls with a strong vision for their passion of art, and the freedom that should come with it, and its owners.
Taking place at the Factory Floor, Fusebox and courtyard of Sydney’s Factory Theatre this Saturday, 15th October, expect to be blown away by sets from the likes of Chunyin, Dispossessed, Big White, Gussy, Corin and HTML Flowers, alongside visual works by Alice Joel, Ash Bell, Hayley Coghlan and Michael Filocamo.
An exciting day out to celebrate and promote our local scenes colourful members, we’ve been gifted an exclusive mix in advance from performer, DJ Atro, that epitomises BAD Festival.
DJ ATRO’S BAD GUEST MIX
Travis Scott ‘The Ends’
Kid Antoine ‘Bodypaint 2 (Poisoned)’
French Montana ‘Lock Jaw ft. Kodak Black’
Santa Muerte & Kala ‘Tak’ (Imaabs Remix)
Elf Kid ‘Golden Boy’
Strict Face ‘White Rovers’
Dora & Dolly ‘Drippin” (Prod. Wheezy)
Jikuroux ‘Slow Pressure’
Sanatan Dave & AJ Tracey ‘Thiago Silva’
MM ‘9th Ritual’ (Suda Remix)
O.T. Genesis ‘Cut It’ (Remix ft. Young Thug & Kevin Gates)
Drippin’ ‘Waterfall’ (LAO Edit)
Sir Spyro ‘Side By Side’ (YGG Remix)
BAD Festival will take place this Sunday, 15th October at the Factory Theatre. Tickets are $30, and can be purchased HERE.
Image via I-D
Words by Hannah Galvin.
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