Top 5 Acts to See at Sydney’s Electric Gardens
Sydney’s Electric Gardens celebrates the fifth anniversary on Saturday February 22nd at Centennial Park Sydney.
The 2020 edition, then, will be the best yet with Craig David Presents T5, Gorgon City, My Nu Leng, Pan-Pot, Wilkinson and many more world-class DJs and live shows playing the boutique event.
With dazzling stage production, generous set times and a pristine location it is a must-visit festival down under.
Nora En Pure
This South African born, Swiss-based artist is all about dreamy melody and enchanting sounds. She imbues her seductive sounds with elements of nature and likes to go deep and slow in an increasingly fast-paced world, so lap it up.
We Are The Brave boss and long-time Drumcode associate Alan Fitzpatrick pulls no prisoners when in the DJ booth, He has a hard, high energy, unrelenting sound that is all about pure dance floor power. He has many years of experience and always delivers, so do not miss.
The Filth on Acid label boss is on fire right now., He serves up brain frying techno that is frazzled, futuristic and laced with wild 303 lines. As a DJ he is all about high impact sounds and getting your full attention, be that with a red hot new tune or a stone-cold classic. Get involved.
Armand van Helden
Armand van Helden is a bona fide dance legend, remix king, Grammy winner, hitmaker and all-round DJ great. He helped pioneer the New York sound in his early days, and always brings hip hop sensibility to what he does. Expect a masterclass from an original G.
Few people can work the decks like DJ EZ. He’s a master of his tools – multiple CDJs, usually – and knows everything there is to know about working a floor with garage, house, and whatever else in between. He’ll do tricks and skills you can’t believe and a set from him is one of the best experiences in dance culture.