Sat, 29 Apr|
KaPow - a DJ showcase presents: The Oddness
KaPow! "a cry out of awesomeness, satisfaction or accomplishment". KaPow - a DJ showcase is a night that centres its attention and focus on the DJ by providing artists an extended 3 - 4 hour set in an intimate space, allowing both the DJ and audience to engage in those KaPow moments.
Time & Location
29 Apr 2023, 8:00 pm – 30 Apr 2023, 2:00 am
Joey Smalls, 284 Sydney Rd, Brunswick VIC 3056, Australia
About the event
KaPow! "a cry out of awesomeness, satisfaction or accomplishment".
KaPow - a DJ showcase is a night that centres its attention and focus on the DJ by providing artists an extended 3 - 4 hour set in an intimate space, allowing both the DJ and audience to engage in those KaPow moments.
For KaPow's debut monthly installment we are proud to showcase one of Melbourne's most exceptional producers and performers for an extended 3 hour DJ set - The Oddness.
The word ‘Odd’ has many connotations but fits perfectly when describing the sound of Melbourne producer and performer Warwick Ferguson through his genre bending project The Oddness.
Sitting at the forefront of the Downtempo / Organic house scene in Australia, the last 3 years has seen him perform at Australia’s premium festivals including Rainbow Serpent, Elements and Let Them Eat Cake, both as a solo act and with his 3-piece band including multi-instrumentalists Dylan Jarrad and Timmus. A prolific output of music, including three albums, have been released through labels including Sol Selectas, Beat & Path and Eskimo Recordings. As well as his original music he is widely known for his re-interpretations of classic tracks though his ‘Reworks, Edits and Bootlegs’ series.
2022 has seen his production lead to the world of television with multiple works used in advertising projects and is currently working on the soundtrack for a TV series in production.
After a busy Australian summer lead by the revitalised festival scene, he is currently working on booking European shows for August / September.
Support - Mr Richards
We acknowledge the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation as the traditional custodians of the land on which we dance and play on. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging. We thank you for sharing and caring for the land on which we dance and play on.