Liquidity 1st Birthday: The Chrown + Reload, Friday 23rd May @ Secret Warehouse Location
This Friday, Liquidity celebrates its first birthday, with the latest installment of their Secret Warehouse Party series. Building on the riotous success of their previous events, The Chrown and Reload are teeing up again to deliver more of their trademark mayhem.
Boasting a new PA system and lighting rig, The Chrown and Reload have gone all out to deliver a 1st Birthday like no other. With Live Art, Fire Twirlers, Free Wine, BYO Booze and one of the wildest crowds this side of Beirut, Liquidity’s First birthday will be one for the ages.
Liquidity’s 1st birthday will feature some of Australia’s most exciting young talents in drum ‘n bass and hip hop. Melbourne veteran Dizz1 will headline proceedings, with bombastic beats and driving bass-lines. Underground sensation Strict Face will be serving up some vicious grime parables, while Canberra’s own Centaspike pushes the boundaries of electronica. Local bass fiends Royalston and Juzlo are sure to turn up the heat, while resident favourites Big Ilge, Strafe and Moe Siznack will take the party into overdrive.
Check out the event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/liquidity.sydney
Dizz1 (Tru Thoughts/Black Acre) http://www.soundcloud.com/dizz1
Strict Face (Gobstopper) https://soundcloud.com/strictface
Royalston (Hospital/Bad Taste)
Juzlo (Big Dada/Ghost House)
Big Ilge (Liquidity)
Strafe (The Finer Things)
Moe Siznack (Locus Cadre)
TGMN (The Finger Things)
***EARLYBIRD AND FIRST RELEASE TICKETS SOLD OUT. SECOND RELEASE AVAILABLE HERE: https://www.theticketfairy.com/event/liquidity-1st-birthday-23may2014/******
The Chrown art collective began in 2010 when a group of school friends decided to put their creative heads together to make something amazing. Evolving out of a shared love of music, graffiti, surfing, skating and a good time, The Chrown are at the forefront of Sydney’s underground art scene.
The Chrown are an independent crew with a big roster and an even bigger range of talents. In terms of output, the group has no defined parameters, with their work encompassing everything from photography to street art to design to social innovation projects. The Chrown is dedicated to demonstrating the power of art in creating social change. Through the use of new, innovative art forms, the crew are changing the face of local Sydney art, creating a more participative space.
Wax lyrical with enlightened emcees, kick back with summertime grooves or lose yourself in a world of urban masterpieces. Any way you choose, get down with ‘The Chrown’.
By Dominic Sciberras