Dust Supply Presents: Particle 001
Dust Supply presents: Particle 001
The first of its kind, not to be the last.
4 acts, each escalating in intensity, accompanied by live visuals and displays.
Tickets on the door, eftpos available.
Stefrose had a strong start in her DJ career, learning how to DJ from turntablist friends over half a decade ago in Los Angeles. After her first few gigs playing opening shows for a residency, she saw great success when she branched out. She submitted a mix for the original member of The Avalanches (James De La Cruz) and was selected to open for his homecoming show above the Melbourne locals. Since then, she’s performed at Butchslap, as well as hosting a regular show for Radioactive FM and playing for Newtown Festival, Pride Festival, and Coachella’s Coasted: all as a part of Radioactive FM. Expect a variety of beats, genre and emotions poured out through this mix.
Comf is a beatmaker and vocalist who channels a heavy rap influence with soul and indie/alternative music to create a unique sound that’s distinctly his own. Raw emotions and strong backing beats are expressed in his debut EP released in June last year, as well as 4 singles this year. Straight off the back of a Radioactive Live set, Comf will be playing his own material live, using his time as a DJ to create a smooth set that touches upon a variety of different form and feeling.
Chris CK is a staple and an enigma of the Wellington scene. With years under his belt and features with Raw Collective (now a staple member), Richter City Rebels, Comf, Tawhiri Funk and more, his live work speaks for itself. As a solo artist he’s opened for Raekwon and Apollo Brown to name just a few. His solo work shines a new light on CK’s cartoonish, elevated and untamed nature, and his live sets are not to be missed. With a debut album slated for release in November, this may very well be the first time to catch snippets of CK’s lyrical charm and live prowess before this release.
Belphegor is an experimental electronic artist who interweaves digital technology and artificial intelligence into their music, as well as audience participation. Being more of the curator than the creator of music creates an incredible live experience, meaning that nothing is ever the same.
This gig is designed as a safe event, and as such we will not tolerate any homophobia, sexism, racism, transphobia or otherwise. If you are feeling unsafe either at or from going to this event, you can either let us know by emailing ZHVzdCAhIHN1cHBseSB8IGdtYWlsICEgY29t or sending a message to 02102961532, all contact will be kept confidential and anonymous.