Everyone knows the best ingredients are local ones, so this Boxing Day, Eat Musik is throwing a couple of quality Aussie snags on the barbie: Melbourne's Phil Moore and Sydney wunderkind Club Junque.
Phil Moore is one of Melbourne's new breed of DJs who is making a name for himself south of the border. Playing a heady mixture of progressive house, techno, tech-house, minimal and acid house, Phil's sound is best described as "anything that would sound good cruising down the Amazon in a boat". We're not sure what that means either, but it sounds pretty damn cool. Having supported the likes of Anthony Pappa, Tiefschwarz, Ben Watt and Phil K, played guest sets at parties such as Darkbeat, and run his own event Clarity at Brown Alley, Phil is setting himself up to be one of Melbourne's next big things.
Club Junque's sound is a deep, spiritual and consuming mix of house and techno. It puts the 'sic' back in 'music', and the soul back on the dancefloor. Currently holding a residency at Chinese Laundry, Club Junque also finds time for bi-monthly gigs @ Sublime and guest spots at parties like Subservice. He's supported such luminaries as Anthony Pappa, James Zabiela, SOS, Nic Fanciulli, Hybrid, Tiefschwarz, Gui Boratto, Dixon, Lee Burridge and Marc Romboy, and 2009 will see him make his debut appearance at Good Vribations Festival.
Support comes from Eat Musik residents Jay Smalls, Andrew Wowk and Mortlock.
Entry is FREE before 10pm, $10 after