Friday 26 May
Fridays at 77 w/ Alilia, Taklimakan, Cons0le, FineDining, Grac, KETKJI
6:00pm - 4:30am | Free entry on guest list before 11pm | $20.00 after, door sales only
No stranger to Eora’s dance floors, Alilia is ready to take the leap from in front of the decks to behind them, driven by her desire to give back to the community that has afforded her, like many others, a safe space to dance, connect and move. Through blending sounds of techno, breakbeat, dancehall and RnB, Ally exhibits a deep appreciation for global sounds that fuse nostalgic tones with upbeat dance anthems to inspire movement and connection.
Coming from a background in animation and the arts, Cons0le has a deep interest in the study of movement and is ready to transform his knowledge of this field from theory to practice. Cons0le is invested in our DIY communities by contributing to joyful resistance and building safe and welcoming spaces for all through our collective love of dance music on Gadigal land. Con is ready to make the decks his second studio, honoring music genres from the nodes of the rhizomes across the web, fresh from the underground and forever still becoming.
Born and raised in Eastern Turkistan. Ammar’s Uyghur cultural heritage has inspired a deep appreciation for music and empowerment through shared joy of dance. Fuelled by ancestral turkic influences of longing vocals and folk instruments, Ammar blends elements of electro, drum and bass to bring the spirit of community to the dance floor. They aim to create an immersive soundscape of queer resilience and diasporic solidarity.
After heavy involvement in Copenhagen’s thriving trance and techno scene over the past few years, Fie recently moved back to Sydney, diving headfirst into studying music management and exploring the local music scene. Drawn towards bubbly trance and hard techno, you can expect punchy, fast-paced and immersive sets from this techno queen.
Growing up on the move, Ketki explored the far corners of the internet, absorbing influences from every genre of media and music from around the globe. This wide selection of influences has informed her genre-bending style, mixing ethereal, booty popping music, jersey, dance-hall, UKG, D&B, hyperpop and R&B. Her music taste represents a variety of cultural influences and internet subcultures as she channels her voice within the south Asian diaspora.
Roots deep in Sydney’s dance community, Grac loves this city with a passion that sometimes defies logic. Their sets weave together menacing bass flavours, eclectic polyrhythms and saucy little breakdowns, carefully selected to create transcendent dance floor experiences.