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Thursday 7 September

Tempo Comodo #69 w/ Gemma, Maggie Tra & Lucy

8:00pm - 4:00am | Free Entry all Night

Tempo Comodo #69 brings a couple of long awaited debut TC sets from two DJs representing the continuum of the Sydney dance music legacy and Club 77’s role in it, along with a return set from new find Lucy.

Gemma has been pioneering genre bending, forward thinking music for dancefloors since the 80s and is well known as part of Club Kooky, the Sunday night queer community dance that started at 77 in 1995.

Maggie Tra, on the other hand, is a relative newcomer to the Sydney scene and a regular at 77, and has made a big impact in a short time, drawing on multiple cultural threads to create something new and exciting.

Lucy, who has a regular show on Bondi FM called A Love Letter To Music, is known around town for her more progressive sounds, and this time will be bringing a bit of a different flavour to close out the night.

Evolved from Phil Smart’s innovative and well received ‘Slow Dance Experiment’ concept, Tempo Comodo is a new party series further exploring the slower realms of danceable beats. From 70bpm downtempo to midtempo chug, anything under 120bpm is fair game as long as it's made for dancing! Getting down to slower tempos opens up a whole new world of space, rhythm and movement. Come and join the slow dance revolution as we venture deep into a diverse musical universe of varied subgenres, influences and styles. Expect slo-haus, post-nudisco, chillrave, chuggy low-slung grooves, and any slo-mo superlative you can throw into the mix.

Set Times:

Gemma: 8:00pm - 12:00am

Maggie Tra: 12:00am - 2:00am

Reenie: 2:00am - 4:00am

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Thursday 7 September


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