Sat, 05 Nov|
Lass O'Gowrie Hotel
LASS BASH XIV
Multiple ARIA Award winner Kim Moyes (K.I.M) is half of iconic Australian dance music duo The Presets plus a whole lot more. He joins 6 of our region's best tastemakers for an unforgettable session at Newcastle's biggest recurring outdoor party.
Time & Location
05 Nov 2022, 8:00 pm
Lass O'Gowrie Hotel, 14 Railway St, Wickham NSW 2293, Australia
About The Event
The Lass Bash is cranking into overdrive with another massive night, featuring
K.I.M | SOMEONE'S FRIENDS | TIKABOX | JAKESY HUSTLE | FUNKSEI
Multiple ARIA Award winner Kim Moyes is half of iconic Australian dance music duo The Presets plus a whole lot more.
Working on his own under the moniker K.I.M, he has produced and co-written with DMA’s, Connie Mitchell, DZ Deathrays, Golden Features, Moody Beach, Keli Holiday, Perfect Moment, Slum Sociable, Mazy, The Australian Chamber Orchestra, Northeast Party House, Jack Ladder & The Dreamlanders, Digitalism and Kirin J. Callinan amongst many others.
2021 has also seen K.I.M compose an exciting and original electro-cinematic musical score for “Phenomena” - an experimental documentary project that explores naturally occurring patterns, and the forces of nature that create them.
He has also created acclaimed remixes for a wide range of artists including Tove Lo, Kings Of Leon, Cassius, Tiga, Ajax, Flash & The Pan, Bag Raiders, Rinse and Midnight Juggernauts.
K.I.M has toured his renowned DJ sets locally and internationally for the last 15 years and released several solo EPs via Modular Recordings, Motorik! Records, Unknown Records, Rallye-Klee Records (Japan) & Bang Gang 12 Inches. In 2018 he launched "Here To Hell", a new record label for emerging Electronic artists that Kim runs with veteran Melbourne DJ and Zero Percent partner Mike Callander.
His work with The Presets includes co-writing and co-producing all of the band’s work and performing live behind his drum kit at some of the world’s biggest music festivals.
Tickets available now at cookedmemories.com
This is set to be one of the biggest parties ever to land at the Lass, let's have it.