The result of this desire created something very special with the group already selling out events, cementing their spot in the electronic music scene in Melbourne.
Autosea has held a series of successful parties at many renowned Melbourne techno venues including The Mercat Basement, Boney, Killing Time and at the outdoor favourite, Section 8.
After a very delicious showcase on the Organic Audio and Dome Stages at the recent Strawberry Fields Festival, the Melbourne collective will now curate a stage at this year’s Beyond The Valley Festival.
Opening on Wednesday December 28, ‘Lakeside with Autosea’ will see the collective stamp its own influence and sound on the festival over three days, and will be the last stage open at night for dedicated party lovers.
Working closely with Beyond The Valley’s décor experts, the stage will feature a bar available with some of Melbourne’s finest underground house and techno selectors in a beautiful lakeside location.
The view from Lakeside with Autosea stage. Image courtesy of Beyond The Valley Facebook.
The group’s main focus is always to deliver the best in electronic music and Beyond The Valley will be no exception, providing a taste of their late night events and infamous day parties.
Whilst the sun is shining over the New Years celebrations, expect proper house and balaeric rhythms from some of Melbourne’s best selectors and vinyl enthusiasts. At night, prepare to experience a mix of modern melodic sounds and dark four to the floor techno from the Autosea regulars.
Resident DJs Lynch, Mitchell Gee and Eskapet will play individual sets as well as a collective throughout the festival.
TheCamiloS, Luke Stein and Mutant Dance will be special guests, alongside Matthew Coventry, Mr Pitful, Casper Collins, Sundelin, Sunbather, Ryan-S, Boyd HK and Josh Wain, with more to be announced.
Look out for guest appearances from the Autosea DJs on the Central Park Stage and other surprises or two throughout the four days.
In its third year, Beyond The Valley is one of Australia’s fastest growing camping festivals, bringing in the New Year from December 28 to January 1 at the picturesque Lardner Park, approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes from Melbourne’s CBD.
The popular festival will feature an eclectic mix of acts including Hamburg techno giant Oliver Huntemann, Israeli favourite Guy Gerber, Detroit legend Carl Craig and Melbourne experimental electronica producer Roland Tings, combined with a tasty selection of international and local acts across an array of genres.
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