International headliners include Teenage Mutants, Mha iri, Jacidorex, Rebekah and Nico Moreno.
Dangerous Goods are event promoters based in Melbourne, Australia and this weekend they are presenting an epic line-up of international techno artists at Melbourne Pavilion.
With an event title that does exactly what it says on the tin, Rave takes place over four stages that along with techno, will also touch on genres including trance, psytrance and disco.
Taking place on Saturday the 18th of March, international headliners include Teenage Mutants, Mha iri, Jacidorex, Rebekah and Nico Moreno, plus support from some of Australia’s most talented DJs.
Teenage Mutants are a German duo whose big room style of techno blends pounding drums with epic synth lines that are laced with euphoric undertones. Not only have they DJed all over the world, they have also released their music on labels ranging from UMEK’s 1605 to Reinier Zonneveld’s Filth On Acid.
Making a welcome return to Australia is UK artist Mha iri, who needs little introduction to techno fans living down under. She spent many years living in Australia before travelling home to Scotland and she makes a welcome return following her recent debut on Adam Beyer’s iconic record label Drumcode.
Jacidorex is a Belgian artist who is known for his brutal style with breakneck tempos and acid synth lines. His sound is not for the faint-hearted, but perfect for a rave!
Another hard-hitting DJ is Rebekah from the UK. She has a hard and industrial style that builds explosive energy. Her relentless style has been known to work the dance floor into a frenzy.
Nico Moreno is a French DJ whose pounding style is an intoxicating blend of slamming percussion and dramatic synths that will devastate the dance floor with their ferocity.
You can find tickets and more info HERE.