Sydney’s famous European-style underground club, The Spice Cellar, has been chosen as the official EMC after hours destination and will be hosting a series of late-night fixes all week long.
Famous for spontaneous drop-ins and unannounced gigs from world renowned DJs, The Spice Cellar is always prepared for a party, and has jumped at the chance to join in with the buzz surrounding Asia Pacific’s first electronic music conference, EMC. With the conference drawing big names such as Afrojack, Tiesto, Diplo, and Laidback Luke, to Sydney last year as an official part of ARIA Week, something big is brewing in the depths of The Cellar for 2013. Head down for a night of culinary delights and a special EMC cocktail to complement those irresistable electronic beats.
Spice will open its doors from 10pm every night and welcomes you with open arms to dance into the early hours, even on a school night. The week kicks off on Tuesday December 3 with a five-course tapas-style nibble with matching drinks for each dish, a moderated discussion featuring respected DJs including Smallpeople and Nico Stojan, and music from some of Sydney’s finest.
Tuesday will also see an agency showcase presented by Finely Tuned and Waving at Trains, with performances from Bella Sarris and Fantastic Man. Claude VonStroke graces the cellar on Thursday December 5 with his dirty house and funky hip hop tunes.
To round off the six-day extravaganza, Soft&Slow and EMC After Hours present Slow Blow on Friday December 6, a final night which will focus on promoting local electronic artists and exposing them to the global electronic dance world, giving them the chance to play alongside the elite of the genre.
EMC After Hours runs from Sunday December 1 until Friday December 6 at The Spice Cellar.