Dys & Eliza

Dysphemic & Miss Eliza – Welcome home party

Subbass & Twisted Audio are delighted to welcome home Dysphemic & Miss Eliza coming back from their north American tour after playing over 20 shows around the US and Canada including featuring on the world famous Burning Man festival in Black Rock City, Nevada.

We’ve included some of Melbourne’s finest DnB, Dubstep & Glitch-hpop DJs/Producers and decided to make this party FREE OF CHARGE – Don’t miss out Dysphemic & Miss Eliza’s 1 off live show in Melbourne before getting back on tour around the country!

9th of November, 10pm till 3am
Laundry Bar (50 Johnston st. Fitzroy) – Free entry all night

Support by:

Barron Von Rotton
Lickweed
SK
Affiks

Hosted by: MC Harzee
Visuals by: Tane

Dysphemic & Miss Eliza

Ever wondered what a violin making sweet, sweet love to a sub-woofer sounds like? How about Bach on MDMA? Or maybe you’re partial to manga girls and dope beats hey? Well enter, stage left, Dysphemic & Miss Eliza!

Dubbed “the pioneers of classical dubstep” (100% magazine) and soon to be smashing dance floors across the globe, D&E’s magnetic live show has been known to utterly mesmerize and leave punters screaming.

Blossoming in Melbourne Australia from a kiss in the depths of a drum and bass party, D&E’s obsession with music and each other spawned a juxtaposition; an outfit built on melodic complexity, slamming drums, violin virtuosity and double time rapping. All performed 100% live.

Want to know more about their cross genre sound? Well, D&E splice the likes of classical violin, dubstep, glitch hop, drum and bass and hip hop. Their slinky tune ‘Tunnel Vision‘ topped the Kiss FM charts, ‘Ramses‘ was revered as “bass driven ball bearing dubstep” (Beat magazine) and their lusted album ‘Synthetic Symphony‘ is set to drop in August. They’ve also supported Nero, Foreign Beggars, Andy C, Tipper, Beats Antique, Antennae, Dov, ill.Gates, Datsik, Plastician and everyone in between. PA-CHOW!

Frequently on the festival circuit and headlining club gigs, these kids have enough spunk and chemistry on stage to power a meth lab. With tours set for America and Canada (2012), Europe, Japan and The UK (2013), Dysphemic & Miss Eliza are a weapon shooting straight into the hearts and ears of dance floors worldwide.


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