2020 was a difficult year, but it gave rise to Space 92—the French DJ/Producer who topped Beatport’s top-selling techno tracklist. His meteoric rise has quickly seen the rising star become one of the most sought-after DJs in the world since lockdowns ended elsewhere, manning the decks at Fabrik, Sing Sing, T7 and Le Kilowatt.
From performing in Europe’s biggest dance clubs, Space 92 is now booked in for a massive warehouse party in North Melbourne. The DJ/Producer that’s popped up on every techno head’s list of must-see artists will be touching down in Melbourne on Saturday 26 March for what’s going to be one huge and unmissable event for electronic music fans.
Experience Space 92’s rolling techno, a touch of acid and trance, and melodic rhythms in the flesh. Don’t hesitate or wait for your mates, get your tickets today.
On the second day of France’s lockdown, Space 92’s edit of the Twins Project’s Bass In Your Face was released. The track was meant for the club but despite confinement, it garnered attention from industry heavyweights and launched Space 92’s stratospheric rise. It’s just one of the tracks that we’re keen on hearing drop at North Melbourne’s The Third Day open-air warehouse venue, which is sure to vibrate when the bass rumbles.
Phobos and Planet X—the collab with the German techno duo The Yellowheads that got mad props from the legendary Armin van Buuren—are another two out-of-this-world tracks we want to feel alongside a whole array released on essential techno labels like 1605, Form and Filth on Acid over the past year. Add to that Space 92’s selection and the set is bound to be epic.
Space 92’s sound has been described as potent and from behind the decks he gives out a lot of energy, finding the groove and driving home the four-to-the-floor bass and distorted percussion that’s ripe for festival-style productions and massive parties. If you’re into heavy-hitting techno, then this is one set you do not want to miss—who knows when he’ll be back in Melbourne again.
Brought to us by Dangerous Goods Entertainment, Space 92 will be headlining a massive roster of local DJs for an all-day party at The Third Day on Saturday 26 March. The industrial-styled and multi-purpose warehouse venue will be fitted out with the collective’s extravagant and renowned aesthetic, but if you’re going, you know you’re there for the sound. And the sound is going to be deep on March 26.
First release tickets are now on sale. Get them before they’re gone or the price goes up.