May 24, 2016 Posted by aden at 12:42 pm


Taylor’s Rooftop and DANCEetc are proud to present a series of feel-good autumn nights for Vivid Music 2016. Taking place of over three weekends from May 28th to June 11th, DANCEetc kicks off their weekly offering with some exciting electronic artists performing under the starry Taylor’s Rooftop in Sydney.

Kicking off DANCEetc’s Vivid Music line up on Saturday, May 28th will be the infamous Go Freek. A DANCEetc favourite, the pair will no doubt bring their sweaty party vibes to the Taylor’s Rooftop amidst their 13-date ‘Interconnected’ Australian Tour. On Saturday, June 4th, Yolanda Be Cool will join DANCEetc for the very first time as their latest single ‘From Me To You’ sets fire to the national radio airwaves. We know the boys like to party just as much as we do, so they’re locked in and we’re ready. For the third instalment of Vivid Music at Taylor’s on Saturday, June 11th, DANCEetc is very lucky to host Brooklyn’s own FATHERDUDE.  In Sydney to celebrate the release of his debut EP ‘The Balance’, FATHERDUDE will be an impressive closer to the three weekends of Vivid Music at DANCEetc in 2016. From his renowned vocal work for GRMM’s ‘Electrify’ and Slumberjack’s ‘Body Cry’, FATHERDUDE is somewhat of a SoundCloud superstar with over 5 million spins across his catalogue. As a solo artist he’s been performing sold out New York shows, US festivals as well as showcasing at SXSW earlier this year. We are very keen to see his big electronic jams fill our rooftop dancefloor and we insist you should come and experience it.

In addition to the amazing talent for Vivid Music, Taylor’s Rooftop will be transformed with custom LED lighting throughout the venue. Powered by Eyebyte Visuals, six LED panels will be created by animator Ego. Best known for his visuals for Paces’ national Vacation tour, as well as music videos for LDRU’s ‘Keeping Score’, Go Freek’s ‘How Long’ and What So Not’s ‘The Quack’, Ego has spent the last few years wowing audiences around Australia and across the world with his live performances and visual work and DANCEetc is very happy to have him for these special Vivid Music events.

Vivid Sydney is a 23-day festival of light, music and ideas and features many of the world’s most important creative industry forums, a mesmerising free public exhibition of outdoor lighting sculptures and installations and a cutting-edge contemporary music program. Vivid Music presents a cutting-edge contemporary music program, backlit by the 3 billion LED lights illuminating Sydney’s foreshore. Vivid Sydney hosts a lively and eclectic range of live performances and ground-breaking musical collaborations, and DANCEetc and Taylor’s Rooftop is thrilled to present this exciting line up of local and international artists.


For guest list requests, further line up announcements and event photos, keep in the loop and follow the DANCEetc Facebook page: DANCEetc is the weekly party series brought to you by Sydney’s electronic indie label etcetc Music (, home to some of Australia’s leading electronic artists including Kilter, Paces, Set Mo and more.



Tickets for DANCEetc’s Vivid Music series can be purchased one week in advance via Ticketbooth and will guarantee access to the Rooftop during Vivid. Go to:




DANCEetc x Vivid Music at Taylor’s Rooftop

Corner of Bridge Street & Tank Stream Way, Sydney


Saturday, May 28th

Go Freek

Avon Stringer




Saturday, June 4th

Yolanda Be Cool


Avon Stringer



Saturday, June 11th


Stace Cadet

Groove Terminator


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DANCEetc February line-up

February 4, 2016 Posted by aden at 12:04 pm

It’s the last month of summer, and we aint messing around.


Coming up this month at DANCEetc…
Feb 06 – DANCEetc feat, Dom Dolla, Avon Stringer, Mo’funk & Kings
Feb 13 – DANCEetc feat., Baytek, Groove Terminator, Bitmore & Kormak
Feb 20 – DANCEetc feat Colour Castle, Terace, Acaddamy & Friendless
Feb 27 – DANCEetc feat., Indian Summer, Avon Stringer, Marks & OZ and Frenzie

Eat + Drink + DANCEetc


Set Mo in action last weekend…rain did not phase the froth

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January 12, 2016 Posted by ben at 12:06 pm




Gold Coast producer Mikey Perry, better known as Paces, kicked off 2015 in typical swag-lord style, waltzing into triple j’s Hottest 100 at number 100 with his Tkay Maidza collab, ‘Switch Lanes‘. This was quickly followed up by his hit single ‘Nothing’s Forever‘, which featured vocals from Perth artist Kučka. ‘Nothing’s Forever’ hit the top 30 of the iTunes Dance chart after being added to full rotation on triple j. Off the back of this success, Paces hit the road with a sold out tour across the country and was tapped for official remixes for Years & Years, Tinashe and Hermitude.

Now Paces is ready to go back to the future with his latest single ‘1993 (No Chill)’. ‘1993 (No Chill)’ features the vocals of UK-born, Adelaide-raised Jess Kent, whose debut release ‘Get Down’ shot up the triple j Unearthed charts in late 2015.


“I first heard Jess Kent via her track ‘Get Down’ on triple j Unearthed,” explains Paces. “I could tell right away that it was the feel good hit of the summer and that Jess and I were on a very similar musical vibe. I’d been writing some summery instrumentals, inspired by early M.I.A. tunes, which I thought would be a good fit for Jess’ sound. So I sent them over, not realising that Jess was currently being hit up by just about every musician on the internet. Luckily the timing was right and everything else just fell into place!”


To celebrate the release of ‘1993 (No Chill)’ and his upcoming debut album Vacation, Captain Paces will soon be hitting the high seas when V MoVement presents Ship to Shore album launch parties in capital cities around Australia. Tickets to these album launch parties will be extremely limited and can be purchased from Moshtix from this Friday.




Friday, February 19th – Adelaide

Saturday, February 20th – Melbourne

Friday, February 26th – Perth

Saturday, February 27th – Brisbane

Friday, March 4th – Sydney






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December 11, 2015 Posted by aden at 11:01 am


Contemporary soul man Klue, aka Gabriel Clouston, this week signs to independent record label etcetc Music and electronic agency Nuffsaid.  Equal parts producer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, Klue’s musical identity is a unique blend of garage, soul and Afro-beat which has brought him notable industry and media support in such a short time.

Klue’s debut ‘Way I’m Lovin You’ found its way onto Triple J earlier this year and promoted a natural flow of online support. FasterLouder said the single was one of the ‘8 Aussie Songs You Need To Hear’, while electronic behemoths Hermitude and Double J’s Lance Ferguson told everyone that Klue was one of the ‘Top Australian Artists To Watch’. Sydney’s FBi Radio also locked Klue in as ‘Independent Artist of the Week’ joining the likes of WAAX, Vallis Alps, Moonase Commander in 2015.

Strong in his vision, Klue’s sound encompasses a lot of his own skills as musician. Playing a range of woodwind instruments, percussion and drum programming, Klue’s sound is influenced by a mix of UK garage and Afro-beat musicians, while his vocal style comes from a childhood of classic soul tunes. Having toured through Australia and Africa with his band True Vibenation, Klue has developed an acute awareness of how to turn out a sure fire party vibe.

Klue’s emersion in the world music scene has been significant. Having toured through Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Swaziland and South Africa, he also hosts a weekly radio show on FBi Click ‘Bare Necessitates’, an outlet for full of  world music, rare groove and electronica.

Last month saw the release of Klue’s follow-up ‘Hiding’, a perfect summertime accompaniment of uplifting beats and topical feels.  Building on Klue’s exiting hype, ‘Hiding’ hit #9 on Triple J’s Unearthed chart and as already accrued close to 100,000 spins on Spotify.

‘Hiding’ is the first single from Klue’s debut EP which is due for release in March 2015 on etcetc Music. After shows at One Day Festival and Subsonic Festival, Klue today announces his debut tour in support of Hiding, Taking him up and down the east coast of Australia, across to Adelaide & Perth for Southbound festival.



Hiding Tour

21-Nov One Day Only, Sydney NSW

5-Dec Subsonic Festival, Barrington Tops NSW

19-Dec  Yours @ Beach Road Hotel, Bondi NSW

8-Jan Cats @ Rocket, Adelaide SA

9-Jan     Southbound Festival, Busselton WA

15-Jan   Platform One, Melbourne VIC

16-Jan   DANCEetc @ Taylor’s Social, Sydney

23-Jan  Rainbow Serpent Festival, Ballarat VIC

5-Feb    Blend @ Craft, Central Coast NSW

20-Feb  Oh Hello, Brisbane QLD

26-Feb  Transit, Canberra, ACT


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September @ DANCEetc

September 14, 2015 Posted by aden at 1:34 pm

Spring is kicking in strong, and we have the inner city rooftop to party the eve away.

September line up includes the likes of Beni, Luke Million, Go Freek, Groove Terminator, Frames, Acaddamy, Terace, Avon Stringer, Kormak and Chris Arnott.

From September we’ll be introducing our special ‘Sunsets’ set from 5pm giving you the opportunity to get stuck in a little earlier below the evening glow, with good food and tasty drink specials

For weekly event info, guestlist and photos follow our Facebook page

EAT ~ DRINK ~ DANCEetc @ Taylor’s Social, Tankstream Way, Sydney


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September 14, 2015 Posted by aden at 1:29 pm


Trans-Pacific three-piece Favored Nations have announced their debut Australian tour this October/November along with release date for their highly anticipated debut album ‘The Great Unknown’.  The band, made up of eccentric front man Morgan Phalen (NYC’s Diamond Nights,  Justice collaborator), Surahn Sidhu (DFA Records and co-writer for Usher & Kimbra) and James Curd (Greenskeepers and solo artist of Classic Music, Defected, DFA Records) will kick off their very first Australian tour on 28th October playing Sydney, Geelong, Melbourne, Manly and Adelaide.


With praise already from the likes of SPIN, Buzzfeed, NOISEY and Stereogum, Favored Nations’ second single lifted from the LP, ‘I Can See You’, premiered today with US Fashion and culture media channel, The dream-wave single traverses funk, rock, and disco, conjuring musical pairings alongside Fleetwood Mac, Beach Boys and LCD Soundsystem, while the band’s 18-tracks of sunlit pop will drop on 2nd October via etcetc Music.


“Frenetic, house-infused dance-pop with smooth new wave overtones.” – Stereogum

 “…a funked up feel fine smash” – NOISEY

“…disco to the Beach Boys” – Earmilk

“A loose, disco-inspired love song” – Buzzfeed

“mellifluous vocals” – SPIN

“a vibrant mix of disco, R&B and pop for fans of the latest Tame Impala record.”

Singer Morgan Phalen offers, “It’s impossible to define the space from which our music is coming from. They are very immediate songs you could sing to, or dance to—they’re almost useful songs, in a lot of ways. They’re able to accompany… living.”


“I think all of us are at a stage in our careers where we have proven ourselves to ourselves.  This project for us is pure enjoyment.” Reflects Surahn from his coastal home in Coorong, Adelaide “We don’t look at things in terms of ‘Making it Big’ or search for bigger opportunity. We feel lucky enough to create the way we do. It’s always been about trying to craft interesting pop songs that make people think and dance at the same time.”




supported by Running Touch

Wed 28 Oct         Sosueme, Beach Road Hotel, Bondi

Thurs 29 Oct       The Workers Club, Geelong

Fri 30 Oct             Shebeen, Melbourne*

Sat 31 Oct            Moonshine, Manly

Sun 01 Nov         Newtown Social Club, Sydney*

Thu 05 Nov         Rocket Bar, Adelaide*


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August 3, 2015 Posted by aden at 12:45 pm

Palace (1 of 1)


After a notable entrance to the electronic scene in 2014, you’d be forgiven for thinking Perth-based producer Palace had disappeared underground. More accurately, Palace aka Jeremy Smith has been underground fine-tuning his craft, the likes of which he’s about to reveal.


Fellow Western Australian Sable tells the Palace story as an uncompromising commitment to great sound and good music while Slumberjack note their consistent marvel of the Palace simple, yet catchy mastery. Palace’s new single, ‘Too Young’ is a momentous return to the fold  featuring a tight and witty flow of rapper Ziggy, Palace blends vibe and attitude perfectly into an exciting new format for the Australian electronic scene.


Joining the remix duties for etcetc is Kyle Watson who has also been gaining traction worldwide with support from Pleasurekraft, Trickski, Audiojack, Shiba San, and releases on DIRTYBIRD, Bunny Tiger and This Ain’t Bristol. Watson’s remix makes smooth work of Ziggy’s dope flow putting it in proper g-tech zone…that’s right, g-tech. Traversing the soundboard of future beats, great northern Queensland producer Atticus Beats transforms ‘Too Young’ into Drake-wave. smooth and sensual business from the topical home on Townsville. Get in touch.


‘Too Young’ is out 7th August 2015 on etcetc music.


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AUGUST: DANCEetc @ Taylor’s Rooftop

July 31, 2015 Posted by aden at 1:45 pm

We’re going in strong this month with Set Mo, Cassian, POOLCLVB, James Curd, Adi Toohey headlining DANCEetc @ Taylor’s across August.

Come down and suss Sydney’s newest rooftop, Taylor’s as we flex out some house muscle, warm enough for these Sydney nights.

Fee before 10pm / $10 thereafter.

Crn Bridge St and Tank Stream Way, Sydney NSW 2000

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July 1, 2015 Posted by aden at 12:57 pm


After the sold-out success of their recent Vivid Music showcase, Australian electronic music label etcetc is very excited to announce they will be taking over the newly unveiled rooftop of Taylor’s Social in Sydney every Saturday night for DANCEetc. With a music policy dedicated to all things house, etcetc’s party series will play host to an exciting roster of ever-growing talent, including Set Mo, POOLCLVB, Acaddamy, LO’99 and Frames, as well as regular surprise guests.

Situated atop the 1865 heritage listed Republic Hotel on Bridge Street, the newly renovated Taylor’s offers an exclusive rooftop location with priceless views of the iconic Sydney skyline. A contemporary urban retreat, Taylor’s will also offer sensational food and beverage options including a range of classic and signature botanical cocktail creations and a hand-picked wine list by their in-house sommelier.

Taylor’s Rooftop will be accessible via the exclusive laneway entrance on Tank Stream Way.  A commissioned installation from Australian-born artist Anthony Lister will bring new life to the heritage building, a piece of Sydney’s rich history.

With a roster of artists that includes Kilter, Paces and Set Mo, etcetc is a leading independent label in Australia’s electronic music scene and will deliver the best house music to DANCEetc each week. Backed by a quarter million dollar sound fitout and a view of the stars we’re excited to start calling Taylor’s our Saturday home in Sydney.

DANCEetc will kick off at 8pm on July 18th to bring Sydney the perfect house music house party each and every Saturday – we look forward to seeing you for a beer and cocktail soon!


Taylor’s Social
69-73 Pitt Street
Sydney, New South Wales 2000

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etcetc VIVID Music Party wrap

June 12, 2015 Posted by aden at 10:25 am

Big love to our artists Kilter, Paces, Set Mo, Godwolf, Sir Jonathan and Klue who played for a sold out party at The Basement in Sydney on 7th June 2015.

Special thanks to our special guests KLP, Porsches, Deutsch Duke, Nicole Millar, and Madeline Vida who all rocked the mic and Tim Lockwood on the axe.

Honors to Vivid Music, Jack Daniel’s, Sweat It Out, Stoney Roads, Purple Sneakers, Acid Stag and Veona.



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