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Open Records presents The Journey (Melb) + Apro & Wilma

Open Records is proud to present a killer new event featuring Melbourne's The Journey (UGENIUS Music/Ein2) on headline duties, alongside the Brisbane club debut of Apro + Wilma!

Featuring a full decor and theming courtesy of Melt, stellar sound from Void Acoustics and big support from Open Records and Melt residents, this is afternoon and evening of tunes at Capulet you won't want to miss. Let's party!

THE JOURNEY (UGENIUS MUSIC/EIN2) MELBOURNE

After the best part of 10 years learning, becoming, and now sculpting Australia’s House & Techno scene, Tom Evans and Jacob Malmo decided to pool their creative talents and energies together for something greater. Enter: The Journey.

The concept for ‘The Journey’ began one Winter's morning on the way home from an elaborate night out. They recently released their debut single Principium on their own imprint UGENIUS Music. Principium as well as the Jamie Stevens Remix was well received globally from artists such as Hernan Cataneo, Matthias Meyer, Emanuel Satie & Tim Englehardt to name a few. In Australia it reached number 9 in the ARIA Club Chart stayed in the top 50 for 10 weeks, an outstanding achievement for a techno record.

Towards the end of 2016, The Journey was asked to remix the re-release of an iconic Australian anthem in Yothu Yindi - Treaty’. Treaty also reached number 9 on the ARIA Club Chart and was a prominent feature amongst a number of sets at this year’s Rainbow Serpent Festival.

In recent times, The Journey have warmed up for the likes of Booka Shade, Dubfire, M.A.N.D.Y, Space Dimension Controller, Reiner Zonneveld and Mat Joe. As well as being added to the line-up at Electric Garden, Babylon, Piknik Electronic and Tell No Tale festivals alongside the likes of Eric Prydz, Ricardo Villalobos, Sasha, Pan Pot, Francios K, and many more.

Capping off a stellar 2017 with the release of The Toad on Open Records, we're proud to welcome The Journey back to Brisbane!

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1115652758575770/

More info: https://ozclubbers.com.au/calendar/event/12074-open-records-presents-the-journey-melb-apro-wilma/

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