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PNAU DJ Set at Family Sat 1st Apr

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PNAU DJ Set at Family Sat 1st Apr

PNAU DJ Set // Saturday 1st April // Tickets available http://bit.ly/pnaufamily

Nick Littlemore live on the mic whilst Peter Mayes and Sam La More select the tunes - these three are PNAU and we are super excited to welcome them to Family Nightclub!

PNAU released "Chameleon" at the end of 2016 and since then it has been dominating the charts and dance floors in what can only be described as the summer anthem across Australia. Having topped the ARIA club chart and sitting in the top five singles overall on ARIA, ITunes and Shazam as well as placing 11th in the Triple J hottest 100 it's safe to say PNAU is still going strong - this after being top of the game in electronic music for two decades.

PNAU is sure deliver a journey through the years and flavours of music that the diversity of the group brings. Nick Littlemore and Peter Mayes also form part of Empire Of The Sun whose debut album had everyone captured with tracks such as "Walking on a Dream" and "We Are the People" taking out a number of ARIA awards including Best Album of the Year. Whilst Sam La More (Sam Littlemore) has produced or remixed music for Robbie Williams, Gwen Stefani's, The Doors, Kelis, Cassidy, Ladytron, and Kaskade to name just a few. As one half of Tonite Only his remix of Pictures by Sneaky Sound System spent 18 weeks at number one on the club chart.

PNAU have achieved multiple successes throughout their career which started back in 2007 with the award-winning debut album "Sambanova", with a back catalogue of tunes and multiple influences feeding into the mix it's sure to be a catalyst for the event of the year - don't be filled with regret as your friends tell you about it the next day, get your ticket as this will sell out!

Ticket Link http://bit.ly/pnaufamily
Pre Release $15+bf
First Release $20+bf
Second Release $25+bf
On The Door $30

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1864364113833574/

More info: https://ozclubbers.com.au/calendar/event/329-pnau-dj-set-at-family-sat-1st-apr/

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