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    Chinese Laundry’s December line-up is one of their biggest yet

    It’s been a hell of a year for Chinese Laundry. Over the last 11 months, the beloved Sydney venue has welcomed artists such as Italian don Joseph Capriati, Nastia, Kayzo, Loudpvck, and Valentino Khan to the decks at Slip Street.

    Their last line-up for the year is in, and it’s another big one. Local legend Kid Kenobi will be kicking things off for BASSIC at the start of the month, with Sydney’s Joyride and trombone trap act Alexander Lewis following in the weeks after. The last Saturday of the month will see a back-to-back takeover by Belgium’s Eptic and UK’s Trampa.

    LNDRY meanwhile, have locked in Billy Kenny, Brisbane local Jordan Burns, and Terace for headlining duties for the opening weekend, with Campelphat, Kill Frenzy, and Kormack are set to appear the week after. The rest of the month sees appearances from Dirtybird head Justin Martin, Kolombo, Shiba San, and Melbourne favourite Dom Dolla

    Not a bad way to finish off the year. Check out the full weekly line-ups below, and grab tickets here.

    The post Chinese Laundry’s December line-up is one of their biggest yet appeared first on inthemix.

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