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    Mall Grab, Zip, Raresh, Marco Faraone and more teed up for huge month of parties

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    Every now and then we get blessed with a period full of absolutely killer parties and late Novemeber to mid December is set to be one of those periods.

    The guys at Piknic Elektronic are kicking off their Melbourne instalment with four shows of varying genres but equal intensities.

    First up you’ve got the Lo-fi turned breakbeat and techno demigod Mall Grab and fellow house lord Loods. Following it up are the techier stylings of Zip and Raresh on the December 2.

    To finish off the month they’re getting behind local hero Boogs known for his general outrageousness and mastery of the decks. The last show will see the venue getting real deep with the Italian deep house god Marco Faraone.

    On top of that it’s good to see some top notch female acts getting the time they deserve with artists like Nite FleitDana Ruh and Bec Greenfell being pushed to the forefront.

    These shows are looking to be huge so check the lineups below and tell us what you’ll be heading along to.

    Piknic Melbourne #1November 24

    Mall Grab
    Nite Fleit

    Piknic Melbourne #2December 2

    Fumiya Tanaka
    Sammy Dee
    Matt Kovic

    Piknic Melbourne #3 December 9

    T-Rek (live)
    Olly Davis
    Bec Greenfell

    Piknic Melbourne #4 December 16

    Marco Faraone
    Dana Ruh
    + more

    Source: Stoney Roads

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