Ripe Records Takeover Feat. Oh Boy (Sydney) // Gpo Saturdays // Oct 3

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Ripe Records Takeover Feat. Oh Boy (Sydney) // Gpo Saturdays // Oct 3 says
Ripe Records is an Australian based Future Electronica label aspiring to bring the best of the best local Australian artists in to the limelight whilst simultaneously uniting people through engaging music & events. On October 3 Ripe Records is landing Oh Boy (Sydney), DIMES, MAD CITY, & GRVYRDS at GPO for a takeover!


New Zealand Born, Australian Raised Sydney-sider William Bradshaw AKA “oh boy” Is entering the electronic scene in a big way. With influences from the sounds of 90s rnb / hip hop, Jersey club and the vast immensity of the Internet, we suggest you hold on to your hat when you decide to tune in.

Ripping clubs apart with pure unconventional style, you can find “Oh Boy” destroying on the decks and broadcasting his own works through ableton live sets. No more tongue wagging, just get in there and have a listen for yourself, your ears will thank you for it!



All out, no bars powerhouse. Just a few words to consider when trying to explain all that is Dimes. Growing up within the inner suburb’s of Brisbane, Emmett Goddard and Jaiden Suarez have teamed up to create a baseline junkie duo that really know how to drop a serious beat. Drawing inspiration from some of the favourites such as What so Not, RL Grime and Bauuer then combining that flavour with next-level production game a fresh twist is what Dimes do best.



Brisbane producer/DJ duo Harry Bell and Patrick Kirkman have a lot to be excited about. From humble beginnings producing hip-hop beats, their sound slowly evolved with the local scene to form their beloved brainchild that is setting the trap and future beats scene alight.

The balance hasn’t gone unnoticed, and the judges at Brisbane’s recent “Revelry Discovered” saw it fit to award them with the victory to stamp their growing authority home. The booming trap scene is a crowded one, but MAD CITY have established themselves as something special.



Rising from the dead underground music scene of the Gold Coast Australia, GRVYRDS (Pronounced Graveyards) is bringing an inspiring sound to a region dominated by a commercial sound.

+ $15 On The Door
+ Cheaper On A Guest List
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