‘Born Slippy’ powerhouse Underworld are making their Arts Centre debut this April
Sing “Drive boy, dog boy, dirty, numb angel boy” and you’ll start a whole generation chanting the lyrics to 'Born Slippy', the cult 1990s track made famous from its appearance in the Trainspotting soundtrack. Underworld's Karl Hyde and Rick Smith has continued to carve out their own rock and electronica sound over a 25-year career, which included a legendary performance at the Opening Ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics.
Underworld will be performing at Arts Centre Melbourne's State Theatre, and while we're not sure how the sit-down venue best suited to a classical concert will be conducive to dancing along to rave classics, we're sure Underworld will pull out all the stops nonetheless. If you're old enough to be raving in the 1990s, this is your chance to relive dance music's heydey. If you weren't old enough then, this is your chance to experience one of the greatest electronic music legends in the flesh ahead of the Trainspotting sequel.
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