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Moonbase | NATIONAL TOUR 2017

Sat 11th March @ Death Disco, Perth

Moonbase (FKA Moonbase Commander) will be bringing his talents to dancefloors around the country, with a national club tour this February and March.

These shows will invade venues in Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne and Perth, where Moonbase (real name Nick Luke) will deliver the same jet-fuelled live sets that have earned him praise as a highlight act on festival line-ups like Splendour In The Grass and Falls Festival.

The tour announcement also precedes news that Moonbase is set to drop a new collaboration with international superstar Anderson .Paak in the coming weeks - finally releasing what is predicted to be one of the premiere singles of 2017. The song has been swirling through Moonbase's live sets for a while now, tantalizing fans over the potential of the massive track, but without an official release plan... until now.

Moonbase has come a long way since his early days playing weird, underground warehouse parties. His 2015 collaboration with New York emcee Cakes Da Killa was named 'Best New Music' by Pitchfork, while Skrillex's taste-making Nest HQ blog stepped up to premiere both his recent Orthodox EP and last year's single 'Southpaw.'

And aside from his solo work, Moonbase has also proven himself to be a great curator of rising talent in his own right. He committed to pushing music that innovates with the launch of his own label imprint, Trench Records the same year, instantly achieving success with the release of fellow producer Tiber's debut EP, Self Control, and its breakout single 'Wings.'

All this success has laid a solid foundation for what is destined to be a huge year for Moonbase. In the meantime keep your ears peeled for this huge new collaboration that's set to drop next week.

Presented by Niche Productions, Trench Records and Boundary Sounds.

Art by Chris Yee.

www.nicheproductions.com.au
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By: Death Disco