Time Out says
Rave to your fave dance music artists at this music festival in Centennial Parklands
If you like to bust a move on the thumping, neon dancefloor but would like to emerge, like a butterfly, from the sweaty underground den of nightclubs, Listen Out is for you. It’s a music festival with massive dance, R’n’B and hip-hop acts that’s happening in the fresh air of Centennial Parklands on October 5.
Some of this year’s stars include Australia’s darling DJ and producer Flume (prepare to feel the base in ‘Never Be Like You’); politically switched on, bandana and balaclava-wearing Leikeli47, who released her second full-length album Acrylic in 2018; and major US rapper Denzel Curry who’s started 2019 strong with new album Zuu.
Regular’s on Sydney’s electronic music scene, Cosmos Midnight, will be doing their twin thing and pumping upbeat tracks, and British house DJ Hannah Wants will be bringing the beat in with her mesmerising visually performances. Brisbane rapper and activist Miss Blanks will also be sharing her experience as a trans woman of colour through tracks like ‘Good Good D’ and ‘Haters’.