Friendly Fires, Claptone and Dom Dolla for Habitat Garden Party

Friendly Fires (pictured), Claptone and Dom Dolla are just a few of the acts lined up to play Habitat’s Garden Party at the Ice Cream Factory this December.

On December 27th Claptone, Dom Dolla, Friendly Fires [DJ set], Amine Edge and Dance, Noir, Made in Paris and Sama will provide the best party to fill the gap between Christmas and New Year.

Headlining is Claptone. The Berlin based DJ is to the music world what Banksy is to the art world. Nobody really knows the true identity of the man beneath the Venetian gold beak, and not much is known about him besides his uncanny ability to transfix audiences across the globe with his charm on the turntables.

Quickly become one of Australia’s favourites on any bill, ARIA award nominated Melbourne producer Dom Dolla has seen a meteoric rise following the release of his global house hit Take It. Producing remixes for Purple Disco Machine, Hayden James, Pnau, RÜFÜS DU SOL, touring the world, all whilst being named Pete Tong’s “future star of 2019” and Billboard’s “artist to watch”.

Proving himself as one of the most prolific electronic exports from Australia, Dom Dolla follows up his 2018 epic, with his latest offering San Frandisco, out now on Sweat It Out.

Hailing from St. Albans in Hertfordshire, England, formed by a trio of lifelong friends, Friendly Fires began combining the anthemic choruses and swooning melodies of indie rock and shoegaze with the insistent pulse of dance music in the mid-2000s. This mix of styles sounded prescient on 2008’s Friendly Fires and 2011’s Pala, while the band’s later singles and albums reflected how enmeshed the worlds of indie and dance were as the 2010s came to a close.

The party will be going down on Froday 27th December at the Ice Cream Factory get tickets via Eventbrite.

OIP Staff