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May 17, 2021

Byron thrills to Jaguar Skills

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Ministry of Sound DJ and ever-masked man of mystery Jaguar Skills hits LaLa Land tonight as part of his Australian Kick Ass tour.

Whether or not it was intentionally planned for the start of Schoolies, his Byron gig is his only appearance outside of a major metropolitan area. And, let’s face it, he plays plenty of tracks those Schoolies’ parents would recognize – though maybe not as they remember them!

Keep an ear out for his highly anticipated just-released his debut. Taken from his acclaimed Toolroom Knights album, ‘9 Levels Of Power’ comes complete with a devastating remix package that reflects the mysterious masked Ninja’s versatility as a DJ.

Jaguar Skills + 3rdeye & Sammy K play LaLa Land tonight.


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