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September 29, 2022

Spring pulls you onto the dance floor 

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Nudge Nudge

Spring is ‘Pullen’ you onto the dance floor at September’s Nudge Nudge Wink Wink! Internationally lauded Australian DJ Scott Pullen, and locally-based DJ LustR join our beloved Cunning Stunts resident DJs Lord Sut & Dale Stephen who always bring the bounce to your ounce.

Based in Bali, world renowned Australian DJ, Scott Pullen, has just performed headline shows at the opening party for Hamilton Island Race Week August 2022. Scott has impeccable musical timing. Like many of the original house DJs, he loves grooves more than genre labels. His incredible performance history spans decades and continents. He’s played deep house at Sydney’s biggest club, The Ivy, dirty tribal at New York’s Cielo and London’s Trade – and more.

We can’t wait to see what he’ll play for us. Don’t miss Scott’s fifth set in the Shed – the last four were on fire!

Making her Nudge Nudge Wink Wink debut this September is locally-based DJ LustR. Based here in the Northern Rivers, LustR shares an eclectic array of earthy bass-lines, ranging from organic deep tribal, progressive house, melodic techno and psychedelic soundscapes. Keeping the dance floor entranced with her dynamic pulse, she holds an alluring yet grounding presence behind the decks.

We’re excited to see her sunset set to sway us into spring with the entrancing playfulness she’s known for. 

Springing us into this new season are Cunning Stunts resident DJs Lord Sut & Dale Stephen. These shed-a-licious sensations illuminate and rejuvenate us with their incredible selections and epic sets, taking us on musical journeys that ensure we’ll be dancing with joy throughout!

Saturday from 4pm at the Nudge.

Final event tickets are available now https://bit.ly/3AkfyGe


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