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The next in a series of Flow Music events is Cosmic Corrazon, an event that welcomes a selection of Australia’s finest DJ talent including Thankyou City, Luke Vecchio, Luke McD, Louke-I, Sriracha and Moe Aloha.

Cosmic Corrazon will be a night of cosmic rhythms and uplifting melodies as the music selectors play genres ranging from organic house and cosmic disco to progressive house and melodic techno, plus everything in between.

Thankyou City is a duo known for their productions on influential record labels like Sol Selectas; Luke Vecchio and Luke McD will individually be bringing the groove with their disco-oriented styles that are an eclectic mix of funk-infused feel-good music; Louke-I is a Lennox Head-based selector who is well known in the Northern Rivers; Sriracha is known on the Melbourne scene for her enchanting style of organic house, and Moe Aloha is a Flow Music favourite that always brings the energy with his upbeat DJ sets.

All of the artists have close ties to Flow by providing mixes for our podcast series and, to make the event even more special, it marks the 50th birthday of Flow Music founder and rave dad Corr Piccone.

There is also a Funktion1 Soundsystem, decor by M AshBrown & Crystal, dancers by Epic Creations, and an Elixir Bar by Alchemia Teas.

Fancy dress is encouraged with the theme of Arabian nights, gipsy threads, cosmic nomads, and space voyagers.

Doors are open on Friday at the Byron Theatre 7:33pm to 3:33am. Find out more at: flowmusic.one.


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