DragonFruit Beats #8 lands with the Chameleon Recordings showcase of Melbourne's finest in techno, presenting Jamie Stevens + Steve Ward.

As a global movement, Chameleon Recordings is dedicated to the exploration of alternative art forms and its connection with the modern human psyche, where cutting-edge electronic music lives, breathes and adapts. The Chameleon label provides an outlet for all forms of creative media; fusing photography, creative writing and graphic design along side the varied spectrum of techno-house.

Chameleon events are a musical and visual exhibition curated to offer a complete multi media attack on the senses. Over the past 4 years the events have been held in some of the most influential cities around the globe: Berlin, Amsterdam, Tokyo, Melbourne, Sydney, Auckland & Queenstown.

LINE-UP
► Steve Ward (Chameleon REC) ► Jamie Stevens (Chameleon REC) ► Jay Berry (DF Beats) ► Kyle Burchill (DF Beats) ► Defwill (La Vibrations)

Tickets start from $15 + BF and available here.

DRAGONFRUIT BEATS pres. Steve Ward + Jamie Stevens (Melb/Chameleon Rec)
9pm-5am Friday July 31, 2015
Woolly Mammoth Alehouse, 633 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley
Free entry with 18+ Photo ID required

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