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Trackwork Presents Club Service

Catch one of the producers of Beyoncé's 'Renaissance' and snack on cheesy slices from Pizza Oltra at this underground dance party.
By Ben Hansen
May 18, 2023
By Ben Hansen
May 18, 2023

Sydney-based record label Trackwork has been blazing a trail for boundary-pushing hip hop and dance music rising out of this city for the past five years. As part of the 2023 Vivid program, the label is pulling together some of its favourite musicians for a night of heavy bass in Martin Place's CTA Business Building.

Arriving at the nostalgic underground venue that most recently hosted The Weary Traveller during Sydney Festival, Trackwork Presents Club Service pulls together a lineup of some of the most interesting beatmakers and songwriters from across Australia and the world.

LA-based Dominican producer Kelman Duran heads up the night, fresh from collaborating with Beyoncé on her most recent album Renaissance. Local producer Utility will be popping up for a collaborative set with rapper Vv Pete — who recently supported Denzel Curry and was named FBi Radio's Next Big Thing.

Rounding out the lineup is Berlin-based musician Cassius Select, digital artist and black metal enthusiast Serwah Attafuah and Poison, the new team-up from DJ Plead and T. Morimoto.

If you get peckish while you're on the dance floor, you're in luck. Eddy Avenue's new pizza joint Pizza Oltra is in charge of the bistro for the night, so you can satisfy your cravings with some cheesy slices between sets.

The night kicks off at 5pm and will run until 2am.


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Top image: CTA Business Club during The Weary Traveller, Sydney Festival

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