. Chasers Nightclub, South Yarra [AGES 18+]

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No Chill brings you a HUGE showcase of Australia's emerging bass acts. Headlined by NSW powerhouses Enschway & Hydraulix, with strong support from Melbourne's own Johnny Third & an array of the best up and comers from Australia wide; this is not an event to miss!


Labeled as the local who’ll rule 2017 by InTheMix along with a series of accolades from Run The Trap, YourEDM, NEST HQ, and EDMTunes, there is proof that Enschway’s first release on Sweat It Out is only the very beginning for the Sydney-sider. With a cool 1.2 million online streams across Friendschway Vol. 2 released late last year, Enschway sets his sights on 2017. 


-You never know what to expect from Hydraulix’s versatile high-energy sets and what makes him such a pleasure to watch and hear. “Apart from moving between genres and styles, I try and include as many brand new and exclusive tunes, edits and VIP’s from myself and all the mates. You should be able to come to a show and hear a set that no one else can re-create.”

Over the years Hydraulix has received airplay from Triple J and BBC’s Radio 1, as well as support on his tunes from some of the biggest artists in Bass Music.


Johnny Third represents a generation of Australian electronic artists who are no longer following the trends of Detroit, Chicago or London - they are leading the charge and taking the dance music scene by storm.

With his unique sound design and a live show that lights a room on fire, Johnny Third is ready to step things up following a busy 2016 including a direct support from Black Tiger Sex Machine on their National tour, and a tour that ended with a massive performance at Earthcore in November.


Spenda C is an OG in the Australian Bass music scene. Nina Las Vegas called him "one of the hardest working DJs going around" and you know she knows her shit! Holding down a 10 years residency at infamous Sydney club Chinese Laundry, Spenda knows how to control a sweaty mess of bass heads. No stranger to the festy circuit either Spenda gets the trap arms flying at Sterosonic, Field Day, Future Music, Breakfest, Good Vibrations and heaps more. Spenda is not only a kick ass DJ but a pretty fucking good producer as well. Just ask Major Lazer, Diplo, Carnage and Grandtheft, they all drop his shit on the reg. Spenda tours a fair bit so if he's coming to your town get your ass down to the club and turn up!


2017 had barely even started by the time Willco had made a name for himself in the international electronic music scene with his "Literally Fuck Genres" mixtape. The joke which started in his bedroom became an overnight viral sensation, and gained the attention of nearly every big artist and blog in the world - Racking up over 100,000 plays in 3 days.
The mixtape landed Willco on the homepages of Nest HQ, Stoney Roads, Dancing Astronaut, Run The Trap, and a number of sub-reddits. Artists like Quix, Nightowls, Dubloadz, Ghastly, Just a Gent, Apashe, Badklaat, Dirt Monkey, Riot Ten all shared Willco's sense of humour, and the subsequent traffic resulted in the Dropbox folder to download the mash ups crashing after 4 hours.

The mixtape was the product of Willco's sense of humour, coupled with his unique, crowd-pleasing music taste - A mere satirical exagerration of his live shows. This eccentric 21-year-old packs his sets with bass heavy twists on familiar anthems. With an unrivaled library of private mash ups, edits and remixes, few are able to deliver a set with the energy and diversity of Willco.

After accidentally grabbing the attention of the entire world, 2017 is looking promising for this young local Perth DJ and producer.