If you’re an Adelaide local, chances are you’ve encountered Mirador Records without even realising it. The label has worked with local legends including Jimmy & the Mirrors, Horror My Friend, Bad//Dreems and West Thebarton Brothel Party to produce some of the greatest contributions to Adelaide’s current music scene.
To celebrate four years of hard work and good music, the folks at Mirador will be throwing a massive warehouse party next Friday, May 27 at the Queen’s Theatre. Headlined by the beautiful sounds of three-piece electro-pop outfit Mansionair and the infectious beats of synth-wizard Luke Million, this is set to be one hell of a bash.
The night will also showcase the ethereal synth-pop of Problems fresh from supporting City Calm Down on their national tour, World Wide, who will be bringing their unique brand of dancey indie goodness to the stage, and Nuseum, whose soaring riffs and melodies will transport you well out of this world. Members of Valleys, Battlehounds, Going Steady as well as a crew of Mirador DJs will be behind the decks on the night to ensure the party vibes remain at a constant high.
With cheap drinks, giveaways, sick visuals, and even a pop-up local record store, this is a stellar night of live music that is not to be missed.
What: Mirador Records 4 Year Party feat. Mansionair & Luke Million
When: Friday, May 27
Where: Queen's Theatre, Playhouse Lane
Price: $15 via Moshtix
Header image via Erez Avissar
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