We know more than anyone that is has been one terribly cold winter, but what a better way to come out of hibernation than the first edition of The Fat Man’s ‘Fat Controller Loves Bacon’ Party. The Fat Man sure is getting ready to deliver one big, fat, epic party with legendary beat-maker Hayden James headlining the club’s first every warehouse party on September 10th. Due to overwhelming demand in the young producer's Adelaide show, The Fat Man had no choice but to upgrade the venue to the Queen's Theatre, which we can confirm is the perfect backdrop to have you thinking you are at a super exclusive warehouse party in downtown New York.
The warehouse party is a part of Hayden James’ national tour in support of his current single Just A Lover. The track showcases why he’s one of Australia’s best up-and-coming producers and why he’s been selling out stages around the world over the past twelve months. For those who'll want to kick on through the night, fellow producer Kilter will also be taking to the decks for the after party at Fat Controller's basement. Warming up the night will be young vocalist and producer, Dena Amy, who has recently released her track Wait For You after appearing with RÜFÜS at Coachella. You better get in quick because second release to the warehouse party has just sold out!
Get your fares to The Fat Man's Fat Controller Loves Bacon Volume 001 on September 9th at Queen's Theatre here.
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