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54 Hyde St
Adelaide, SA, 5000




Bianca Iovino

Taking things up a notch since their last Adelaide performance at HQ, the Aussie electro legends, better known as Peking Duk brought the heat to Thebarton Theatre with their ‘Biggest Tour Ever’.

Rising star Kira Puru opened the night, warming everyone up with funky-pop tracks such as Molotov and her fresh new single Everything Is Better Without You.

Next up was last year’s Triple j Unearthed Artist Of the Year, Kwame. As the atmosphere grew, the high energy of his raps, particularly from banger WOW, proved just enough to segue into the main attraction.

Cue the rumble of thunder and an intrinsic lightshow bouncing off the menagerie of instruments and mix boards, Adam Hyde and Reuben Styles and their drummer graced the stage, opening their set with Fake Magic.

The synth-electro sound signature to the duo set the party vibe. The venue exploded with momentment from the sound pulsing through the walls, with the help of shots of fire spewing from the stage into the air.

They weren’t alone though - both support acts as well as fellow radelaidian singer Chris Sebastian joined Hyde and Styles on stage periodically to cover tunes such as Say My Name, Song 2 and huge hit Take Me Over.

Leaving the crowd hyped and tuckered out, the finale was brought by the Aria award-winning song High, leaving their performance on just that.