New compilation and pageant celebrates Sydney scene's shift below lockout legal guidelines

A brand new compilation and pageant will have a good time the Sydney scene's shift and resilience below town's lockout legal guidelines.

'Blue Line Steppers' is a two-part venture from native label Of Leisure, with half one, the 12-track digital and vinyl compilation home, techno, breaks and extra from a bunch Sydney heavyweights and rising artists, out November 16.

Part two's a day pageant stacked with twenty-two native reside membership acts and selectors for 10 hours at Manning House on January 19.

The idea explores the influence the lockout legislation restrictions on metropolis bars and golf equipment, launched in February 2014, which have been "initially a knockdown for established crews, promoters, producers and DJs alike", in keeping with the label.

"(But) the rules inspired a new breed party-goer and thrower, keen and hungry to maintain the vibe alive in extra obscure settings out the public eye."

'Blue Line Steppers' is derived from the blue practice line that runs from lockout-stricken conventional clubbing mecca Kings Cross by means of to the present renegade scorching spots round Sydenham, Marrickville and past in Sydney's interior west.

"The identify represents the heavy migration dance music party-goers from the interior metropolis to these outer industrial suburbs and warehouses," Of Leisure says.

Stream the primary observe from the compilation courtesy Human Movement beneath.

Pre-sale pageant registration . Tickets on sale October 25. More particulars .