3rd show added by overwhelming demand!!


Sweater Beats, Nadus

Wed, July 16, 2014

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

Terminal 5

New York, NY

$25 advance / $30 day of show

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This event is all ages

In 2012, a young beatmaker called Flume burst on to the scene and single-handedly changed the face of Australian dance music and its possibilities.

The then 20-year old had just one single ('Sleepless') and one remix (Hermitude's Hyperparadise) to his name. The buzz was growing, thanks in part to a standout afternoon performance at Splendour in the Grass, but his audience was confined largely to fans of underground electronica propagated by rising tastemaker label Future Classic.

'Zeitgeist' is an awkward and overused word, but Flume captured it. Lead single, the double-platinum selling 'Holdin On' came out and people went nuts. The album came out in November 2012 to rave reviews ('scarily close to perfect', said Rolling Stone) and debuted at #2. 'On Top' came out and once again people were hooked.

He played countless festivals in his native country - Golden Plains, Falls and an especially memorable Laneway Festival headline slot - and fans couldn't get enough. He was the highest- polled local artist and most-polled artist overall in triple j's Hottest 100. At one point, Flume was playlisted on community radio, triple j and commercial radio simultaneously. In February, Flume peaked at #1 on the ARIA Chart, two months after its release. In April 2013, he sold out a mammoth 37,000 ticket national tour, including two Hordern Pavilions, two Festival Halls and a maximum capacity Riverstage.

Simultaneously, Flume was making serious inroads overseas, selling out headline shows in NYC, LA, London (The Roundhouse), Paris (Trianon) and Berlin. His maiden NZ headline tour saw him play to over 11,000 fans. He joined like-minded producers Disclosure on their massive, sold-out national UK tour in November.

In November 2013, Flume teamed up with friend and collaborator Chet Faker to release the platinum-selling Lockjaw EP, featuring single “Drop The Game’ which polled at an impressive #5 on triple j’s Hottest 100.

Flume won the 2013 triple j award for ‘Australian Album Of The Year’, and four ARIA Awards for ‘Producer of the Year’, ‘Best Male’, ‘Breakthrough Artist’ and ‘Best Dance Release’. He capped off an incredible 18 months in Australia with headline slots at the national Big Day Out and Field Day festivals (where he finished with a wild back to back set with Skrillex).

Commercial success is one thing, but the the best part? The music is really, really good. The producer (don't call him a DJ) creates complex, intelligent, original productions that sound great wherever you're listening - all from the bedroom of his parents' house.

Flume will spend 2014 touring internationally, including stops at Coachella and Lollapalooza in South America. Stay tuned for more dates, TBA.

"It looks as if Flume may have to start getting used to being the centre of attention." – 4/5 THE GUARDIAN

“Sydney’s electronic producer/ auteur stripling Harley Streten shows what celebrity fans such as the xx, Four Tet and Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs have been getting excited about.” – THE INDEPENDENT

“With that kind of control over his songs and performers, Flume could easily evolve into a sought-after producer.” – PITCHFORK

"He’s woven a stunning debut which is as scattershot as it is coherent, and his homeland is certainly right to be heralding him as the next big thing.” - 8.5/10 THE LINE OF BEST FIT
Sweater Beats
Seducing the world via his own brand of dream-soaked pop and lushed out r&b, Antonio Cuna, aka Sweater Beats, is a force to be reckoned with. Since the release of his single "MLLN DLLR" on Bondax's Justus Recordings in 2012, Cuna has garnered support from tastemakers like Diplo and Annie Mac, and has delivered standout mixes for Boiler Room, SSENSE, and Red Bull Studios. His debut EP for Symbols ("That Feel") sees Antonio implementing more organic instrumentation, as well as original vocals, and the finished product is a strong vision of the future of Pop and R&B. Sweater Beats' next project is slated for LA imprint and long-time affiliate Huh, What & Where for early 2014.
Although his unique sound sees no boundaries, New Jersey's Nadus truly excels at creating and producing fast-paced Juke, hard-hitting hip-hop, and energetic Jersey Club under the umbrella of East Coast Club music.

Nadus has come a long way since Dirty South Joe, Tim Dolla, Mike V, and the Brick Bandits family put him on the map when he was only fifteen years old. Now at twenty years old, Nadus' signature sound and masterful performances behind the decks have taken him as far as Sydney, Australia. His original productions and remixes have been released on labels like Ninjatune, Palms Out Sounds, Ghettophiles, and Kingdom's Fade To Mind Imprint. He has produced music for the Seattle rapper, Eighty4Fly and is the official DJ and producer for the rap group, NJ Rebels. Nadus is also the co-founder of the "Thread" party with Exrahk, DJ Reck, and Elete of St. Joe Louis.

Ever since he's been on the scene, Nadus has racked up a mile-long list of supporters amongst his peers of DJs and producers, including his mentor DJ Steel, Dave Nada, David Heartbreak, Munchi, DJ Sega, Nick Hook, Cobra Krames, DirtyFingers, DJ Ayres, DJ Tameil, WCKids, Luny P, Sinden, and Diplo, who even wrote a college recommendation for him.
Venue Information:
Terminal 5
610 W 56th St
New York, NY, 10019