Until this very moment, you haven't realised how much you'd love to come to a queer Asian-pop dance party. Now that you do, here's the lowdown:...Hugs and Kisses, 22 Sutherland St, Melbourne
Anyway is one of Melbourne’s biggest super-disco, taking place every Saturday night. The club plays host to the some of the country's biggest...The Bottom End, 579 Little Collins St, Melbourne
Party your Public Holiday eve away at one of Melbourne’s most loved unground venues, Platform One! There will be a huge variety of DJ’s...Platform One, 375 Flinders St, Melbourne
Pay homage to psychobilly fiends the Cramps (the band who brought us creeptastic tunes like ‘I was a Teenage Werewolf’ and ‘Human Fly’) at...LuWow, 62-70 Johnston St, Fitzroy
If you’re looking for the perfect place to party it up on Cup Eve then look no further: That’s House is bringing you American house producers...Alumbra, 161 Harbour Esplanade, Docklands
3D is a dance club which runs from late Friday until the Saturday sun breaks. Showcasing local and international DJs playing electro house,...12 McKillop St, Melbourne
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Bang nightclub has the best of both worlds with live bands as well as DJs, playing a mix of all things hardcore, punk, emo, and metal, along with...629 Bourke St, Melbourne
This is the best place to be for house music lovers in Melbourne. The lit-up dance floor is gimmicky, but the thumping house music is the most...161 High St, Prahran
Renowned for being one of Melbourne’s top hip hop bars, Chaise Lounge is the place to be to hear everything from classic hip hop, RnB, trap and...105 Queen Street, Melbourne
We jumped at the chance to catch up with one of our favourite London DJs and discover why he is still drawn to outsider music.
One of dance music’s most enduring characters returns to Melbourne for Future Music Festival.
We caught up with the LA duo ahead of their After Dark Social Club set
Hands in the air! There'll be lasers, international DJs and some bloody good VJs at Fevah’s 15th birthday.
Midnite Sleaze's Duane Buriani-Gennai and Wayne Smith are Melbourne's own makers of bass-bending tracks and musical mayhem.