Klaxons and The Avalanches play Sydney Christmas rave
Influential label Modular threw a massive hometown party this week (December 1).
The label, who originated in Australia, took over Sydney’s Forum venue for their two-stage Christmas show which boasted a glowstick chandelier plus a makeshift funfair.
With a strong new rave feel thanks to crowd’s neon clothes, over-sized glasses plus a multitude of glowsticks – many of which cracked open and the fluorescent liquid used to decorate the venue – highlights included New Young Pony Club, Vendettas and Bumblebeez, who played their set dressed in a tiger costume.
Klaxons, meanwhile, made many new friends with their set including one enthusiastic female stage invade who managed to evade security to plan a big kiss on Jamie Reynolds‘ lips.
‘Atlantis to Interzone’
‘Hall Of Records’
‘Totem On The Timeline’
‘Its Not All Over’
‘Four Hoursemen 2012’
Meanwhile, Modular have compiled a CD that is been given away exclusively with this week’s issue of NME.