Online music festival ISOL-AID has dropped the itinerary for this weekend’s event, opting instead for a stripped-back lineup and a one-night-only dance party.
Kicking off Saturday (May 16) from 10pm AEST, punters can expect performances from Allday, KLP and Dameeeela, in addition to a joint show by Melbourne singer Tanzer and performance art duo The Huxleys.
The forthcoming concert is marketed as the first edition of ‘ISOL-LATE’, suggesting more dance parties are on the horizon as restrictions put in place to stop the spread of COVID-19 gradually ease.
“For those who miss the smell of sweat dripping off the walls of their favourite late-night haunt. For those who crave the dancefloor. We’re bringing something new to your lounge-room,” a press statement reads.
“Turn the lights off, slip outta your Uggs and into those dusty dancing shoes. Turn the speakers up juuust enough to remind your next-door neighbours how much they’ll miss quarantine, and get the floor shaking. Leave the music to us, we’ll take you there.”
Meet Iso-Late, Isol-Aid’s newest 'n naughtiest big sister. Performing late and live:AlldayKLPDameeeelaThe Huxleys & TanzerStreaming this Saturday from isolaidfestival.comPresented by Jägermeister
Posted by Isol-Aid Festival on Wednesday, May 13, 2020
For the past eight weekends, the livestream festival has been spread out over the course of Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Last weekend’s ISOL-AID featured collaborations with local and overseas labels and saw performances from P-UniQue, Fergus James, Faye Webster, Slowly Slowly and Black Belt Eagle Scout, among others.