Club Program

Fri 26.07 | 10pm - 5am

Abercrombie Presents: LO'99

Lo’99 is renowned for his own brand of house and techno music as well as being a mainstay in the Australian scene for a decade. His productions have evolved over that time always staying with one ear to the ground yet still delivering distinctive rave and warehouse sound. Coming of the back of a remix for Abercrombie fan favourite Mincy and a forthcoming release on the UK's favourite label Shall Not Fade LO'99's national tour is off to a massive start with sell out shows around the country.


Joining him are rising stars in the hardgroove scene SEKTA. Opening the show are Ahju and 99 Nissan Patrol for a two hour b2b after their debut b2b outing on Area3000. Closing it down is techno upstart Jennifer Stosic with her Abercrombie debut!

And in the sunroom we have a lineup curated by local favourite Mikko fka DJ LowClearance. DITHRYA, Wavyrager and Killian.

Sat 27.07 | 10pm - 5am

RAW pres. Mistr Dean (Vinyl Only/Naarm)

Mistr Dean has emerged as an exciting new talent in Naarm’s scene. Playing a range of rhythmic percussion, industrial loops and a modern spin on dub techno, he offers something unique that few others are playing at the moment. His versatility and cohesive playing style make him stand out as a rising talent in the Australia scene. The talented producer/DJ has attracted attention through his EP “Everything But The Rain”, released on Abode, along with his self released “All Colour But The Black”, and teases tracks from his next EP release throughout this mix.




⌖ MISTR DEAN (Vinyl Only/Naarm)

⌖ Couch Mechanic

⌖ Mara

⌖ Ramiroc

⌖ Tranquility

LEVEL 1 - Couch Mechanic Takeover:

⌖ 150CC

⌖ allergic to bread


⌖ Fug

⌖ kids eat free 

THUR 01.08 | 9pm - 3am

Start of Semester ft. Latifa Tee

A free party to start off the second half of the year with Triple j's own Latifa Tee.

Latifa Tee has graced the stages of Australia and New Zealand’s biggest music festivals, including Splendour In The Grass (Mix Up Stage), Lost Paradise, Beyond The Valley (VIC), Spilt Milk (National Tour) and Summer Camp Festival and now she delivers on the Abercrombie dance floor!

As a multigenre selector and a champion of all sounds anything goes on Latifa's turf.

Joining her are a group of solid local selectors.

Fri 02.08 | 10pm - 5am


Fire up the engines for a high octane night of SPEED GARAGE, JUNGLE BREAKS & GRIME.

Delivering a wide mix of UK Club sounds...


triple j presenter, disk jockey and producer guy joins us for his headline Sydney/Gadigal show on his national tour.


Inspired by classic UKG, this local producer has been getting worldwide support for his originals and bootlegs.

+ C100

A Gadigal producer who has been clocking millions of streams for his GRIME / RAVE mash ups, makes a rare club appearance.


One of the most excited rising stars of the Sydney DJ circuit joins us fresh of the back of a huge Oppidan support.


Expect Dubs on Dubs from this prolific lord of the beats.


Getting you warmed up with classic Two Step vibes.


plus.. INTERLUDE takes over the SUNROOM with a mix of global club rhythms.






Sat 03.08 | 10pm - 5am

CLUB Ctrl pres. Little Fritter

Need2Freak head-honcho Little Fritter is getting unleashed at CLUB Ctrl on Saturday 03 August alongside a stacked support cast across two levels at the Abercrombie.

Little Fritter’s rise on the international scene has been meteoric over the past few years. Hitting global institutions like Hï (Ibiza), Savaya (Bali) and Warehouse Project (Manchester) and Triip Festival (Malta) - alongside his homie Fisher. Closer to home his festival brand Need2Freak (in collaboration with Wongo) has taken QLD by storm and you’ll catch him everywhere from Listen Out to Spilt Milk, Revolver and Lost Sundays. As a producer Fritter’s sound showcases his raw talent for insatiable grooves and dancefloor weapons, racking up releases on Elrow, Sola, Hot Creations, Club Bad, Hottrax, Black Book Records and Catch & Release and smashing the Beatport charts along the way. We can’t wait to get him on the CLUB Ctrl soundsystem.

CLUB Ctrl resident DJ Macaroni returns from her EU va-cay to add some firepower alongside rising stars CA LOU and Sim Select. Upstairs in the Sunroom, we look forward to a special Goods & Services takeover featuring mad dawgs Cavs, Jennifer Stosic, FASHIONABLY LATE and G&S DJs.

Get down early and stay late, this is gonna be a ROMPER!

We acknowledge the Gadigal People of the Eora Nation, the Traditional Custodians of the land where we host our event and we pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging. It would be our honour to offer guestlist tickets for First Nations People. Please email for details.

FRI 09.08 | 10pm - 5am

Abercrmbie Presents: Billy Xane

Billy Xane returns to the Abercrombie for the first time since his massive 2023 headliner show. For those that were in the building for that big big night, you're aware of Xane's signature high energy sets. The physicality and the sonic intensity are a given with Xane - which have secured him spots at both Spilt Milk and Harbourlife.

Otherwise you may know Xane from his notorious CHAOS parties or from his debut EP Arkham on Alison Wonderlands label FMU. Either way 2024 is only looking up.

On main support duties is rising star Billy The Kid.

In the sun room we have the no nonsense Women Of Techno. Showcasing the best of Detroit to Berlin and everywhere in between.Running 10pm - 4am we have RØLA, Strobelight, Nine Hearts and Vixxie.

FRI 10.08 | 10pm - 5am

Tangular: Donald’s House, Osmosis Jones & More

Tangle Agency presents Tangular, a double-header club showcase at The Abercrombie Hotel on Saturday August 10th for all things tech-house, progressive and UKG, with the second room programmed by Oblique. Featuring Naarm based Tangle Agency DJs Donald’s House, Osmosis Jones and Charisma, alongside Eora locals Alina, AHJU, Bichue, Kyle Fransis & Oblique DJs.






Donald’s House

Oblique DJs

Osmosis Jones

Kyle Fransis

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We acknowledge that this event is held on the stolen lands of the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to Elders, past, present and emerging. Sovereignty was never ceded.