“We’re bringing the whole SWEAT IT OUT crew down and everyone’s super pumped to bring the funk in line with everything Vibes stands for. We’re going to have lots of guest performers, keys players, live guitars, vocalists…all framed within DJ sets. It’s going to be super super fun.” Matt from Sweat It Out
The Sweat It Out Sound System comes via the Sydney based record label started by the late great Australian DJ, AJAX. Nominated for best Australian indie label and now complete with a publishing and agency wing, the label is home to artists such as RÜFÜS, What So Not, Motez, Yolanda Be Cool, Cassian and Sinden, not to mention an ever-growing list of up and coming stars.
With sub label Club Sweat an outlet for more club-focused, no frills, underground records, the label is at the forefront of electronic music both locally and internationally, with an office in LA recently set up to feed the growing demand from that side of the world for the label and its roster.
Yolanda Be Cool
In a world of inflated egos and outrageous demands, Yolanda Be Cool, aka Bondi boys Andy and Matt, have kept their feet on the ground and let their music do the talking. It’s the sort of conversation you really do want to be part of.
Jüan Dü Sol
Jüan Dü Sol is the DJ incarnation of a rather fabulous and well loved Aussie 3 piece alt dance act who need to remain nameless 😉 Expect it deep hard n funky. Expect it awesome.
One night in a disco, on the outskirts of Frisco, two lovers engaged in the act of seduction – the culmination of which would change the evolutionary path of man, moustache and music.
Pushing the sounds of warm & grooving handclap disco, hypnotic & intricate hipthrust house and energetic, driving letchairdown-techno, no genre is safe and nothing is taboo as Frames spins and warps his magic over 4-8 minute euphoric gems.
In their short yet illustrious career, Go Freek! have already cemented their place in the global dance industry. Signing early to Sweat It Out, it didn’t take long for some of the worlds biggest artists to take note as Go Freek! shot from label young bloods, to Sweat It Out main men.
Jad & The Ladyboy
You normally get big in your own back yard yeah? And then try to make it overseas? Not Jad & The Ladyboy. He’s been killing it over in Europe for a while now with releases on Berlin based labels likeExploited and Retrofit, so when he hit up Club Sweat, it wasn’t a difficult choice.
Suave New York businessman by day, crime-fighting bat by night; Mickey Kojak is neither of those things, but he does make tunes you can groove to.
Plastic Plates aka Felix Bloxsom is a chronic jazz head drummer and percussionist who couldn’t help himself become a DJ and producer. His previous work on the Sam Sparrow album led to a collab on Plastic Plates’ Stay In Love.
The Sydney/LA based duo have been on the rise following their smash Ultrasonic, with support from Pete Tong to Amine Edge, along with topping the beatport charts with their collab Not Hit Enough with Jesse Rose.
Taking a step around the current state of electronic music, Polographia keep it simple with a natural approach. A live setup comprised of guitar, synthesiser and drum kit finds that perfect balance of warm ups, peaks and unwinds all rolled into one.