I Hate Models set to play an exclusive, three hour long set in Melbourne

Via Beat

Global techno sensation I Hate Models has announced his eagerly anticipated return to Naarm/Melbourne this October.

He is set to bring his new audiovisual project, FACE II FACE, to an Untitled Day Party, alongside two impeccable international guests. This one-off show will take place at PICA on Sunday, 13th October.

The French DJ and producer, celebrated for his seamless blend of heavy techno, industrial, and trance, will perform a single, exclusive show, presenting his curated and highly sought-after event FACE II FACE. Following his standout performance at Pitch Music & Arts Festival earlier this year, audiences can expect nothing short of extraordinary.

I Hate Models Melbourne

  • Sunday, October 13
  • PICA
  • With Yasmin Gardezi and Kendal

Since making waves in the global techno scene in 2015, I Hate Models has rapidly gained massive acclaim, transcending audiences worldwide with performances at prestigious festivals including Tomorrowland, Rotterdam Rave, Awakenings Festival, Free Your Mind Festival, and more.

His non-conformist, ambitious approach in the techno realm has allowed him to create unique sonic landscapes and earned him a devoted international following.

Joining I Hate Models for this event will be two powerhouse international acts. Irish-born Yasmin Gardezi, renowned for her energetic, industrial techno with hints of trance, psy, and acid, will be one of the supporting acts, taking part in this epic eight-hour party. Toulouse-based Kendal will complete this lineup; his genre-fusing sets and innovative sounds have made him a force to be reckoned with.

On the local front, both Nak and Yikes will take the stage in the lead-up, ensuring that Australian talent is perfectly represented.

This event will be hosted at PICA, a vast, industrial-style warehouse space in Port Melbourne that has previously hosted impressive events, including a slew of Boiler Room sessions. PICA’s distinctive atmosphere provides an ideal backdrop for I Hate Models, Yasmin Gardezi, Kendal, Nak, and Yikes to leave their marks on.

With just one exclusive show, eight hours of music, and an extended three-hour set from I Hate Models, this is an electronic music event that enthusiasts won’t want to miss.