LIAM SIEKER | INTERVIEW & GUEST MIX | FRICTION | FRI 10PM

FRICTION welcomes LIAM SIEKER from Melbourne. Liam has been on fire lately, with original releases coming out like there is no tomorrow? Maybe he knows something we don’t? Liam joins us this Friday as he preps to headline My Aeon on the 22nd of March for the Late Night Music label showcase. We are very excited to see Liam in the studio and chat about where his drive is at.

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LIAM SIEKER

(Open Records/Late Night Music)

Liam resides in Melbourne spending his time making music and playing gigs around town. He has played at establishments all over Melbourne including regular spots at Killing Time, My Aeon, Brown Alley and Revolver Upstairs aswell as multiple festivals including Babylon Festival, Rabbits Eat Lettuce and The Comfort Zone and Esoteric Festival to name a few. Opening or closing the night for artists such as Oliver Huntemann, Charlotte De Witte, Waveback, Nanoplex, Ben Coda and more.
These achievements have seen him tour internationally twice for his own solo tour in New Caledonia, as well as playing alongside high caliber artists such as Nick Warren and Rossko. He has become a staple in Australia’s electronic scene, lighting up dancefloors nationwide with his unique and mature approach to performing.

Liam has spent a number of years in the studio making his unique style of electronic music. This has seen him collaborate with a number of artists and releases on some of the best labels Australia has to offer (Recovery Collective, Open Records, Ugenius Music and Bassic Records) his music has breached the international circuit after being played on D-Formations radio show by the techno star Betoko.

Blending genres from low slung grooves all the way up to psychedelic progressive techno with his own creative twist. Let Liam take you on an emotive journey into the unknown sounds of electronic music.

 

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Remember to keep tuning into Friction every week as we welcome weekly guests up to the Friction waves.

 

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