Check Yo' Self: Kilter Dropping Into Adelaide For Fat Party This Weekend

Check Yo’ Self: Kilter Dropping Into Adelaide For Fat Party This Weekend

Music fave Kilter’s headlining epic warehouse-style party this Saturday. Here’s how to get last minute tickets.


After the success of last years inaugural event, The Fat Man is bringing the party back out of the basement July 1st for Fat Controller Loves Bacon Vol.002 at Freemason’s Hall feat ya boy Kilter.

Having supported Hayden James at Fat Controller Loves Bacon (FCLB) Vol.001, The Fat Man is excited to have Australian producer Kilter headline this years massive event, bringing his energetic set to town for the only Adelaide date on his ‘Through The Distortion’ album tour. Joining the party is Brisbane beat-maker, Feki, experimental electronica duo, ALTA, plus more of The Fat Man’s friends to be announced.

This is the only warehouse party in Adelaide this winter, and it’s going to kick off uni holidays with a huge bang!

If you’ve been living under a rock, Kilter is the moniker for 24-year-old Sydney rising star Ned East. Having amassed 35 million streams online, multiple visits to the Top of Hype Machine charts and triumphed in the triple j Like A Version studio. Kilter is pleased to announce his highly anticipated debut album Through The Distortion out June 9 via etcetc and is finally on his way to Adelaide as part of his live national tour presented by triple j and NANA JUDY.

In past years, Kilter has transformed from a young, aspiring producer to a multi-instrumental electronic-lord with a collective audience from all corners of the globe. With recent singles “They Don’t Know Us” and “Count On Me” received rotation on triple j, nods from Rolling Stone, as well as millions of streams online & being selected by the heavy hitters of the game like ODESZA, Mø, Duke Dumont, Rufus, Hermitude and London Grammar to remix their singles.

Having quickly developed a reputation as a gun producer in the studio, Kilter is known across Australia as an accomplished live performer too. Flanked by electronic drums and synth-gear galore, Kilter’s live set delivers on the promise of an actual, well, live performance with limbs flying fast between keys, sample pads, drumstick duties, featuring a guitarist and guest performances. Last year Kilter maintained a manic touring schedule, hitting the UK and European festival season before returning home for a string of national headline shows and festival appearances at Falls FestivalSouthbound and Bay Dreams.

So round up the gang and grab your tix to Kilter this Saturday, 1st July here.

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