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Electronic this week: 6am At The Garage are throwing a huge final Hugs&Kisses bash

As Sydney electro king Jensen Interceptor drops in for a Melbourne show.

This Friday November 9 debaucherous DJ duo 6am At The Garage are returning to Hugs&Kisses for their final farewell of the venue, dubbed “One Last Kiss”. They’ll be bringing along fellow debauch-lords Toni Yotzi, Jess Zammit and Tom Moore (Otologic), which is a damn fine group of selectors of Italo-disco, house, boogie and obscure deep dive cuts. Kicks off at 10pm, tickets on the door.
 
Over the other side of the CBD on Friday, Autosea will be hosting the Sydney techno DJ/producer who for some reason named himself after an ugly English sports car – Jensen Interceptor, will be throwing down at Boney. With his selection ranging from heavy detroit electro to rolling Italo, thunderous ‘90s breaks and driving EBM, Jensen’s audience’s are promised a sonic journey. Backing him up will be locals Moopie, Jennifer Loveless, Paul Lynch and Josh Wain. Kicks off at 10pm.
 
Progressive club kids Cool Room have announced their finale for the year, going down on Friday December 7 at Rubix Warehouse in Brunswick. The guest of honour for the night will be Ciel aka Cindy Li from Toronto. Li has made a name for herself in her hometown not only as a DJ but lobbying her local government to improve bylaws and licensing rules. Her sound is infectiously fun, and a lifetime of piano playing shines through on her recently released debut EP on Peach Discs. Along for the ride will be DIN (a new project from Rainbow Chan and Moon Holiday), Emma Stevenson and Jennifer Loveless. Tickets are on sale now.