Category Archives: Shows

CERN & Future Engineers @Spirit House EP Launch, Grumpys 30/09/17

  • By Lee Batchelor
  • Published September 19, 2017
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Enigma Sound and The Tech Collective are back to bring you Cern, with the launch of his latest Dispatch Recordings release – Spirit House EP…

Support from:
– Future Engineers
– Undefined
– Coalessence

Hosted by MC Pab

Future Engineers @Elements Festival, Queensland, 15.09.17

  • By Lee Batchelor
  • Published August 22, 2017
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Future Engineers @Tectonic, The Sub Club, Melbourne, 24.06.17

  • By Lee Batchelor
  • Published June 1, 2017
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Oscillate Bass and The Tech Collective join forces again to bring you a night of wicked heavyweight dnb and jungle selections.
This is tectonic….version 3.0

MONKEE (Twisted Audio)
KYMAERA (Oscillate)
D GEN (Free Dope)
UNDEFINED (The Tech Collective)


Future Engineers, Roy Green @Burdekin Hotel, Sydney 09.06.17

  • By Lee Batchelor
  • Published June 1, 2017
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Haunted Science & Breakneck Entertainment present:

Pappa Jase

A night of Deep & Liquid Drum n Bass
Big Sound- Cool Visuals – All Vibes
Entry $20
@ Burdekin Hotel [Viper Room]
1 Oxford Street, Darlinghurst

With the recent loss of our dear friend and Drum n Bass legend, the Mighty Marcus Intalex of Soul:R, our next instalment could not be a more fitting way to pay tribute to his illustrious life and career, as we fire up the system in another celebration of the deeper, liquid sounds of dnb, of which Marcus was a true pioneer.
We will be paying our respects to Marcus on the night, so hope you can come down and join us to give homage to one of the greats, who is already sorely missed. Bring your lighters..

We have been waiting to launch this party for a while now, and we hope you are just as excited as we are to have two amazing guests on the line up this month. Future Engineers & Roy Green [of Roy Green & Protone], alongside our own Pappa Jase & Troublesome, to take you on a musical exploration through the deeper liquid sounds of Drum n Bass.
So get in early as this night will be a journey of the senses from start to finish.


Outlook 10 Years Official Melbourne Launch Party – 29.04.17

  • By Lee Batchelor
  • Published May 31, 2017
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Outlook 10 Years Official Melbourne Launch Party

Sceptical (UK) DRS (UK)
Future Engineers (UK)
Jack Chau
Bevin Campbell

Live painting outside – Senekt
Saturday 29th April 2017
@My Aeon / 791 Sydney Road, Brunswick, Melbourne
More info/tickets –


Digital, Future Engineers & Dauntless @Subsonic Music Festival, Sydney 03/12/16

  • By Lee Batchelor
  • Published March 4, 2017
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The Haunted Science, Breakneck Entertainment, Flying Fortress and United Colours of Drum & Bass collectives are co-presenting this tidy little lineup, featuring Digital​ [UK], Future Engineers [UK], DAUNTLESS​ and a whole host of slingin’ locals. These crews have been banding together to deliver a ridiculously decent array of acts to Sydney over the past year, so it is with much respect that Subsonic invites them to come and do their thing. They’ll be curating a diverse yet thematic journey of sounds for you to get down to – from dub, to dancehall, reggae, 140/bass music, jungle, and drum n bass.


Total Science, Nocturnal, Future Engineers @Grumpys – 15.04.16

  • By Lee Batchelor
  • Published May 24, 2016
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Total Science, Nocturnal, Future Engineers @Grumpys – 15.04.16

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Scar ft. Naomi Pryor / Ruffhouse / Future Engineers @Grumpys, Melbourne – 18.02.16

  • By Lee Batchelor
  • Published February 8, 2016
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After a massive launch party featuring Chimpo, Proxemics is back with its next installment featuring SCAR (UK / Metalheads)

Huge suppot lineup feat:
Ruffhouse (UK)
Future Engineers (UK)

Only 150 tickets available, $10 online at the ticket fairy. More on the door unless sold out.

Future Engineers @Navigate – Sub Club, Melbourne – 21.03.15

  • By Lee Batchelor
  • Published March 21, 2015
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Doc Scott / Future Engineers – Grumpys Green, Melbourne – 03.01.15

  • By Luke Honey
  • Published January 3, 2015
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