Great Southern Nights, in association with Seventy Seven and BNW Events present, 'Please Remain Seated'. An event series that aims to celebrate club culture while exploring the viability of club events in the wake of social distancing and venue restrictions

We're kicking off this event series in a big way with a showcase that focuses on two supremely talented live electronic acts, Phax Machine with special guest Drox. A deteriorating club scene and continued venue closures have heavily impacted live electronic artists by limiting their creative opportunities to perform and gain public exposure. So please join us for what will surely be a uniquely special night of socially distanced, live electro, Friday 20th November at Club 77.

Phax Machine is a collaboration between Sydney-based producers Trinity and Analogue Resistance, who were brought together by their love of acid, techno and unrefined electro. Combining all these sounds and more into a potent and ever-evolving fusion, the duo brings a powerful and driving sound to the club in the form of a live set, utilising a versatile mix of new and old and digital and analogue technologies.

"Drox has built his own niche as one of Sydney’s most distinctive and respected mavens of electronic music. A DJ, live act and producer, Drox has honed his sound and formidable production skills for over a decade, both solo and as part of the Analog Cabin collective, establishing a reputation as a stellar music maker, selector and collector with impeccable taste in beat science.

Great Southern Nights is a new event to kick-start the recovery of the live music industry - featuring 1000 COVID-safe gigs across Sydney and Regional NSW throughout November 2020 (Australian Music Month). Great Southern Nights is a NSW Government Initiative, delivered by destination NSW in Partnership with ARIA. For more information please visit