Announcing his Alchemy EP and tour across Australia, Willaris. K stopped in at Fat Controller on October 12.
The once tradie now electronic producer, Jack McAllister, brought his emotive electronica EP to the basement.
Lonelyspeck opened the evening with chilled and ambient vibes. Theo Kottis built on this, playing energetic tunes to the equally energetic, and growing crowd.
Breaking the anticipation after midnight, Jack opened his set seamlessly, beginning with ‘Catch Phrase’.
His moody and somewhat sinister set filled the basement with his infectious stage energy.
The synth driven electronic set showcased his progressive EP, with true atmospheric and party vibes.
With a full lights show, Jack’s set ignited a compulsory dance party.
Playing through his Alchemy EP methodically, Jack added a remix of Exhibitionists ‘Hands’.
The audience intensified their dance moves, only forcing their friends to join the mood.
The bridge in the seven minutes of ‘Risen’ allowed the audience a brief pause in their dancing to catch their breath.
With influences like Jon Hopkins and Seekae, Jack's long overdue EP exceeded expectations.
His dynamic and elevating live set only illuminated the inventiveness and powerful ominous synths used in his EP, Alchemy.
A night in the Fat Man’s basement you shouldn't have missed.