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Garageworks #1 Slim Set feat Kimchi Princi and more

  • Bankstown Arts Centre 5 Olympic Parade Bankstown, NSW, 2200 Australia (map)

Garageworks is a series of monthly music nights at Bankstown Arts Centre celebrating musicians from the garages and studios of Western Sydney. 

Each event features a diverse cross-section of performers from the local community and further afield loosely connected through experimentation across a range of genres.

16 years and over
$10 online / $15 at the door / Group 5+ (contact us on 9707 5400 to arrange discounted tickets)

+ Slim Set feat. Kimchi Princi
+ Dominic Talarico
+ Ailsa Liu


Slim Set is a Western Sydney rap duo made up of MC Dev and DJ Atro. Drawing from grime, club music and MC culture as their references, the boys are coming at Aussie hip hop head on. Not content with regurgitating boom bap (like their predecessors) or trap (like their peers), Slim Set’s hybrid, high-octane sound is an anomaly within the Australian hip hop landscape.

Kimchi Princi is an independent artist with a fetish for WI-FI. Her fantastical visions expand across lyrics, production, performance, music videos and DJ sets. As a rapper, her lyrics are known to reach into the guts of millennial tensions across culture, excess and desire. She is currently working with Australia's pioneering club producers for her debut album, PRINCI, due for release in mid-2018.

Dominic Talarico is a pop musician from Western Sydney and has long been one of its best kept secrets, performing and releasing music for more than a decade. Themes within his songs often explore the heights of desire and the unexpected turbulence that it can bring with an earnestness that can make your heart ache.

Ailsa Liu is an artist who creates work across mediums of experimental fiction and poetry, soundscapes, installation. Her soundscapes are informed by texture and layering of sounds, field recordings of urban spaces, found recordings and personal narratives. She is a member of the Finishing School writing collective and All Girl Electronic, a Western Sydney electronic music collective.


Save the date! Garageworks #2 will be on Friday 29 June 2018.

Bankstown Arts Centre is seeking expressions of interest from Western Sydney musicians for future instalments of our monthly music night Garageworks. For more information, email


Bankstown Arts Centre would like to acknowledge the Darug people who are the traditional custodians of the land on which we hold this event.

Bankstown Arts Centre is a wheelchair accessible facility.

This event is supported by Create NSW.

Image credit: Photograph by Lucien Alperstein