Aussie electronica artist, documentarian Kid Mac plays Traverse

Australian electronica artist Kid Mac plays Revelstoke’s Traverse Night Club on Mar. 28 as part of only his second-ever tour of Canada

Australian electronica artist Kid Mac plays Revelstoke’s Traverse Night Club on Mar. 28 as part of only his second-ever tour of Canada. Hailing from Sydney’s south

PHOTO: Australian electronica artist Kid Mac plays Revelstoke’s Traverse Night Club on Mar. 28 as part of only his second-ever tour of Canada. Hailing from Sydney’s south, Kid Mac has carved out a name for himself in the Australian music scene with lyrics that reflect the experiences of contemporary Aussie youth, featuring catchy sing-along melodies, dance floor beats and a signature live presence. His second album, Head Noise, debuted at number two on the Australian AIR charts and number one on the iTunes electronic charts. Since then, Mac has been hitting the touring circuit with his three-piece band, opening shows for Mickey Avalon and Wu-Tang Clan. He was named Best Urban Artist at the 2010 MusicOz Awards, and Artist of the Year at the 2012 edition. Mac is an award-winning filmmaker and TV producer/director. His first feature, Bra Boys, remains one of the most successful Australian documentaries of all time, and his second feature, Fighting Fear, earned him two Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts Awards for best cinematography in a documentary and best direction in a documentary.

 

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