Davey’s Serves Up Peking Duk

Australian electronic music duo Peking Duk burst in to Davey’s Sunday 8th June for Queens Birthday long weekend.  DJ producers Adam Hyde and Reuben Styles both came from live music backgrounds to form their unique electro house, Indy-dance act in 2010. The pair first gained attention when releasing their Passion Pit bootleg remix in May 2012. Since then they have opened for artists such as Example and The Bloody Beetroots and are supported by huge artists such as Tiesto, Steve Aoki and A-Track just to name a few.

Peking Duk have released two singles, both of which have hit #1 on the ARIA Club Charts and have also featured in the Australian Single Charts. In 2013, Peking Duk placed 5th in the InTheMix Top 50 competition and have toured Australia, Asia and North America – where Australian audiences have enjoyed their sets at such festivals as Falls Festival, Splendour in the Grass, Parklife Music Festival, Shore Thing and Big Day Out.

“Peking Duk does not only taste good, but it sounds even better!” – Tommy Trash

Just back from Groovin’ The Moo they’ve been topping the ARIA Singles Chart and the ARIA Club Chart with their track “High” featuring Australian vocalist Nicole Milla Catch the boys at Davey’s Sunday 8th June from 9pm with supports Jane Daffy (no duck jokes please) and Zane Zero. Daveys is located on the corner of Davey St & Nepean Hwy, Frankston. www.daveys.com.au


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