On a street in Newtown in Sydney’s Inner West, Dylan Frost and Paddy Cornwall met whilst busking, where they bonded over mutual hobbies including their eclectic music taste. Later joined by associate degenerates Hollywood, Crabz and Beaker – right there, on that street, Stinky Fingers came to life. Blending a melting pot of reggae, psych, pop and bourbon, whilst hypnotising you into a swaying trance all at once, comes the grand Sticky Fingers. Their borderline contradictory fusion of flavours speaks to every walk of life, and it’s this multiplicity which makes the world their oyster. If the Clash, Pink Floyd and Arctic Monkeys were to become one, Sticky Fingers are there to supply the sound.
Flight Facilities are no strangers to the electronic dance music world. After the surprise release of their debut album ‘Down To Earth’, Flight Facilities are proving to be on an unstoppable path. Despite there being no prior hype to the album release, it quickly worked its way up to number one on the iTunes Australia and US chart and number two on the UK iTunes electronic charts. Hard at work in the studio, 2016 has seen the pair revamping their live sert as well as working towards the creation of LP2, before joining the Sydney Symphony Orchestra in September at Sydney’s iconic The Domain for #FFxSSO in front of 15,000 hometown fans. Their dedication to production and supplying an unforgettable experience for fans amidst their live sets, makes Flight Facilities a true favourite amidst the Australian dance music scene. We cannot wait to have them grace the stage at Lost Paradise this year.