Summadayze Melbourne, 2nd Round Announcement!

New Years Day just got even bigger!

Nervo, Ruby Rose, Radio Slave, Andy Murphy, Ajax plus over 80 of Melbourne’s finest just added!

 Summer is almost here and things are really heating up with the biggest second announcement of acts Summadayze has ever seen. Flying in from a hugely successful summer in Europe we welcome home Nervo ready to show the Melbourne crowds there really is no place like home. International model, famed TV host and VJ, in-demand DJ and established fashion designer Ruby Rose joins the Summadayze party. Bringing his own unique take on house and techno Radio Slave is a welcomed addition for deeper house music lovers. Andy Murphy, Ajax and the largest all-star Melbourne line up are all on board, we told you this would be big!


Summadayze Melbourne Local Line Up Just Announced!


1928 / Azmac / A13 & Affiks / Aaron Trotman / Agent 86 / Airwolf / Aram / Audio Knights / Azmac / Bangers & Mash / Blanco Nino / Borche / Butterbox / Circus Circus / Clipping / Code Luke / Coire Jones / Deacon Rose / Dean Benson / DJ Prequell / Fabian Gray / Frazer Adnam / Generik / Glass Mirrors / Hands High / Heath Renata / Isaac Fryar / Jacob Malmo / James Fava / James Steeth / Jamie Vlahos / Jarrod Moran / Jesse Young / Jesus / John Doe / JPS / Jules Jay / Jules Sing / Keesh / Kris Baha / Marco Polo / Matt Magoo / Michael Sneddon & Jarrod Bell / Mickey Knox / Mike Buhl / Mike Metro / Mitch Kurz / Muska / NAM / Nick Foley / Nick Jones / Nick Young / Not Another DJ / Orkestrated / Ouch / Papa Smurf / Polyfonik / Pete Laskis / PTFFP / Racehl Andrews / Rob Pix / Ryan Riback / Sam Gudge / Sammy Swan / Sauce & Jaydee / Sean Rault / Silversix / Some Blonde DJ / Spin Doctors / Stevie Mink & Katt Nial / Tenzin / Tim Fitz / Tom Evans / Tony Warden / Wtrs & Jheasy / With Love / Yasumo / Zayler

Nervo (AUS)

Ever since they penned the lyrics and melody to the hugely successful “When Love Takes Over”, produced by David Guetta and featuring Kelly Rowland, NERVO have continued to rise and rise in the dance scene, in both the clubs, festival circuit and in the charts. The amazingly successful writing partnership of Melbourne born twin-sisters, Mim and Liv Nervo, has won them a Grammy and placed them at the top of the a-list for artists to work with.

With only a few years in the international spotlight, their résumé already reads like a who’s who of the pop and dance scene. They wrote the first single from Kylie Minogue’s latest album Aphrodite, have written songs for Ke$ha, J-Lo, Britney, David Guetta, Cheryl Cole and Armin Van Buuren and opening shows for Nicki Minaj and Britney Spears on their arena tours… the list is dizzyingly impressive for a duo that were two years ago unheard of, unless of course you religiously trawled the clubs of Ibiza every weekend.


As well as producing, writing and the occasional modeling, the girls are also singers in their own right, and hope to release their debut EP in between a hectic tour schedule in the first half of next year. Liv took some time out with us to talk about writing Armin Van Buuren’s latest single “Not Giving Up On Love”, the makings of a good dance song, the dynamics of working with your twin sister and how they nearly gave it all up.


There latest hit “We’re All No One” sees them singing and features two of the biggest names in dance music at the moment – Afrojack and Steve Aoki.



Ruby Rose (AUS)

International model, famed TV host and VJ, in-demand DJ, established fashion designer… there’s no doubt about it, Melbourne’s favourite tattooed princess, Ruby Rose, is 2011’s “it” girl! Bursting into the limelight after appearing in the coveted Girlfriend model search in 2002, this vivacious and multi-talented 24 year old has been in the fast lane with her foot firmly planted on the accelerator ever since.


In TV land she’s hosted red carpets for the MTV Music Awards in New York, The ARIA’s and the Logies and Foxtels preferred host for the Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. She’s been an MTV VJ, has hosted Ultimate School Musical and MTV Style and has been a regular on the 7PM Project and a guest on the likes of Talkin ‘Bout’ My Generation, 60 Minutes and Australia’s Next Top Model. Behind the lens she’s been the face of a campaign for Maybelline New York and appeared on the cover of Vogue Australia, New York’s INKED Magazine, and every major fashion and social read in between.  Outside of television and fashion, Ruby’s talents extend to DJing, where she plays at the hottest clubs, parties and festivals around the world. She’s taken her signature mixes to renowned LA club XIV, put it on wax with a compilation album with Grant Smillie that debuted at number ten on the ARIA charts.


She also hosts number one-rating radio show Party People and is currently working on her first solo album. Meanwhile, away from the stage, camera and flashbulbs, her generous contributions of time, energy and passion have been lent to a number of causes including the Wear It With Pride Campaign. She is an active campaigner against bullying and is an ambassador of the youth services organisation, Headspace. Brash, fun and 100% unique, there’s no one else on Earth quite like our own Ruby Rose and she’s well on her way to even greater stardom in 2011 and beyond.



Radio Slave (UK/BERLIN)

We are excited to announce the return of Radio Slave for Summadayze Melbourne. With his own unique take on house and techno Radio Slave – aka Matt Edwards – is a man whose talent doesn’t seem to end. His productions, remixes and DJ sets have only one aim: to make you move – inside and out. Originally from Brighton in the UK, Radio Slave re-located to the natural home of the electronic movement this past Decade, Berlin, in 2008.


Edwards has steadily built his Rekids label up to international prominence, as well as helming the 48th edition of the famed Fabric mix series. Production-wise, he hasn’t faltered since his Radio Slave debut back in 2006, when he released the jacking “My Bleep” to kick off Rekids. His tour in earlier this year in January is still the hot topic of conversation amongst his fans and music lovers with special mention going to his set at the Rainbow Serpent festival, which by all accounts has become the stuff of legend.




Andy Murphy (AUS)

Andy Murphy is Australia’s wild child, bringing the party to clubs all over Australia and the world. At just 26 years of age, Andy has already solidified himself as a big game player in Australia’s elite dance music scene. With a string of solo releases, a collaboration project by the name of Jam Xpress and a regular “Onelove” compilation Andy is Australia’s most prolific young DJ’s. Andy has locked in regular appearances in main rooms all over Australia. His diverse musical talent and drive for quality music, mean that he is a regular at the countries biggest festivals including our very own Summadayze and Future Music Festivals.


If accolades are your thing, Andy has these too; in 2009 Andy polled a staggering #2 nationally in the Sony Inthemix DJ poll and #1 in Victoria (Also highest placed Victorian in history of ITM Poll). In 2010 he did it again polling #3 in Australia and #1 in Victoria. In 2011 Andy featured as a Man Of Calibre in their winter range fashion campaign. Apart from conquering the Australian clubbing circuit, Andy has also toured internationally, most recently, the United States, raising the roof in Miami, New York and LA, (where he played Steve Aoki’s infamous Dim Mak). His talents have also taken him abroad to Dubai, South Korea, Singapore, Bali, New Zealand & more. There is no stopping Andy, moving onto bigger and better things. Up next is Andy’s next single “Can’t keep me” followed by a huge new track by Jam Xpress “Everybody get up” featuring the vocal talent of Seany B. Andy’s next compilation “Club Electro” is due October. Stay tuned!!!



Ajax (AUS)

Ajax, A self-proclaimed dance legend and piss taker has acquired many accolades. He’s been voted Australia’s Number 1 DJ twice, 3 Times 3D World Best DJ, Future DMA Best DJ, Busy P’s Best DJ of 2007 (XLR8R), Digitalism’s best DJ of 2007 (BIGSHOT) and Justice’s One to Watch in 2008 (DJ MAGAZINE)


He is the co founder and director of Sweat It Out Music and agency who last year released the worldwide hit “ We Know Speak Americano ” by Yolanda Be Cool vs. Dcup. Ajax has performed across the globe with shows at Fabric in the UK and the Paris Social Club in France just to name a few. In Australia he has toured multiple times with the Parklife Festivals, Future Music Festival, Summadayze, We Love Sounds, Splendour in the Grass and many others.


Summadayze Melbourne Artist Line Up

Pendulum (live), Snoop Dogg (live), Calvin Harris, Scissor Sisters (live), Moby (DJ Set), Grandmaster Flash, Erick Morillo, Markus Schulz, Sasha, Tiga, Skream & Benga feat. Youngman, Busy P, Seth Troxler, Flying Lotus, InFlagranti, Spank Rock, Mightyfools, Jack Beats, 12th Planet plus many more.


Artist line-ups will vary in each city.  Check for full event details.


National Dates:

Dec 31st New Years Eve, Summadayze, Rymill Park

Jan 1st New Years Day, Summadayze Melbourne, Sidney Myer Music Bowl

Jan 2nd Summafieldayze Gold Coast, Doug Jennings Park

Jan 3rd Summadayze Perth, Sir James Mitchell Park


Tickets On Sale now through: The Arts Centre – – Ph. 1300 182 183 and Ticketmaster –  – Ph. 136 100 &


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