Fuzzy introduce their latest offering in terms of events with ‘Curve ball’ at the Carriageworks for Vivid Sydney, featuring international headlining artist ZHU and a massive line-up of supporting Australian artists. Curve Ball is being dubbed as an “immersive audio – visual experience, a feast for your eyes and ears with intricate sound design and video artistry.”

ZHU will be bringing his spectacular new live show when he performs exclusively in Sydney for Curve Ball. Known for his global hit “Faded” (which peaked at #1 on the single iTunes chart) and debut EP ‘The Nightday’ (which peaked at #1 on Australian album charts), ZHU is one international artist not to miss live. After his amazing performance at Coachella festival this year; the Sydney crowd should expect his live show to be a visual and audio spectacle, delivering a highly stylised atmospheric experience.

Joining ZHU on the Curve Ball line-up are a host of Australian artists including Sydney’s favourite twins Cosmo’s Midnight. Their latest track “Walk With Me” (feat. Kucka) has seen 3 million plays digitally. Cosmo’s Midnight has also appeared at a number of Australia’s major festivals including Splendour In The Grass, Big Day Out, Field Day and Listen Out, as well as supported Alison Wonderland, Porter Robinson and Cashmere Cat and other major international artists.

Home-grown producer Basenji will also be hitting the stage. His debut single “Dawn” has seen over 1.4 million views and he has featured on Boiler Room, played at Vivid Live and countless festivals around the country. Top Australian female artists including Sydney’s JOY and also the really talented Nicole Millar, who is best known for fronting some of the biggest electronic tracks of the last few years, including the colossal anthem ‘High’ with Peking Duk, Golden Features’s’ ‘Tell Me’ and Emoh Instead’s (What So Not) ‘Out To Dry’ will also feature, adding even more breadth to the already heavy-loaded talented Australian support line-up.

Other Australian artists joining the bill also include Elk Road, Cleopold and lastly, Yuma X who recently turned heads with their cover of Ghoul’s “Swimming Pool”, claiming the #1 spot on Hype machine.

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