Laser Highway – October 2018

A poster styled with a fusion of 80s horror movie and outrun featuring the text "Laser Highway Halloween" a list of genres "synthwave, outrun, futuresynth and electro" listing two live acts "future fate, EP Lanuch" and "Dedderz NSW" DJ list "Gigavolt & Zerotonine" and the VJ "a comic book villian" and the event information "Sat 13 Oct at Loop, 23 Meyers Place, CBD, Loop project space and bar, 9pm until late, Free Entry" and their facebook url

Halloween comes early to the haunted house of Laser Highway, where Dream Warriors battle against Freddy Krueger, camp counsellors fight Jason Vorhees and a plucky young Laurie Strode survives Michael Myers’ onslaught! Come dance, drink and play to your rapidly beating heart’s content with one of the most electrifying dreadwave acts this country has ever seen, rounded out by selectors, one of which is launching his brand new futuresynth EP! Dressing for the occasion is encouraged


They Came From Beyond to Party Like It was the Year 2099…

Dedderz are an Australia-based electronic-rock duo, consisting of performers, MANEK DEBOTO & NUKE PUKE ‘EM, Transmitting dream-wired cyborg-pop & their own brand of dreadwave-laced futuristic-thrillers from a freaky trans-dimensional home entertainment system, fighting against the drone of bad static that’s filling the airways.

Their first incarnation as Dedderz: Masterz of Dreadwave (MOD), sees the duo teaming up with a plethora of talented synthwave producers from around the globe to collaborate on their ‘next level’ series of releases, including GosT (Blood Music), Cluster Buster, VHS Dreams (Future 80’s Records), Python Blue, Ron Cannon, KickPuncher (NewRetroWave), Irving Force, Batch Sound & more, along with visual artists, Rolly Rocket, Chris Faccone, and Blood & Chrome.

Their sophomore album, ‘The Next Mutation’, which features the theme song from Troma Entertainment’s latest release, Return to Nuke’Em High Vol 2 continues with their vision, growing an even bigger production team, such as Hollywood Burns (Blood Music), Battlejuice, Python Blue, Irving Force, Neoslave, Microchip Terror, Cluster Buster, Citizen Clone, and cover art by Ben G. Adams (Regular Show, Disney, Cartoon Network).



A prophecy foretold of the coming of Okimra. It tells that at the precipice of the technological era an AI will rise to consume the world of man. Our dependence on technology had made the entity all powerful and its thirst to destroy had led to the destruction of every major city on earth. It is a sum total machine, a dystopian symbiote, that powers itself by sucking up and assimilating every mechanical thing in its path. Its destructive power is matched only by its disdain for all living things.

The Mechanism was created by the father of AI to safeguard humanity against an uprising. After his untimely death it was thought that all hope was lost in the war against Okimra. The Mechanism could only be activated by one who was worthy of the knowledge it held within. A series of tasks would have to be completed in order to activate the mechanism, and with mankind on the brink of destruction, a legendary hero would need to rise in order to decipher the mechanism and save the planet. To be continued….

Future Fate will be performing a special DJ set featuring a tracklist of wholly original creations.



Gigavolt has been producing and mixing synth wave, outrun, and electro since 2008. Most recognisable from the wearable tech he wears to Laser Highway, his sound fuses the 80’s neon future with classic cyberpunk themes, always with a heavy beat and lots of drama.



Zerotonine is the host, resident DJ and runs Australia’s first and only monthly club night dedicated to synthwave, outrun and retro electro: Laser Highway in Melbourne. As a labour of love, he is dedicated to providing a unique experience for music makers and fans alike. He is also the co-host of’s (87.6 in Melbourne) Retro Electro Show from 2pm Wednesdays AEST.

A veteran DJ and creator for over a decade playing too many genres internationally and at home in Australia, he is in love with arpeggio basslines, warm synths, and driving drums; his style is inspired by 80’s movies, the Lamborghini Countach, boss fights, neon vectors, keytars, androids, reverb guitars, gated drums, cosmic phenomena, bleeps and bloops. Expect a range of sonic styles to get your feet stomping and head rocking from all corners of the retro-verse.




We acknowledge that this event takes place on the traditionally owned land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin alliance, to whom sovereignty has never been ceded, and we pay our respects to their Elders past, present, and emerging.

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