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The days are getting longer and summer is just around the corner. We here at UNDISCLOSED will take any excuse to throw a rager, and this is no exception.

In a few short weeks, we're stoked to be welcoming a UD newcomer in Sydney Spinning royalty, Sveta. From Sydney’s fiercest and dearest club nights through to the underground parties that line New York City’s sub-cultures and beyond, Sveta has been socking it to audiences fresh from behind the decks for more than two decades.

Accompanying her on our star-studded lineup is Yung Lemon, an imaginary character who varies depending on the mind he inhabits.

Alongside him, and also making her UD debut, is Jungist, co-founder of events and mix series Decay Audio and talented selector in her own right. Her vibe is born out of a passion and thirst for a darker sound and it has seen her feature alongside many international artists throughout her journey thus far.

Rounding out our lineup is UNDISCLOSED resident Bouki. Heavily influenced by the time he spent at university in Bristol, Bouki has a particular affinity for broken rhythms and always delivers some UK flavour.

Come and join us as we send off the last weekend of spring in the infamous Tokyo Sing Song basement.


⇢ Sveta (POOF DOOF)




⇢ Jungist (Decay Audio)


⇢ Yung Lemon (Ekosystem, Free House)




From $15 online (excluding fees)


UNDISCLOSED provides a safe, inclusive and welcoming space for everyone to express themselves freely and without discrimination. We have a zero tolerance policy towards any forms of harassment, violence, racism, homophobia, transphobia and antisocial behaviour. In the instance that you have any concerns, please raise this with the UNDISCLOSED crew or the friendly staff at the Tokyo Sing Song. Last but not least, look out for each other and enjoy yourselves.


We would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we congregate and dance, the Gadigal People of the Eora Nation. We pay our respects to ancestors and Elders past, present and emerging and we honour Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ unique cultural and spiritual relationships to the land, waters and their rich contribution to society. We acknowledge that our events, and all the work we undertake occurs on stolen land and that sovereignty has never been ceded. It always was and always will be Aboriginal land.

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