Deep House

LOST In Space Video has landed!

Strap into your space suit and approach the air-lock, 'holla back to Houston - the LOST in Space video has finally landed!

Have you ever stepped outside, looked up at the stars, felt small and asked yourself that timeless question….“If I was an alien, an astronaut or an atom of anti-matter, how good would I look on the dance floor?”

On August 2nd, LOST Events™ attempted to answer that very question by taking anyone or anything that could be dreamt up, created, conspired or confabulated... that which exists, or could exist within the cosmos to its secret space station.

You are invited to join those brave souls on an intergalactic odyssey into the uncharted realms of deep space. Watch them flirt with the final frontier and get a glimpse of dancetronaunts spreading their message of peace while protecting Earth from the evils of the universe.

Sydney Polo Club 

On a more refined note our partners at Sydney Polo Club are hosting their annual Gold Cup this Sunday 19th October. If your first mental image of polo is the little guy on your shirt you’ve never experienced real polo!

By ‘polo’ we’re talking about the one Omar Khayyam (the 12th century Persian poet not the other guy) described as the King of Games and the Game of Kings. By ‘real’ we mean world class players. Full size championship fields. Sweat. Muscle. Heat. Horses with shaved manes and wrapped tails.  

If you’ve never seen polo real or imagined this Sunday 19th is your chance as the Gold Cup is one of the biggest tournaments of the spring polo calendar, attracting several thousand people and we’ll be there suited up representing Nacho Figueras style.

To the inexperienced eye, polo translates to something akin to rugby on a horse; fast paced, explosive and intensely physical. We were fortunate to watch Ellerston (Jamie Packer’s team) recently play at SPC and were immediately hooked by the agility of the players, speed of the game and magnetism of the ponies. Goals came quickly, the game was highly entertaining and easy to follow. 

The appeal of polo’s other secrets - vintage champagne, locally sourced wine, organic produce, exotic cars and pimms - are not entirely lost on us and Sydney Polo Club have it covered from every angle. 

We'll be there making the most of the day so if you’re coming we suggest arriving before noon for a good spot, then come find us for a post-chukka drink and chat. We guarantee you will be enchanted.


LOST Boys xx



If you're a fan of beats in this drop-loving city, you'll probably be across the names Spice,Motorik and LOST. If you're new to the build-ups and breakdowns, these crews are your go-to partymakers, constantly churning out some of Sydney's biggest (and most wonderfully chaotic) shindigs around town — from the well-known Spice Cellar to mystery warehouse spots citywide. This weekend, the three are teaming up for a space odyssey of an interstellar get-together, with some of the city's favourite beatmakers on the space-themed bill (previous themes have seen LOST on the Trans Siberian, in the Blitz and in the Underworld).

For the past five years, founder Tim Kean has cranked out some pretty epic dance events after years working with Modular and Kaos Music. This Saturday, August 2 is no different, with the location still a mystery and thousands of guests guessing where the big ol' throwdown will be held.

Headlining the event is ARIA award-winners Art vs. Science, with Sydney d-floor favouriteJensen Interceptor in tow. Motorik Vibe Council will front up their particular brand of beat slinging goodness, while Robbie Lowe, Cassette, Bondi House DJs, Wordlife, Sosueme DJs, Pink Lloyd, Sam Fransisco, Simo, Jericho and Obi-Wan-Keithnobi make up one hell of a pounding lineup.

Sydney Insiders Event: LOST PARTY

Sydney Insiders Event: LOST PARTY

The legendary LOST parties are boarding a train for their next event … This will be the biggest moving party Sydney has ever seen and you are invited to join them. This event celebrates the Secret Circus and pays homage to those who lived and loved the circus and who endeavoured to make the impossible… possible.

Time Out Magazine: Sydneys Changing Party Scene

Time Out Magazine: Sydneys Changing Party Scene

A party in an Oporto? A club night at a nudist beach? Yes! Erin Moy gets down with the DJs and promoters making Sydney one helluva place to dance

The doors of the glitzy Double Bay Ritz-Carlton have long been closed, but on a Sunday night last winter I watched on as 1,000-or-so club kids shook the walls of the hotel’s abandoned ballroom. There were canapés and glasses of champagne, but not a Viennese Waltz in sight. Instead, girls in maid outfits swayed to soaring disco and twisted techno, the room’s ornate lights were barely visible through pulsing strobes and smoke machine fog and bass notes sent shivers through scattered armchairs and endtables. It should have been weird. But the only thing strange about partying at the Ritz was that it didn’t feel strange at all.