FRIDAY 19-th

The newest addition to the Astral People family is Basenji, a producer who thrives in the middle ground between niche genres. With only a few songs to his name thus far, the Sydney-sider’s homemade blend of eclectic percussion and R&B-inspired melodies has already turned heads all over Australia, clocking up countless plays on Triple J and community radio stations around the country. The 21-year-old producer has been plastered around blogs worldwide in 2013, garnering acclaim for his colourful and chaotic brand of songwriting. Whether he’s recreating a marching band or sending you into a woodblock-driven frenzy, Basenji is constantly exploring the boundaries of the electronic music scene and always giving listeners something new to listen to. Destined for a huge 2014 (which will include the debut of his live show and EP), Basenji is definitely one of the most exciting fresh young acts in Australia and will no doubt leave plenty of crowds speechless in the coming months.

Knocking international superstars like Cashmere Cat from their iTunes chart glory, & blazing a path towards a massive 1 million plays on SoundCloud, West coast beat kid ‘Sable’ continues to dominate the Australia air waves with his sugar-rush radio single ‘Feels So Good’, from his debut EP of the same name, released through Warner Music Australia earlier this year.

Completing a 16 date national tour off the back of the EP’s release, Sable now stands strong as one of the most exciting acts on the Australian electronic music landscape. Remixes for Aussie pop princess Bertie Blackman, forthcoming work with new Aus-rap sensation Tkay, and his free-download reworks of R n B jams and commercial hip hop are lapped up by thousands across the globe, Sable keeps the fans hungry for more.
Recently he landed on the cover of national street press magazine ‘The Music’, was added to Australian Festival behemoth ‘Splendour In The Grass’ (the only WA act on the line-up!) and tore the roof off the 2nd edition of the West Coast’s brand new ‘Circo’ Festival – a forward thinking festival like no other – set to bend and mutate the current sounds of Australian electronic music.

It’s not only triple j (Australia’s national youth broadcaster network) that are on board, his glittering original tracks have seen airplay from regional radio across the country, and on commercial stations throughout the SCA network. All in all, Sable is prolific, take a glance at the highlights of his relatively short career below’

Performed at Circo I (2013) and Circo II (2014)
– Feels So Good added in full to JJJ
– Only WA act on the Splendor in the Grass line-up.
– Working with some house-hold-name UK vocalists for the next release
– Official remix of Aus indie pop princess Bertie Blackman
– Full Cover story in The Music
– Basenji remixed ‘Sable – Foolin’ officially (only remix) – 250,000 plays.
– Blazing towards 1,000,000 SoundCloud plays.

Following the release of their debut EP ‘Man The Machines’ with ‘Get Loaded Records’, Perth based COMMAND Q have gone from strength to strength in 2014. Coming off the back of their first national tour, including many sell-out shows, the boys have landed heavy support slots with the likes of UZ, MUST DIE!, Apashe, Kito & Reija Lee, Ookay and ETC!ETC! along with chopping-up local clubs with their high energy, heavy and unique live show.With recent online releases having attracted many tens of thousands of views, listens and downloads after gaining features from social heavyweights Trap & Bassand Trap Sounds; COMMAND Qhave also enjoyed support and radio play from Dom Alessio and Rosie Beaton with both spinning one record from the EP and an official remix of Tkay Maidza’s banga ‘Brontosaurus’ on Triple J Radio, as well as heavy Triple J Unearthed rotations.2015 sees no slowing down in the COMMAND Qnerve centre with many more big tracks ready for release and talks of a record deal being just around the corner. Members Shaun Off Beat and Lou Harvey use their musical knowledge and extensive performance experience gained from classical music training at the West Australian Academy of Performing Arts to create energetic hip hop infused bass music, all performed with live percussion and drums.They don’t disappoint, become an animal with them…


Hayden James may have only released his first track in late June 2013, but he has already amassed 10s of millions of plays across Soundcloud and Youtube for his work. Producing immense summer house jams with soulful and evocative vocals his music has stockpiled consistently rave reviews from the US, Europe and Australia alike, being labelled the “face of the new Australian production music scene”.Hayden’s first single “Permission to Love” garnered worldwide love and attention hitting #1 most blogged on Hype Machine, as well as becoming the most played track on national broadcasting giant Triple J in Australia. His debut EP out on tastemaker label Future Classic garnered much love worldwide, but didn’t prepare the indie label for the success Hayden would have with hit single “Something About You”, released early 2015 on the label’s yearly compilation album.
The record was then released throughout Europe on Virgin records and in the United States on Casablanca Records. “Something About You” hit the top 20 in the iTunes charts in countries all over the world, from France, Italy and Germany to India and Australia after tremendous radio support across the globe.This summer also saw Hayden hitting the road, playing for a string of sell out venues on his national “Something About You” tour in Australia and subsequently jetting off to the Northern Hemisphere for his debut headline US and European tours, which included sell out shows and performances at Coachella, Reeding & Leads, Lollapalooza, Lowlands, Positiv Festival and many
“Another awesome Aussie addition to the Future Classic roster” – Auditory Collective
“Sensual to the very end” – Salacious Sound
“Hayden James has set the Australian electronic dance scene alight” – Stoney Roads
“A truly gorgeous slice of summery Balearic pop” – La.Ga.Sta

Hailing from Perth, the epicentre of the Australasian drum and bass scene, ShockOne aka Karl Thomas is fast becoming one of bass music’s major talents.Since the release of ‘The ShockOne EP’ in 2009, which featured the chart topping ‘Polygon’, ShockOnehas been one of the hottest names in the scene. ‘Polygon’ received major air-play worldwide with high-rotation play listing on Australia’s Triple J radio and BBC Radio 1’s Annie Mac penning it as, “thebiggest drum and bass tune out”. The three drum and bass tunes from the EP achieved the top 3 spotson Beatport’s drum and bass chart, and ‘Adachigahara’s Theme’ stayed at number 1 on the dubstepchart for over a month. Following this, ShockOne released his remix of the Brookes Brothers epic’Crackdown’ on Viper Recordings ‘Acts of Madmen’ LP which was labeled “Album of the Week” onZane Lowe BBC Radio 1.

ShockOne followed up his debut EP with his highly anticipated ‘Re-Fix EP’, a collection of VIP’s andremixes of the massively successful ‘ShockOne EP’. The EP featured Phetsta’s dubstep remix of ‘TrueBeliever’ which was featured in Pendulum’s 2010 Essential Mix on Radio 1, as well as the Dirtyphonics remix of ‘Polygon’ which was featured on Andy C’s ‘Nightlife 5’ mix, as well as hitting #1 on the BBC 1Xtra charts. Following on success of two massive EPs under his belt, ShockOne’s remix discography began rapidly expanding, with mixes for: Netsky, Chicane, Cutline, Mutya Buena & Agent X, Skepta, and Ayah Marar.

In mid-2011, ShockOne released ‘Crucify Me’, an epic drum & bass/dubstep anthem in whichShockOne also showed his versatility as a vocalist. The single which would serve as the first sneakpeak at his forthcoming debut album, ‘Universus’. This was followed by the second single, ‘Relapse’, a dubstep track featuring Sam Nafie on vocals, as well as a blazing dance floor remix by Tantrum Desire.

2012 saw ShockOne relocate to London to make his own mark in the spiritual home land of dancemusic, and what better way to do it than the genre bending, production epic that is ‘Chaos Theory’. Arguably the most ambitious piece of music in ShockOne’s entire discography, ‘Chaos Theory’ is a
cinematic journey featuring the voice over work of Corey Burton. The success this release receivedwas nothing short of spectacular, holding the #2 on Beatport (only behind Skrillex/Nero collaboration), #1 on Trackitdown, and #1 on iTunes Dance in Australia, above the likes of Swedish House Mafia and Skrillex. The tune received high rotation airplay on Triple J radio Australia, was selected as Crissy Criss’ “Ace of Clubs” track on BBC 1Xtra, featured in Drumsound & Bassline Smith’s Radio 1 Essential Mix and received extensive DJ support from Knife Party, Nero, Chase &
Status, Matrix & Futurebound, Sub Focus, xKore, Excision, Camo & Krooked, 501, Drumsound & Bassline Smith, Delta Heavy, DJ Hype, and many more.

The year of the apocalypse saw ShockOne tour extensively with two sellout solo tours of Australia, constant sold out shows throughout Europe as well as headlining slots at festivals such as Creamfields, The Big Day Out, Stereosonic, and Origin NYE in Perth. 2013 saw Shockone release his groundbreaking debut LP ‘Universus’ to critical acclaim. A sonic journey representing the lifespan of a universe, the scope of this semi-concept album was nothing if not ambitious. Released on Viper & One Love recordings, the album showcases the wide ranging musical expertise of ShockOne taking the listener on a multi-genre odyssey all the way from the big bang with ‘Singularity’ and ‘Chaos Theory’, right through to the collapse of ShockOne’s universe with the Vangelis-inspired modern day electronic symphony that is ‘Light Cycles’. Universus hit the number 1 spot on the Australian ARIA albums chart and the iTunes chart within its first week of release, solidifying Shockone’s reputation as Australia’s premier bass music producer.

Twenty One year old Tom Purcell is WAVE RACER– a 64 bit freak speeding into the Sydney horizon.

Taking cues from cross-continental club sounds and gold-plated production standards, Purcell’s blend of pixelated future-funk is fast taking Australia by storm. From mind-bending Jersey Club anthems to a sun-drenched take on modern Hip Hop instrumentals, his sound is often (and best) described as driving down Mario Kart’s Rainbow Road to the club of your dreams.

Having just released his double-A side single ‘Stoopid/Rock U Tonite’ and a bootleg remix for Ghost Town DJs ‘My Boo’ Wave Racer is now amongst one of the most played artists for 2013 onpopular Australian national broadcaster Triple J whilst appearing on BBC Radio 1 and topping the indicative Hype Machine charts at #2.

With a slew of forthcoming remixes set to blow you out of thewater, we strongly advise you to keep one eye on this turbo maniac at all times. Get ready to ride the .wav

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Bass-heavy and bombastic, frenetic yet lush, the music of Slumberjack is born from its Perth-based creators’ passion for contrast. Made up of DJ/producers Morgan Then (a 23-year-old Borneo-bred classically trained pianist and former world-music artist) and Fletcher Ehlers (a 21-year-old Australia native who taught himself to make electronic music at age 11), the duo dig into their disparate backgrounds to push into thrillingly original sonic territory. On their debut EP Slumberjack (Onelove), that dynamic reveals itself in lead single “Body Cry” (a melody-driven EDM-meets-R&B fusion included in the weekly “Skrillex Selects” SoundCloud playlist series last year) and its follow-up “Horus” (a heavy-hitting and hypnotic Eastern-flavored track that climbed to #1 on Hype Machine). With the EP hitting #2 on the iTunes electronic chart soon after its November 2014 release, Slumberjack are emerging as one of the most exciting and daringly creative acts within Australia’s electronic music scene.

Both former winners of the Limelite DJ Competition, Then and Ehlers met in 2012 and formed Slumberjack the following year. Initially honing their production skills by making remixes (an art form they continue to explore with tracks like their late-2014 future-bass remix of Alison Wonderland’s “Cold”), the two quickly went on to shape their own sound by playing off the dichotomies at the heart of their collaboration. “Because I’m classically trained I’m bound by the rules of music theory, whereas Fletch goes by the feel of the music—if it feels right, it is right,” says Then, who began studying classical piano at age 13. The result: an elaborately textured, artfully crafted brand of electronic music that’s kaleidoscopic in sound and intense in energy. Steadily building a following through their “Slumbercams” (social-media-shared hangout footage of Then and Ehlers) and a self-financed tour around Australia (“We stayed in a lot of horrible motels and ate a lot of microwaved eggs—it was grim,” says Ehlers), Slumberjack released their breakthrough single “Felon” through Perth-based collective Die High Records in June 2014. One month later, the duo signed to Onelove and set to work on their self-titled debut. By the end of the year they’d not only taken the stage at Stereosonic, but also racked up about 2.5 million plays on SoundCloud and made their way into major rotation on the Australian national radio station Triple J.

Working out of their self-built home studios, Then and Ehlers thrive on constant creation. “We really get a rush out of making beats,” says Ehlers. “I love being able to turn to Morgan and say ‘Check this out’ and have him add to what I’ve done, and just keep the energy going back and forth.” And with their dream collaborators including Italian pianist/composer Ludovico Einaudi, the two make a point of mining inspiration from the most unlikely places. “We’re influenced by a lot of things that most people wouldn’t even consider music, stuff like film scores and Mongolian prayer music and Gregorian chants,” Then says. Along with spurring Then and Ehlers on to experiment with new sounds (such as their castanet-mimicking tongue-clicking on “Horus”), that sense of adventurousness allows Slumberjack to fulfill one of their central missions as artists. “We try to strike a balance between creating something really fun and introducing people to things they’d normally disregard,” says Then. “We want to be vessel or a medium for our fans to learn about different music, to loosen up a little and open their minds and discover something new and amazing they might not get to experience otherwise.”

In a world of inflated egos and outrageous demands, Yolanda Be Cool, aka Bondi boys Andy and Matt, have kept their feet on the ground and let their
music do the talking.

The unavoidable worldwide number one breakthrough track, “We No Speak Americano” sold over 5 million copies and amassed over 200 million Youtube views. Their critically acclaimed album “Ladies and Mentalmen” released on DIM MAK and Sweat It Out in 2013 featured indigenous Australian icon Gurrumul, house royalty Crystal Waters and Barbara Tucker, soul legend Betty Wright and US up n coming rap star Nola Darling. They even co-own/A&R for the seminal Australian record label Sweat It Out, home to artists such as RÜFÜS, What So Not, Motez and many more.

In spite of the success, the boys just want to continue making people dance. The start of 2015 saw them get back in the studio with Americano collaborator DCUP and lead to the release of their platinum selling single “Sugar Man”. They swiftly followed this up with what looks to be one of the tunes of the summer, ”Soul Makossa (Money)” which spent 5 weeks in Beatport’s top 10, getting as high as no 2 and has just begun crossing over onto daytime radio…They make sample heavy party music that’s fun for the clubs but equally at home on the radio. They cross-over, but they don’t sell out.

And while they are down with playing in front of 90,000 people in Morocco as a guest of the king, they are equally at home in a small basement. Underground cool. Pop sensibility. It’s a rare combination that the guys have mastered and is why they constantly surprise with their eclectic, housed up DJsets worldwide.

With many more tunes in the pipeline, 2015 – 2020 looks set to be even bigger than the last 5 years.

Riding at the forefront of the new wave of electronic producers coming out of Australia is Kilter, AKA Ned East. The young Sydney-based producer’s tropically-infused, percussion-laden beats have seen a loyal fan base build among punters, peers and industry types alike.Kilter’s infectious and atmospheric sounds have been driving people to the dance floor, but it is his live show that keeps them dancing and sets the electronic whiz kid apart. With an MPC, synths, microKorg and drum pad in tow, his show is a live manifestation that speaks volumes for Kilter as not just a skilled producer, but also as a talented musician. Be it engaging small sweaty clubs or sprawling festival fields, Ned has become a seasoned performer in his short career. His percussion-infused pulse is perfectly mirrored by his kinetic energy and enthusiasm, pushing him to the front of the pack of new artists creating and developing the Australian movement.2014 has already seen Kilter hit the road supporting RÜFÜS, The Kite String Tangle and Art vs
Science, plus coveted festival appearances at Field Day and the Big Day Out, and he’ll follow this up with a national headline tour around his upcoming ‘Shades’ EP this July, plus play to thousands of fans at Splendour In The Grass.With his latest single ‘They Say’ getting love across the board at triple j, Kilter’s sophomore EP ‘Shades’ is shaping up to be one of the most anticipated releases this year.

With feature artists like Citizen Kay, Ev Jones and Ngaiire on board, ‘Shades’ is set to cement Kilter’s place as one of the most exciting electronic producers coming out of Australia. The EP is also an all-Australian affair, from the feature artists to the specially created artwork from Melbourne artist, Kate S haw. Constructing rich soundscapes and crafting remixes for Duke Dumont, London Grammar, Ben Pearce, RÜFÜS, Shapeshifter, Snakadaktal and MØ, Kilter infuses each track with deft precision; be it summer vibes courtesy of bouncing steel drums, nods to his hip-hop influences or pounding militaristic drumbeats. These remixes, and his debut EP ‘Hold Me’, have seen Kilter gain traction from the blogosphere and industry, nailing top spots on Hypemachine (two #1s and a #3), while also securing positions on Spotify’s ‘Spotlight on 2014’, Hillydilly’s ‘Best Remixes of 2013’ and inthemix’s ‘New Breed of Producers To Watch’ lists. He has also garnered attention from the likes of BBC Radio 1’s B. Traits, Toddla T, and EDM stalwarts like M.A.N.D.Y and X-Press 2. With his 6-track ‘Shades’ EP dropping via etcetc this July, plus a constant string of live shows around Australia, Kilter is one name that’s reverberating across the country for good reason.


Welcome to our Enchanted Garden, where reality is just a matter of perception. By day: swim in the acre of fresh spring water that runs off the river, dance by the lush green trees, grab a bite to eat at one of our delightful food trucks, or enjoy one of the many activities on offer.

By night: play under the stars as you’ll wander down to the beautiful natural amphitheatre and experience a sensory overload whilst you take in the wonderful surroundings to your favourite acts.

We’ll leave it to your imagination… Featuring an Enchanted Line Up of both National and International acts, let us take away your life’s woes for a weekend of blissful serenity.

Welcome to our Enchanted Garden, where reality is just a matter of perception.3 Day Camping, Arts and Music FestivalFri 19 - Sat 20 - Sun 21 FebruaryFonty's Pool, Manjimup, WARegister for presale tickets at www.enchantedgardenfestival.com.auFilmed and Edited by: Aftermath VisualsTrack: Hayden James - Something About You (ODESZA Remix)

Posted by Enchanted Garden on Thursday, October 22, 2015


Enchanted Garden will take place at the amazing heritage listed Fonty’s Pool in Manjimup, approximately 3.5 hours south of Perth.

Set in the picturesque heart of the South West’s Southern Forest amongst a vibrant horticultural neighbourhood, its heritage significance combined with its reputation as a beautiful place to visit has made it a destination you have to experience.




Presale Tickets

Presale Tickets Will Be Available 12th of November Midday

General Admission

General Admission Tickets Will Go On Sale 25th November.

Cabin Accomodation

If you wish to enter the ballot for reservation, please fill out the registration form below.



February 19: 10am – 8pm

February 20: 10am – 8pm

February 21: 10am – 8pm

February 22: Everyone must depart by 12pm


If you’re driving to Enchanted Garden, you will be directed to park your
car in our allocated parking area prior to making your way to the
campgrounds. Once parked, you will not be able to move your car until
Monday 22nd February / or when you plan to leave the festival to make
your way home.


The following facilities will be available at Enchanted Garden:

  • ATM’s
  • Toilets
  • Showers
  • Food Trucks
  • Licensed Bar
  • Free Water Outlets
  • Lost and Found
  • Campers Kitchen
  • General Store
  • First Aid
  • Sun Protection


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Set up camp in the acres of lush landscape at Fonty’s Pool.

Want to bring your Caravan, Camper Trailer or even an RV or Kombi? No
worries at all. Just ensure you purchase the appropriate ticket to
reflect this so our staff can get you into your allocated bay swiftly
upon entry.


We have a limited amount of cabins and chalets available, from our standard cabins right through to our luxury air conditioned chalets. Due to the limited number available, we will be running a ballot.

Please note that there is a refundable bond and terms and conditions applicable for all cabins and chalets.

If you wish to enter the ballot for reservation, please fill out the registration form below.

Cabin Accomodation

If you wish to enter the ballot for reservation, please fill out the registration form below.


Are there passouts?

No, once you enter the festival you will not be able to leave and come back, so please ensure you have everything you need. If you have purchased a non-camping ticket, you will be able to re-enter the following day once you leave the festival.

Are there day passes available?

We will have limited 2 and 3 day non-camping tickets available.

Can I reserve a camping spot for my friends?

No, if you wish to camp with your friends, you must all enter at the same time.

Can we bring kids?

No, this is a strictly 18+ event. You must bring identification in the form of an Australian driver’s license, Key Pass or Passport

If it rains will the event still go ahead?

Yes. We play rain, hail or shine.

Is there power on site?

Yes. We will have charging stations spread across the venue for when you
need to charge your everyday gadgets such as phones, cameras etc.

Can I bring my vehicle onto the campgrounds and move it during the event?

No. For safety reasons, you will park your car prior to entering the
festival in our dedicated campers car park. Once parked, you will not be
able to move your vehicle under any circumstances until you need to depart the grounds permanently.

I have a 2 or 3 Day Non-Camping Day Pass, where do I park?

There will be an allocated day pass parking area, our friendly staff
will direct you where to go upon entry.

What time do gates open?

February 19 – 10am
February 20 – 10am
February 21 – 10am

Do we get to pick our camping spots?

No. A member from our friendly team will allocate your camping site. Please ensure you have the appropriate ticket on you to provide them when requested.

Is there power on site?

Yes. If you have purchased a powered site, you will be allocated 1 x 240v, 10amp plug. If you are camping in the general camp ground you will not have power.

Will there be a lost and found on site?

Yes, there will be a lost and found tent on site. If you have lost, or on the other hand found something and wish to find out if it was handed / hand an item in, make your way here.

Can I bring alcohol into the festival?

No, this is a strictly non BYO event. Car and Bag searches will be
conducted on entry, and anyone found to be in possession of BYO alcohol
at the gate or inside the festival will be automatically evicted from
the event.

Can I bring my own food and drinks?

Yes you may bring your own food. You can utilise the campers kitchen on
site for cooking, storage and refrigeration, but please note that space
is fairly limited, so don’t be too greedy and allow enough room for
others to store their food too. Alternatively you bring your own eskie.
We will also have a selection of Food Trucks serving delicious dishes
for those who don’t wish to cook.

Will set times be released?

Yes, set times, site map and other relevant information will be available in a handy information pack that will be available in January.

Is there disabled access?

Whilst there will be no dedicated disabled access, Fonty’s Pool is a very accessible venue, with plenty of flat and paved grounds for people in wheelchairs to get around.

Can I bring my pet?

Animals will not be permitted into the festival sorry (guide dogs excepted).

Will there be a Lost-and-Found on site?

Yes, there will be a lost and found on site. If you have lost, or on the other hand found something and wish to find out if it was handed / hand an item in, make your way here.

I have a ticket enquiry, who can I speak to about this?

All ticket enquiries can be directed to our ticketing agent, Ticketbooth. They can be contacted at [email protected]



It wouldn’t be the same without the help and dedication of friendly volunteers, willing to give their time to help make a festival the best experience possible.

If you would like to volunteer, please contact us at [email protected]

• Be over the age of 18
• Have a happy, friendly and outgoing personality
• Be healthy and physically capable
• Be a team player
• Be highly committed
• Be punctual, mature and have good work ethics

Positions that will be available are:

• Camping Assistance
• Gates
• Ticketing
• Information/Customer Service
• Décor Assistance
• Administration
• Production Assistance
• Traffic Management
• Parking Assistance



  • Your Festival Ticket
  • Padlock for your tent
  • Comfortable footwear
  • Identification
  • Money / Bank Cards
  • Tent
  • Sleeping Bag
  • Pillow
  • Camping Chair
  • Headwear
  • Sunscreen
  • Bathers
  • Towel
  • Sunglasses
  • Torch
  • Insect Repellent
  • Warm Clothes for the evening


• Alcohol
• Sound Systems / Portable Speakers
• Animals (Excluding Guide Dogs)
• BBQ’s or Portable Stoves
• Professional Photography Equipment
• Audio or Video Recording Devices
• Fireworks, Sparklers or Flares
• Illegal Substances
• Weapons
• Generators
• Gas Tanks


Contact Details

General Enquiries: [email protected]

Lost Property Enquiries: [email protected]

Food Truck Enquiries: [email protected]

Press Enquiries: [email protected]

Cabin Ballot: [email protected]

Volunteer Enquiries: [email protected]

Ticket Enquiries: [email protected]