How does Kevin Parker use his free time when he’s back in his hometown of Perth? He DJs under his moniker Defs Worth It, of course.
Just a few days ago Kevin Parker played a DJ set under his moniker DJ Defs Worth It at a protest gig to save the Beelier Wetlands in Perth.
Parker’s latest performance as DJ Defs Worth It wasn’t an ordinary show though, it was as a part of a demonstration protesting the extension of a local highway in Perth.
The Live! In The Wetlands event protested against Roe 8, a planned highway extension which aims to reduce traffic in southern parts of the city. However, critics have slammed the plans as being potentially harmful to both the economy and the Beelier Wetlands.
Check out footage of Parker slinging some epic soul below, plus an image of Mayor of Cockburn, Logan Howlett telling Parker to use less phaser in his mix.
Mayor of Cockburn Logan Howlett + the OG @tame__impala in unity protecting the Beeliar Wetlands. Mayor Logan called on the stellar protest banner that beautifully nailed it by the eloquent “Cockatoos in the bush not Galahs in government”. The one thing (if you live in Perth ) is + support the camp this week. Wednesday is a day that requires extra support #mobilise #noroe8 #rethinkthelink #savebeeliarwetlands #tameimpala