More acts for Melbourne MusicWeek
Wed 19th Sep, 2012 in Local News
More acts and ticketing details have been confirmed for Melbourne Music Week, which takes place at venues across the CBD in November. They include:
– Chapter Music’s 20th-anniversary party at North Melbourne Town Hall on November 17, 3pm-1am, featuring Crayon Fields (playing their only set of 2012), The Twerps, Dick Diver, Pikelet, Laura Jean, Primitive Calculators, Bum Creek, Standish/Carlyon, Jonny Telafone, New Estate and more. Tickets $25 (plus booking fees) on sale via Moshtix.com.au.
– Siberia Records’ label showcase at the heritage-listed Melbourne University carpark, a “mutated post-apocalyptic space used in the filming of Mad Max”, on November 24, 7pm. The line-up includes Kirin J Callinan, Forces, US outfit Gatekeeper in their debut Australian show and Midnight Juggernaut DJs. Tickets $20 (plus booking fees) available through Oztix.com.au.
– The Night Terrors joining the Midnight Juggernauts and Italian progressive rock band Goblin for a performance on the Grand Organ at the Melbourne Town Hall on November 21. Limited tickets ($30 plus booking fees) released today through Trybooking.com.
– A performance by Housse de Racket (France) and Pillowtalk (US), supported by New War, Harris Robotis and Bamoo Musik at the yet-to-be revealed Where?House on November 16. Limited first release tickets ($20 plus booking fees) via wherehousemmw.eventbrite.com.au. The location of Where?House will be revealed on November 16.
– A week-long cinema program at ACMI featuring Nick Huggins and band playing the live score to acclaimed documentary I Am Eleven on November 22, 7pm. Tickets $25 available through ACMI’s website.
– Free screenings of music docos in collaboration with Rooftop Cinema, including LCD Soundsystem doco Shut Up and Play the Hits (November 20, 8pm); Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest (November 21); and Autonomy and Deliberation, a feature film featuring Melbourne proto-punks The UV Race (November 22, 8pm).
More acts and events will be announced when the full program and website is unveiled on October 4.