SHOUSE + m8riarchy + Komang

Melbourne Museum and Melbourne Music Week

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SPECIAL EVENT
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We’re sorry to confirm that this event has been postponed until 21 May 2022. Stay tuned for updates and we will be in touch with ticket-holders. We thank you for your understanding and ongoing support.

It’s time to shake it off and prove you’ve still got the moves for one very special night of dancefloor business. Off the back of worldwide attention, SHOUSE (the collaborative project between Ed Service and Jack Madin) will be returning to MMW to play a very special show at Melbourne Museum.

Their recent song Love Tonight has morphed into a global pandemic release phenomenon. Love Tonight has become so many things for so many people. A declaration of love during a time of isolation. A demonstration of solidarity. A cry of collective strength.Straight from their European tour, the cherished party-starters are coming home. Prepare for a masterclass in propulsive, participatory dance music, the perfect way to bring Melbourne back together again.

Prepare for a masterclass of emotive, big room house destined to bring the museum fossils back to life.

SHOUSE

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SHOUSE

SHOUSE is Ed & Jack; a couple of friends who like to hang out to make weirdo-house and the occasional anthem. Their live-house sets these days incorporate a network of analog synthesisers, sequencers and drum machines, along with bizarre instruments tinkered up in Jack's dad's rural shed intersperse. House jam interspersed with huge, choral, anthemic moments. Always a chance to dance, bringing the people together as one within a liminal space. Always a strange, ecstatic, transcendental time.

Their recent song Love Tonight has morphed into a global pandemic release phenomenon. Love Tonight has become so many things for so many people. A declaration of love during a time of isolation. A demonstration of solidarity. A cry of collective strength.

Jack and Ed have spent much of 2020 locked down in Melbourne and are ready to reach out across the world in the spirit of Love Tonight. That is all we need.

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m8riarchy

m8riarchy is an independent artist and producer based in Melbourne.

Her commanding yet vulnerable voice allows her to explore the nuance and complexity of authentic expression and relationships with captivating tenderness.

After the completion of 2019's MESS Professional Development course, m8riarchy further explored her interest in electronic synthesis. With access to the extensive MESS collection, m8riarchy developed her unique approach to the creation of electronic music. She debuted her live show in 2021, bringing live synthesis and euphoric energy to audiences at Colour and The Gasometer.

m8riarchy performs locally with Simona Castricum, bringing the untz to festivals such as Gaytimes, Hybrid, Something Unlimited and Golden Plains. The pair combined on Simona's 2017 'Triumph' EP and collaborated for the release of 'Supertouch' in 2020.

m8riarchy’s music feels like it’s been written for you. She lets you into her process of movement and emotion, creating a sense of belonging that leaves you wanting more.

Her sound is shaped by a deep love of pop vocals and a lineage of electronic music that manifests community and liberation on the dancefloor.

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Komang

Komang is Rosie Clynes, a producer and vocalist based on Kulin Country. Blending groove and neo-soul with Balinese spirit, her influences range from trip-hop, electronica and 2000s R&B through to sindhenan (Javanese court singing), gamelan and Indonesian folk-pop.

With a background in theatre, Komang made her shift into music while working as a performer in Jakarta, learning how to produce from the beatmakers and musicians of the city’s jazz and hip hop communities before returning to so-called Australia. Her debut release ‘Dewi’ blends her signature soaring vocals with 90s house-style production and themes around female lineage, with her second single ‘Flex’ premiered on Stamp The Wax, who have hailed Komang as ‘Australia’s next exciting export.’

Creating a vibrant R&B electronic hybrid with an aptitude for prompting club play as much as bedroom listening, she has already rubber-stamped herself as one of Australia’s most exciting and talked about new talents. With her debut EP Mythologies on the immediate horizon, a multidisciplinary vision and burgeoning following both local and international, Komang has cemented herself as one to watch.

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