More acts for Melbourne Music Week
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.