BIGSOUND is nearing closer and closer, and sure to get you excited for the conference and gigs is the No Sleep ‘Til Wednesday party, which will feature some of Australia’s best new acts.
Taking place at the newly launched Woolly Mammoth on Tuesday September 9 and boasting freebies from Mountain Goat, MT Gay & Woolly Mammoth to those who RSVP, No Sleep ‘Til Wednesday is sure to kick off your BIGSOUND festivities in the best possible way.
Presented by Society of Tastemakers and Elegant People (STEP), The Ripe, Good Manners, Sound Doctrine, Cool Accidents and Collarts, the night will begin with sets live from Andrei Eremin, Yeo, I’lls, LOWER SPECTRUM, Klo and LUCIANBLOMKAMP before Australia’s newest electro-pop-wunder Banoffee takes to the stage. Closing out the already massive night will be Melbourne music stalwarts Oscar Key Sung and Client Liaison.
Guaranteed free drinks are only for those who RSVP via the this event page, so be sure to hit attend and collect your wristband on entry.
Doors open from 6:30pm
Tuesday, September 9 – Woolly Mammoth, 633 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley
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About All Sponsors:
Society of Tastemakers and Elegant People (STEP) is a regular Melbourne music get-together that combines forward thinking panel discussions and interesting live musical performances.
Established in 2012, The Ripe has built a reputation as one of Australia’s leading music publications, covering the best new music locally and internationally.
Good Manners is an innovative new music management and PR agency representing some of Australia’s finest up and coming talent including Banoffee, I’lls, Klo, LUCIANBLOMKAMP and Willow Beats.
Sound Doctrine is Australia’s premiere music blog, delivering exclusively Australian music over the last five years with only occasional breaks for long weekends and LAN parties.
Cool Accidents is Warner Music Australia’s in-house blog that is dedicated to creating engaging and creative content ideas that live far beyond normal record company approaches and having a heap of fun while they do it.
Set in an old television studio in South Melbourne, Collarts is a dynamic and creative learning space full of energy, passion and opportunity.
The music collage offer three fully-accredited Bachelor Degrees across Music Performance, Entertainment Management and Audio Production. Collarts strives to support young Australians who want to succeed in the local and international entertainment industries by offering hands-on, collaborative learning.