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18 Nov Ripe’s Weekly Gig Guide (18/11/16)


Photo by Sarah Chavdaroska


Music venues around Melbourne house some of the best local and international acts. We’ve compiled our top five picks for gigs this week so you don’t miss out. Be a part of one of the best live music cities in the world, and check out some of our favourite artists and venues.


This Week…


Friday, 18th November

MMW 2016 Underwater Galaxies

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Ding Dong Lounge is turning into an underwater wonderland for their Melbourne Music Week event, putting on a party of both light and sound with all-encompasing projections accompanying the acts playing.

Head down to hear music from Rat & Co, Primitive Calculators, Fierce Mild among many more, and see visuals by a range of artists including Brendan Harwood, VJ Mandala, and Dotahn Caspi.


Friday, 18th November

Dope Lemon LP Tour

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Dope Lemon are playing at 170 Russell on Friday night, with support from Jack River.

It’s sure to be a big night, as it’s the last stop of their tour in support of their new LP Honey Bones.


Saturday, 19th November

MMW 2016 Music in Motion

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On Saturday night Hugs&Kisses are hosting a free industry panel discussion about the art of music videos from 5-7pm.

And after the industry panel discussion is the afterparty, featuring live performances by Slow Job, Geryon, Pillow Pro and EN.V.


Saturday, 19th November

MMW 2016 Closing Party

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Saturday is the last night of Melbourne Music Week for this year, and our friends at Good Manners have helped put together an amazing lineup to celebrate.

Featuring HVOB, Rainbow Chan, HABITS, Corin and far too many more to name here, it’s the last event for MMW taking place at the State Library.


Sunday, 20th November

Frank’s Party

~Free entry~

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Another great line-up at The Gasometer this Sunday, this time hosted by clothing label Frank Forever.

Amateur Dance, Jennifer Loveless, Couture, Huw Orleans and more will be celebrating the first birthday of Frank Forever, with free entry from 3pm and their new summer line available to puchase from 8pm.

 

 

 


Georgia Hamilton-Myers
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