Canopy #10 ft Messy Mammals (live), Cara Mia, Adriana & Emelyne



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Ferdydurke

levels 1 & 2, 239 Lonsdale Street, VIC 3000, Melbourne, Australia

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Hello! This is the tenth instalment of CANOPY! A residency night at Ferdydurke presenting a fresh selection of up and coming & established artists from Melbourne and beyond celebrating a variety of genres across the spectrum. This month we'll take you on a journey through jazz, beats, warped pop, boogie, disco, world, afro, house and ???? 7pm-1am - Free Entry Artwork by Yun Hung CANOPY #10 MESSY MAMMALS (LIVE) messy mammals is formed of two homie sapiens: Asha Trips (bass + vocals) & Fionn Brewer (production + guitar). Their music could be described as "warped pop", and incorporates electronica, trip hop, nu jazz, and more of their favourite styles and influences. The duo have been very busy recently; writing and releasing new music and videos, and working on other creative bits and pieces, whilst also racking up gigs and radio plays. After support from PBS, FBi, 4ZZZ, Pilerats, Happy Mag and more, their track "Wish I'd Said" has also just been picked up by Triple J, with Linda Marigliano giving it a spin on "Good Nights". With even more music and creative adventures planned in 2017, Messy Mammals are definitely turning the fader up several notches this year. Like mammals do, their original sound is constantly-evolving. https://soundcloud.com/messymammals https://messymammals.bandcamp.com/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l1cCVAAxVq4 ADRIANA Adriana radio host of PBS FM's 'Opalakia' passionately journeys around the globe week in week out; immersing you into the sensuous sounds of the Mediterranean, the Middle East and everything in between. Her energetic DJ sets are no different; incorporating elements of world, disco and soulful/tribal house don't be surprised if her soundscape takes you to another time or another place. www.pbsfm.org.au/opalakia CARA MIA Cara Mia represents the new breed of soulful sisters heralding change in the usually male-dominated framework of the Melbourne scene centring her collection loosely between beats and boogie, with the occasional nod to classic disco, modern house and future soul sounds. No stranger to the Melbourne nightlife and curating a couple of her own nights focusing on local talent and unique sounds, she has held down a list of popular haunts that include The Croft Institute, Loop, Howler, Section 8, Workshop, Bimbos and Joey Smalls. EMELYNE Monthly on The Blend PBS 106.7 FM - Mondays 10pm-12am http://www.pbsfm.org.au/theblend http://dublab.com/emelyne-and-woz-dublab-session-05-05-17 https://soundcloud.com/emelyne-khor/emelyne-on-modern-hypnosis-kiss-fm-vol-97-8317