Melbourne Music Week Extended brings you Rebel Yell Work Out! Described by The Music as “an experience rather than an album”, this interactive aerobics work out event is a fitting and unique way to experience Rebel Yell’s latest offering. Yes, it’s an aerobics work out led by Brisbane’s Rebel Yell is paired with the pulsating techno soundtrack of her latest album ‘Fall From Grace’. During lock down 2020, Rebel Yell released her album and having no way to tour it, took matters into her own hands and created a work out video for you enjoy from the comfort of your own home. Now as restrictions ease, we are taking it to the streets for a special Melbourne Music Week edition. This is a socially distanced event so tickets are limited with an early session and late session. Late session includes Rebel Yell DJ set.
“An appropriate way of experiencing a particularly physical album”. NME
‘Fall From Grace’ is a record dedicated to exploring the divisions between body, beat & groove.
Please note, this is a fun event, Rebel Yell is not a certified fitness instructor per-say, but certified to make you sweat.
This is a reduced capacity, limited capacity show
El Tee celebrates the release of her critically acclaimed debut album ‘Everything Is Fine’. El Tee’s music has been described as “earnest pop” and “a world of dense guitars, punchy drums and swooping melodic drama” and has been compared to the likes of Angel Olsen, Julia Jacklin and Sharon Van Etten. Backed by a 4-piece band, her live shows are captivating and demand attention as she marries her dark-mood lyrics with a blanket of sonic warmth and intimacy.
THIS IS A REDUCED CAPACITY SHOW. TICKETS ARE LIMITED
Get ready for a cracking night of unrelenting energy as CLAMM take to the stage at The Curtin for their MMW debut. At the forefront of the new wave of punk that is infiltrating the Melbourne music scene, CLAMM’s lyric’s exemplify themes of mental health, anti-violence, materialism and the state of modern Australia. Off the back of their debut powerful debut release Beseech Me, CLAMM will be bringing their energetic and blistering live show to The Curtin, with alt-pop group Eggy.
Outhouse is returning to Melbourne Music Week to close The Curtin on the 2020/21 edition. Bringing together some of our favourite artists to come out of Melbourne in CS + Kreme, Jonnine, and Third Space. The warped and introspective mountain magic of both Conrad Standish and Sam Karmel, both of whom have their own coloured musical careers, finally joins Outhouse as our headliners. Alongside is Jonnine, the front-woman of the lauded HTRK, who will be performing her debut live set after her moody and cavernous solo records ‘Super Natural’ and ‘Blue Hills’. On support is Third Space, one of Melbourne’s rising talents. Syncopated drum rhythms, nauseating time signatures, and back-of-your-throat drones – always a rush from start to finish.
Geelong-based rock band Vintage Crop take the stage once again, this time at the luxurious Curtin Hotel to launch their latest record “Serve To Serve Again”. Supporting on the night will be The Stroppies, bringing along their catalogue of jangle-pop genius. Both bands will be sharing songs from their acclaimed 2020 releases for the first time.