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Melbourne Music Week Opening Night

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November 16, 2012
2:00 am

Where?House launches from the rave-renovated Argus Building for Melbourne Music Week.

Housse De Racket (a pair of rockers from France) are resuscitating electro-rock into some deadset slam skank, and Pillowtalk are out to scare the shit out of genre by bleeding soul with disco, garage, tropicalia, r’n’b, house, new wave and more into one big bucket of groove for you to drink out of.

New War, Harris Robotis and Bamboo Musik staple the line-up for one hell of a start to Melbourne Music Week with decades of tunes reenergised into the new wave of freshness.

Act and/or know like you know and get your head in the Where?House’s straight prime-time murkin’.

WHEN: Friday, 16 November, 8pm-2am
WHERE: The Argus Building, Cnr Elizabeth & Latrobe Streets, Melbourne
WEB: where-house.com.au/


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