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Nocturnal: Feat. No Zu, Mildlife, Opalakia

When:

Fri 1 Dec 2017, 6:00pm–11:00pm

Where: Melbourne Museum, 11 Nicholson Street, Carlton, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Early Bird: $25.00
  • Adult: $35.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Nocturnal heats things up for the first day of summertime with a musical spectacular guaranteed to get you dancing, featuring: NO ZU, Mildlife, Opalakia.

No Zu
No Zu are an 8-piece, body-music extravaganza dug up from deep within the Melbourne underground dance world. Otherworldly group vocals, wild horns, housey synths, deep groove basslines and Latin percussion are the ingredients that make up their acclaimed and art-damaged sound.

Mildlife
Mildlife take the musical canvas, rip the lids off the paint tins, and throw vibrant slashes of colour into kaleidoscopic jams. Old friends, the four-piece bonded over the desire to push musical boundaries, developing tight live shows bolstered by wild improvisation and a debut record that mines jazz, psych and disco for its irresistible groove.

Opalakia
Opalakia, also known as Adriana, is the host of world music program Opalakia on PBS 106.7FM. Adriana plays both traditional and contemporary sounds from different planes of the world. These rhythms that are either native or foreign to her audience can evoke a sense of belongingness or wonder from within. Most recently, Adriana has hosted the likes of Pilotwings, DJ Fitz (NTS), Troy from Melting Point (Red Light Radio) as well as many Melbourne locals including James Tom (Krakatau) and Left Ear Records who are leaving their own imprint across the world.