The fes­ti­val in three stages

SOPHIA BROUS BREAKS IT DOWN

Time Out (Melbourne) - - ARTS & CULTURE -

FRI­DAY NIGHT

“This is all about dizzy­ing per­cus­sion, rhythm and a con­flu­ence of rit­ual.”

SATUR­DAY

“This mid­dle day is all about ex­trem­ity and am­pli­fi­ca­tion and height­en­ing, as a means of trans­for­ma­tion and [reach­ing] the ec­static. This day con­tains more of the loud, rock’n’roll, rau­cous, ex­treme, Shamanic per­for­mance spa­ces.”

SUN­DAY

“The fes­ti­val closes with a day about com­mu­nity and com­mu­nion, cen­tring on a mini fes­ti­val called Over­ground that I cre­ated when I was direc­tor of the Mel­bourne In­ter­na­tional Jazz Fes­ti­val. It sur­veys un­der­ground con­tem­po­rary mu­sic prac­tice in Aus­tralia.”

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