Sydney's getting an epic-looking art, sound and light festival called SOFT CENTRE

Sydney's getting an epic-looking art, sound and light festival called SOFT CENTRE

Taking over the Casula Powerhouse on September 23.

SOFT CENTRE is a brand new art/sound/light festival happening in Sydney later this month, bringing together some of the world's most exciting artists across a variety of disciplines, taking inspiration from such highly-regarded festivals as Unsound, Berlin Atonal and Mutek. Taking place in the - quiet fkn eery looking - surrounds of Casula Powerhouse on September 23, it will host artists known for pushing boundaries, congregating on the venue from all corners of the globe.

soft centre casula powerhouse

^ Casula Powerhouse - told you it's spooky.

The music lineup plays host to artists pushing techno, noise and club sounds to exciting new realms, including cult Dutch hero A Made Up Sound making his Oz debut, Brooklyn techno queen Via App (also making her debut trip down here), and Lawrence English. The linup is an absolute deep dive of underground artists, which in its alphabetical entirety looks like this:

A Made Up Sound [Netherlands]

ASTERISM

Cassius Select (live)

DIN (Rainbow Chan x Moon Holiday)

Half High (live)

Harold [VIC]

Hossein Ghaemi ft. Jannah Quill & Choir (exclusive, live)

Hot Wavs

Hyper Reelist [VIC]

Jasmine Guffond (live)

Lawrence English (live) [QLD]

Louis McCoy || hndsm. [VIC]

Makeda (live/DJ hybrid) [VIC]

Matthew Brown (live)

Meagan Streader [VIC]

Nite Fleit [VIC]

phile x Divide and Dissolve [USA/VIC] (exclusive, live)

Ptwiggs

Sam Whiteside

SIMONA [VIC] x Adonis & Beau Kirq

Thick Owens

Various Asses (live)

Via App (live) [New York]

waterhouse x House of Vnholy (exclusive, live) [VIC]

Click the poster below to get more info/tickets:

soft centre poster

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