So Hot This Week: April 21


Heavenly w/ RAMZi (live), Freda & Jackson, Lauren Hansom

Joining the Heavenly family for the next round of sound is none other than Ramzi, bringing her live constructs direct form the ever-fruitful Canadian frontier. Ramzi’s music is just as bamboozling as it is beautiful, leaving you with as many questions as you have answers. Drawing on elements from all kinds of styles and places, Ramzi manages to conjure up something that is truly and uniquely hers. Moving from stride to stride with the biggest of grins, Sydney’s own Lauren Hansom will be lending a hand to sound track your night/life alongside Freda and Jackson (Dee Jaayy mode), who’ve just returned from the dusty inner varnikan plains.


Ma Belle unplugged at The Old Fitz

Sydney up-and-comer Ma Belle plays an intimate live set this Sunday at The Old Fitz. Catch her soulful original tunes from 6pm-8pm.


Five years of Fashion Revolution Industry Panel Discussion

The fashion industry has changed. With the future firmly set on responsible sourcing and sustainability, traceable and transparent supply chains, sustainably sourced textiles, worker empowerment and environmental stewardship are now a vital component of today’s sourcing strategies for brands and retailers, large and small. How do we identify best practice and encourage a race to the top? Discover the initiatives being undertaken by leaders in the field, the progress made since 2013 and the challenges that lie ahead for an industry adapting to rapid transformation. Join Melinda Tually, Fashion Revolution Australia in conversation with panelists including Rick Lambrell, Wesfarmers Group, Jaana Quaintance-James, The Iconic and Dean Jones, CoFounder of GlamCorner as they discuss the business of fashion and reflect on five years of Fashion Revolution.


Turquoise Prince and imbi the girl at Botany View Hotel

Fresh from relocating to Sydney from his hometown of Canberra, Turquoise Prince is set to light up the Inner West with a free show at the Botany View Hotel on Tues 29th March – public holiday even. Turquoise Prince unleashes his trademark charisma, unique energy and, best of all, the incredible new music he’s been busy working on. Joining Turquoise will be Bondi’s own imbi the girl, who’s making some serious waves off the back of her singles ‘VIP’ and ‘Acidic’. Two of Australia’s hottest new talents in the Inner West’s best new music venue; free entry, Mowgli May spinning upstairs after so the party continues til midnight!


A Plastic Ocean – Free Screening at The Kitchen Hub

A Plastic Ocean is a new feature-length adventure documentary that brings to light the consequences of our global disposable lifestyle. In A Plastic Ocean, an international team of adventurers, researchers, and Ocean ambassadors go on a mission around the globe to uncover the shocking truth about what is truly lurking beneath the surface of our seemingly pristine Ocean. Check out this film for free at The Kitchen Hub in Surry Hills from 6.30pm.


Nosaj Thing (Live) at Oxford Art Factory

There are many binary flavours that Jason Chung aka Nosaj Thing explores on ‘Parallels’, his fourth full length release on Innovative Leisure. Masterfully dimensional, ‘Parallels’ represents the acclaimed Los Angeles-based electronic producer/composer/performer’s most diverse, vital work yet. To celebrate the release Nosaj Thing is heading to Australia and playing their Sydney show at the OAF. Tickets are going for $34.10 + a booking fee.


Vibe Positive ~ Secret Location w Sydney’s Finest

Vibe Positive returns via warehouse party with a new series: Sydney’s Finest. For the first installment we bring you 3x debutantes to Vibe Positive and absolute legends of the Sydney scene for a very special warehouse occasion; Simon Caldwell, Magda Bytnerowicz and Cop Envy.

Saturday 21st of April, 2018

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