Blake Scott and Jess Ribeiro, two of Melbourne’s most revered artists, come together for MMW. Better known as the voice of beloved punk rock three-piece The Peep Tempel, Blake’s recent debut album, Niscitam, is devastatingly personal and culturally prescient, a piercing and uncomfortably satiating listen. The reviews are glowing with press heralding Scott, as one of Australia’s most important songwriters. While Jess Ribeiro is a shape-shifting musical enigma. The near-untouchable quality of her recorded output is astonishingly consistent from award-winning folk-country debut, My Little River to the swampy humidity of the AMP shortlisted Kill It Yourself to 2019’s LOVE HATE which embraces the precise downstrokes and valve-amp hum of a very New York lineage, from the Velvets through to Blondie and Talking Heads. Together they make this a night not to be missed.