Kinky Audio’s Fantastic Roller-Disco

When

5:00 pmSaturday, 13 March

Where

Night Cat

137-141 Johnston St, Fitzroy VIC 3065

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See you on the floor!

Kinky Audio are back and more powerful than ever, however one thing remains the same: We are here to liberate souls from ignorance with the healing and unifying power of music.

*While we do encourage you to bring your own skates if you got 'em, skates will be provided and hire is included in the ticket price*

Disco was one of the most influential cultural and musical movements of the 1970s.
It was the platform through which social dancing became a popular phenomena again after fading out at the end of the 1960s. Disco repopularised dancing as a social activity internationally, but it was responsible for introducing a new style of freeform dancing.

Anyone who has been to a roller-skating rink for a public session knows the importance of music to roller-skating. The first written account of roller skating is of Joseph Merlin skating while playing the violin. From the beginning of roller skating until today, music has played an integral part in the roller-skating experience.

Kinky Audio’s Fantastic Roller-Disco will continue the legacy, unifying roller-skating and Disco Music, creating magic and providing a space and time for freedom of expression, peace, unity and love.

P.s. Kinky Audio is committed to a more fair and just society.
In order to reflect the values of our movement, which include unconditional love, we are committed to expanding diversity, inclusion and equity within our leadership, management and staff, while educating members of our community about race, racism and white privilege, including ourselves.
If you think you can help our movement somehow, you are encouraged to get in touch with us via kinkyaudiolabel@gmail.com, especially Womxn, BIPOC & LBGTQI community members.

Kinky Audio acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung of the Kulin nation as the Traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work. We pay tribute to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Australia, and give respect to the Elders past, present and emerging.

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