Pinko Collective (arvo) Mortal Cadence: Melbourne Hip-Hop Showcase & Freestyle Cypher (evening)


3:30 pmSaturday, 18 June 2022


Bar 303

303 High St, Northcote

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A community of local musos playing tunes on a Saturday afternoon to enjoy music, enjoy each others company and support each others creative pursuits.

It promotes good mental health and a chance for first timers to play alongside seasoned musicians.

Music is eclectic, with electronic indie through to jazz blues slide guita

Free entry.

Drop in for a pint or for a squiz of the live music.

Lunar Dune Witch

Toby Scott (new comedy - could be the next Tim Minchen!)

Nietzsche's Kazo

Suspended Animators

Richard and Meg

Kate Allen

Come and enjoy the loungey, Saturday arvo vibe! xxxx


Local hip-hop showcase with open mic cypher. Calling all Melbourne rappers to come show your skills!

Vibe Union presents a showcase of Melbourne's best upcoming & established local hip-hop! New school, old school, doesn't matter as long as you set the stage ablaze! Take the mic and let the crowd know why you'll be a mainstay in Melbourne for years to come.

Three showcase slots & an open mic cypher is sure to make this a night to remember.

Featuring: R.EM.EDY - R.em.edy is a Melbourne-based singer, producer, songwriter and rapper who makes music in the R&B, soul, indie pop and hip hop genres.

Her songwriting stems from her own life experiences, employing emotional vulnerability and honesty to discuss topics such as feminism, ableism, relationships and heartbreak as well as self love and individuality.

R.em.edy’s unique blend of sounds and influences has quickly made her a staple in the Melbourne music scene and earned her multiple accolades, such as being shortlisted for Acclaim All Stars 2022, having multiple songs featured on editorial playlists such as Spotify’s R&B Feels, working with clothing brand Dickies and accumulating 350,000 total streams across her catalogue.

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Tumi the Be -

Poet and rapper Tumi The Be pairs lyricism with old and new school beats, to tell the stories of a Motswana living in Melbourne. Tumi makes music to rouse the spirit and delight the soul. Acknowledging the fight of those that came before him, Tumi recognises the privilege that comes with freedom of speech, so uses this to his advantage to bring something refreshing yet thoughtful to the Australian rap scene. His sound is one steeped in rich musical, spiritual and poetic tradition reminiscent of the likes of Gil Scot Heron, Andre 3000 and Kendrick Lamar.

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Dilly Dave - DillyDave has been dashing round the scene for years, trying to find the source code for the best combination of beats and raps. 2 EPs and a couple singles deep, he is on the tip of a iceberg size breakthrough. He’s nerdy and cares not for the opinions of other, he share’s his shit regardless of the audience. He breaks barrels and hearts in the same song. Get around him or get lost.

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This event will take place on the stolen lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. Sovereignty was never ceded. We extend our respects to Indigenous elders past, present, and emerging. Part of your ticket sales will go to the Pay The Rent foundation to support Indigneous communities around Victoria....This and all Vibe Union events are run in accordance with covid safety measures in cooperation with the venue.

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