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CS + Kreme, YL Hooi, Moopie

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Reigniting our Ritual Community Music concert series, Liquid Architecture presents rare performances by CS + Kreme and YL Hooi, with Moopie (DJ) on Winter’s penultimate weekend, at Meat Market Pavilion. 

Circling bodies. 
Hallucinatory sounds. 
Luxury system. 

CS + Kreme is the name Conrad Standish and Sam Karmel give their deeply romantic and stealthily addictive music, characterised by heavy dub processing and sweeping post-punk, anchored by Standish's leftfield bass and Karmel’s skewiff electronics. You will know their acclimated releases, including last year’s wildly/widely loved Snoopy LP on Trilogy Tapes. Self-described ‘horizontal-music’. 

YL Hooi’s FX-drenched atmospherics, DIY minimalism, and nang chamber dub will conjure sonic apparitions to spiral up into the Pavilion’s high ceilings and dark corners. Hear her ‘Untitled’ on Efficient Space for evidence. Featuring alleged fellow Kallista Kult member Tarquin Manek (LST, M. Quake) on various instruments and moves. 

Before, between, again and again, Moopie weaves far histories of electronic music into contemporary cuts. Sweetheart, DJ, A Colourful Storm label boss; the relentless-restless-endless.

Images: Kyle Thomas
Cocktails and FX: Gian Manik

In 2021, Liquid Architecture warmly welcome Rohan Reberio as curator of our long-running Ritual Community Music concert series. 

Folk, Noise, Electronics, Improvisation – how can radical music help us manifest new possibilities for thinking and imagine different ways of organising community through ritual behaviours, actions, and languages? Music as a model for civil society — decoding metaphorical power structures, violence, empathy, ecstasy, and cooperation.

8 x Meyer MTS-4, courtesy System Sound. 
Supported by City of Melbourne Reactivation Events Grants.

Active in Australia and internationally since 2000, Liquid Architecture is a leading organisation for artists working with sound and listening. Our program stages encounters and creates spaces for sonic experience at the intersection of contemporary art and experimental music, through performances and concerts, exhibitions, talks, publications, reading groups, workshops and recordings in art spaces, music venues and other sites.

We acknowledge the traditional owners and sovereign custodians of the land on which we are situated, the peoples of the Woiwurrung and Boonwurrung language groups. We extend our respect to their Ancestors and all First Peoples and Elders past, present, and future.

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