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Music For Change 001 Feat. KATO - Dhadjowa Foundation Fundraiser

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Music For Change, the Eora-based record label run by Andrew Wowk and Jessica Tassone, is expanding into the event space to raise money for worthwhile causes while spotlighting artists we love. Each party will focus on a particular part of the music spectrum, raising funds for charities that address social issues that are important to the artists performing. For our first event, we’ve asked some of our favourite bass music selectors from Eora to join the Music For Change residents to soundtrack the night, with all profits from ticket sales going to The Dhadjowa Foundation (, who help advocate for families of victims of Indigenous deaths in custody. Expect a night of garage, breakbeat, electro, jungle, footwork, and leftfield amalgamations of all the above.



Kato (Doe Dee Records/Alien Workshop/Breakbeat Chaos)

Bisoux (Finespun Recordings)

Myledo (B&H Recordings/Extra Spicy/Orbital Radio)

Tassone (Music For Change/Cabin Fever/Honey Trap Soundsystem)

Floor Twenty (Extra Spicy) b2b Andrew Wowk (Music For Change/Extra Spicy/Bondi Beach Radio)

March 11th, 2022 @ The Oxford Underground (134 Oxford St, Darlinghurst). 9pm to 4am.

This event will comply with all NSW Health COVID-safe regulations. We strongly encourage testing before and after attending, and request that you do not attend if you are feeling unwell. Refunds will be available if you are unable to attend due to COVID-related circumstances (name transfers for tickets are also permitted, so you can re-sell your ticket).


We would like to acknowledge that this event, and all the work that we undertake happens on stolen land. We wish to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we are holding this event, the Gadigal people of the Eora nation and their Elders past, present, and emerging. Sovereignty was never ceded. Always was, always will be Aboriginal Land. As a show of respect, we are offering free admission for First Nations people.

We support inclusion at our events. If you are in a special circumstance and cannot afford a ticket, please contact us directly to arrange entry.

This event is a safe space. Please respect people’s boundaries and consent. There will be zero tolerance for any unacceptable behaviour. There will be staff on site at the venue that you can speak to if someone is making you feel unsafe, or you see someone in an uncomfortable situation.

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