PLAYLIST : RISING 2022 AT MAX WATT'S
Max Watt’s is RISING 2022's undergound bunker for subterranean sounds. We've prepped a playlist ahead of your descent.
Descending the staircase of Max Watt’s at RISING 2022 drops you headfirst into prophetic post-punk, global crate diggers’ selections and local dancefloor burners.
In this playlist from RISING's music team you'll encounter open-hearted anthems care of The Goon Sax and Ana Roxanne's tranquil dispatches. The heat gets turned up with futurist rap from Shabazz Palaces; dub frequencies, broken beats and four on the floor techno from OK EG and Kelly Lee Owens; and to close, dance music abstractions and revelations from DJ Nobu and Kenji Takimi. Fire up then book below.
Goon Sax with EXEK — Thu 2 June
Spend a night soaking in the prophetic post-punk of two Australian acts at the top of their game.
Yussef Dayes with jitwam (live) and Mike Gurrieri vs Shio — Sar 4 June
Surrender to the rhythm with one of the breakout players of the South London jazz scene.
ANA ROXANNE WITH WILSON TANNER AND YL HOOI — SUN 5 JUNE
In her Australian debut, orchestral electronic artist Ana Roxanne sets out on the search for something greater.
ANDY SHAUF WITH SWEET WHIRL — MON 6 JUNE
Let the cinematic missives of skillful multi-instrumentalist Andy Shauf wash over you in his Australian debut performance.
Make It Up Club — Tue 7 June
Featuring a lineup of live experimentalists (just announced). Leave your expectation at the door for a night of avant-garde improvised music.
Boris — Fri 10 June
As part of the Japan in Focus music program, legendary doom trio Boris power through their 2002 classic Heavy Rocks.
SHABAZZ PALACES AND STAS THEE BOSS — SAT 11 JUNE
Hip hop iconoclast Shabazz Palaces is joined by the most special of the special, Stas THEE Boss in this Australian exclusive.
Animals Dancing : DJ Nobu and Kenji Takimi — Sun 12 June
Legendary local party promoters Animals Dancing bring together Japanese techno icon DJ Nobu and anything-goes selector Kenji Takimi for an all-day dance party that will creep into the witching hours