Live from Tokyo Sing Song play_circle_outline
At Picnic’s One Night Stand 10th Birthday at Tokyo Sing Song only a few weeks ago, Marcellus Pittman played from start to finish, proving to us why he is Detroit royalty. We’re honoured to present three hours of his incredible set on United We Stream Australia along with our international United We Stream global family. This stream is also raising funds for Picnic and Tokyo Sing Song. Given the current two-week lockdown in Sydney, programmers and promoters such as Picnic have again lost 100% of their income while we have to comply with the government’s stay at home orders. Picnic is a vital contributor to the cultural fabric of Sydney, so we encourage you to donate at the link below, if you’re in position to contribute any amount. Funds raised will be split equally between Picnic and Tokyo Sing Song to assist with staff costs during this difficult period in Sydney. https://www.gofundme.com/f/picnic-covid-19-support-fundraiser
Live from Powerhouse Museum play_circle_outline
Ninajirachi and Kota Banks’ 2021 album release True North is brought to life through this one-off live experience, with an interactive visual performance created by Ninajirachi, Kota Banks and Georgie Pinn.
Live from Maton: Australia’s Guitar at Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum. play_circle_outline
Milan Ring - acclaimed singer, rapper, guitarist, producer, music director, mix & mastering engineer performing live at Maton: Australia’s Guitar at Sydney’s Powerhouse Museum. Drawing from her Chinese & Indian heritage, the concepts of duality (Ying & Yang) & spirituality are a constant source of inspiration to Milan’s artistry. Her signature sound is a carefully orchestrated balance between the analogue and digital worlds, seamlessly blending live percussion with electronic drums, whilst moving from synths to raw guitar takes.
House of Mince, United we Stream, FBI Radio present // “Unknown Pleasures” // 17 December 2020
Emerging from the collective desire, ‘Unknown Pleasures’ is the new event promising nothing but exceptional queer talent.
Through the seismic shifts of 2020, Sydney’s music scene has been re-imagining itself through experimentation and innovation. Sydney's own notorious electronic club night House of Mince, in conjunction with United we Stream Australia and FBI Radio present "Unknown Pleasures”, an event centred on rediscovering our queer creative force and talent as an international city. The House of Mince senses the collective de-sire for world class entertainment, and see’s the amount of queer emerging talent in Sydney, thus “Unknown Pleasures” is an experience committed to immersing you in an all for us Sydney evening of our world class trade.
The Unknown Pleasures lineup is a love letter to Queer Sydney.
Filmed at Oxford Art Factory, Unknown Pleasures features live music performances by Chela, Jamarz on Marz and Kyva joined by Hosts/Performers Aaron Manhattan, Beau Kirq, Lady Fur, Nini Voss and Sarah Jessica Carpark
Fresh from supporting The Presets and George Maple at Great Southern Nights, BRUX brings us a very special live performance featuring tracks from her 2020 released ‘Fruit’ EP as well as a few unreleased gems.
Join us for a journey of light and sound filmed in the Powerhouse Theatre in Sydney’s iconic Powerhouse Museum.
Music on my Mind is back for 2020! Join us for our monster livestream fundraiser on Sat Oct 10th, World Mental Health Day.
Mental health is a bigger issue than ever. So this year 50% of donations to Support Act, the mental health charity for music industry professionals and the rest will help us with the costs of Music on my Mind.
Over the last nine years, House of Mince has thrown parties unlike any other in Sydney. Whether in a Marrickville warehouse; a sweaty inner-city club; dancing in the clouds at Sydney Tower or feeling the harbour breeze at Sydney Opera House, locations change but the vibe remains the same. House of Mince’s atmosphere of elation and freedom comes from impeccable curation of DJs and the Mince crowd that congregate with an infectious eagerness to dance and rejoice in togetherness. Partly because of House of Mince’s partnerships with Berlin institutions Berghain and Cocktail D’amore, Mince fosters a like-minded queer community to that of its Berlin counterparts – you’re likely to see people dancing in next to nothing and you’ll see more colours at Mince! Streaming from Universal Sydney from 8pm AEST, House of Mince x United We Stream Australia 002 will also broadcast internationally as a part of United We Stream’s Global Pride program from 27 June - 5 July.