The Month of Mune

By Evie Lavers - April 30, 2012

What is Mune you may ask? Well let me educate you dear friends... Mune is a word that is used to describe the period of time that is May to June. Mune 2012 has plenty of awesome events install but for now I am just going to touch on three of them ( ensure you add to your google calendar )

Hussel Hussel
Where: Mojo's Bar Fremantle
When: Friday the 11th of May
Price: $10.00
Why: There are plenty of reason that you should come down to Hussel Hussel every month but this month is a little more significant as the act I manage The Stoops will be performing with Ol Wright & Delirious, The Empty Cup, Wisdom 2th and one of Sydney's premier hip hop DJ's, DJ Ology who is rumored to have a special guest performance by one of my favorite emcee's in the country right now. Honest to God. This is going to be an epic night and one not to miss out on.

Syrup - Midnight til Daylight
Where: Laneway off Irwin Street. Closest to the corner of Irwin and Murray. It’s just a 3 minute walk east from Ambar.
When: Friday the 18th of May
Price: $10.00
Why: Syrup is the first monthly UK Bass and future beat club, allowing those with moonlit intentions to party properly until the early hours. It will congregate and showcase those of Perth with a strong passion for future bass music, in a way never seen before in our city. With support from some of the leading and best Bass music crews, Syrup will bring forth true laneway clubbing to the late-night masses of our city. DJ’s performing include KIT POP BEN M BOY PRINCE MR STARKS CLUNK DIRK CHOPS

Women In Music Panel
Where: The Bakery
When: Friday June the 1st 12.45PM - 2PM
Price: $55.00 for an all day pass to the WAM Conference $45.00 for WAm Members
Why: This is my baby. After coming back from Fuse earlier in the year, I pitched the idea to Alexis at WAM for a Women In Music panel to be part of the WAMi Conference for 2012. The panel suggestion was accepted and this what we came up with. “ The Australian music industry is a fruitful collective of hard-working, passionate and dedicated women that contribution is to the business on a global level. We are record label executives, artist managers, songwriters, musicians, composers, recording engineers, publicists, music publishers, online and traditional marketers and more. Join us in a discussion on awareness, equality, diversity, heritage, opportunities, and cultural aspects of women in the musical arts.”
Bruna Chiovitti (Festival Officer, City of Fremantle) Moderator
Millie Millgate (Sounds Australia)
Kristy Brown (Sub Continental Dub)
Rosalind Appleby (Author of 'Women of Note')
Catherine Haridy (Catherine Haridy Management)
Bourby Webster (North Street Music)

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