Night Mass: Exstasia Ⅱ

An abstract layered image of people and buildings, tinted with a blue and orange hue.

The rest are blind.
Only we can see.
—Euripides, The Bacchae

Eyes wide shut. Keep it unholy.

This show is sold out, but resale tickets might be available. Check back here or on resales often.

Sat 10 June


Doors 10pm [18+]

District X

$109 + BF

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ZCluster performs into a microphone, a rope stretches between their hands.

Dark, emotionally charged siren songs, forged from industrial electronics and seductive vocals.

Members of Violent Magic Orchestra standing side by side in a line.

Expansive black metal guitars, glitchy textures and brain-melting percussion bleeds into glorious industrial techno.

Varg2 TM poses with their hair branded into a star shape crossing in front of their face.

A hypnotic palette of EDM and industrial techno, teetering between beauty and chaos.

TMcGee wearing headphones, with their tongue protruding from their mouth.

A classic disco and house music enthusiast cultivating euphoric dance floor moments.

Members of Tjaka stand against a red brick wall, with one sitting on top.

Modern technology fuses with ancient sound to form an experience of indigenous music like no other.

The Huxleys wearing sparkling red outfits sitting on a brown couch.

A visual spectacle of sparkle, surrealism, and androgynous freedom.

Sullivan standing inside a large tree.

Sonic cultural statements from this Meanjin/Melbourne based DJ, producer and programmer.

A blurred black and white image of SOVBLKPSSY wearing a hoodie and bucket hat.

This Ngarrindjeri and Ramindjeri multi-instrumentalist, producer, and DJ blends global club music with her own tastes to create an experience of immersion.

Real Lies holding up a cloth sign that reads "I felt like I was part of something".

This electronic act pumps out a relentlessly propulsive club-ready set. Hedonism encouraged.

A photo of Prison Religion leaning up against the wall, the image has been rotated 90 degrees.

This Virginian duo are well-versed in the art of sonic chaos—ripping noise, rap, and dance music to shreds.

OKENYO performs with a microphone in hand.

Sydney's musical chameleon, crafting boundary-pushing hip hop and R&B with poignancy and flair.

Mobiletti Giradischi performs on a Pioneer DJ deck, two large bottles sit on the table.

Selector of the rare or forgotten, delving deep down into the record bag to feed up an eclectic flow of analogue tunes.

Marie Davidson sits on an outdoor sports field.

Purveyor of dark and introspective club beats with a humorous edge.

Makeda lying down on the ground, their hand supporting their head.

Lucid, texture driven electronic music, with influences of post-punk, experimental and pop.

Mahne Frame leans in through the window of a vehicle, several sticker are visible in the interior.

Songs of cynicism and ambiguity dragged over a sharp backbone of icy rave beats.

Goth Cum drinking a pint of beer.

A devotee of disco hooks, hearty Italo and 90's house, Goth Cum is Hobart's pre-eminent problem.

Elisabeth Dixon wearing a wide brimmed hat.

Dark atmospheric techno informed by an interest in binaural beats, altered states of consciousness and ritual trance.

Dhairya wearing a denim jacket and glasses, with headphones around their neck.

Sink into this progressive DJ’s lush melodies and intricate rhythms.

Debby Friday stands outside at night-time, their reflective white bikini and coat bright white from the camera's flash.

Few do it like Debby—unabashedly cocksure industrial pop bangers with merciless intensity.

Guitar player from Dane Blacklock & The Preacher's Daughter performing shirt-less onstage.

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dameeeela with their hands on their cheeks, tounge slightly poking out.

DJ, producer and Yuggera woman spinning high energy sounds—from hip hop to acid to the classics and back again.

A highly grainy image of brown sugar.

Weave between ambient textures of downtempo sound, spacey house and the ravey end of the techno spectrum.

Bambii sits on the ground, leaning into a red car with it's door open.

One of Canada’s most compelling DJs, giving credence to dance music’s ever expanding reach.

Ayebatonye performs on a large DJ setup.

Divinely guided sounds of different worlds—of a liberated spirit and connection to community.

Aya Gloomy stands against an orange tiled wall, hands up to their lips in a prayer position.

Pure, unfiltered bedroom electropop from suburban Tokyo.

A close-up of a hand playing a Bentley piano. Three tarot-like cards sit on the music sheet sill.

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