We’ve found Australia’s chillest electronic night

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We’ve found Australia’s chillest electronic night


ONO: A Temporary Hearth is a listening experience like no other. Featuring the talents of American experimentalist Bee Mask, Swiss producer Agonis, Siss DJ Simon Lemont, and Melbourne don Albrecht La’Brooy — this is a gig that is both live performance and art installation all at once. 

The venue will be transformed into the musical embodiment of a campfire, taking influence from oral storytelling. The room will be laid out around a central gathering point, representing the burning embers of a fire.

Provided with cushions and blankets, audience members are invited to settle in for an evening of intimate listening and to experience immersive music in a comfortable communal setting.

After their previous sold-out instalment, ONO is back with the aim to grow the space and conditions that foster an appreciation and love of ambient music.