Go Nocturnal this weekend with the world premiere of Roland Tings’ band, live at Melbourne Museum

If an unheard sonic collaboration, infinite musical bliss and chance to fall deeper within the groove than ever sounds like your jam, then you won’t think twice about attending the world premiere of Roland Tings’ live band this weekend.

Starting from scratch and evolving into a petri-dish for creative talent, Noctural has developed an evening where science, art, music and self-directed learning combine.

Hosted by Nocturnal, Roland Tings will be taking the stage with Julian Sudek (Mercy Arms/World Champion) on drums/electronic pads and Yama Hondow-Wellby (Damn Arms/G.L.O.V.E.S) on keys to bring you an unforgettable live experience.

Following Roland Tings on the evening is the ever-talented Annie Bass, an electronic singer/songwriter/producer with a jazz-infused background and recent rotation on triple j. András will also be taking the stage on the night to perform his cruisey, surf-synth soundtracks.

With exhibits taking a focus on social change, the environment and human perception, this after-hours ensemble encourages conversation through its unique array of imaginative live performances, unforgettable learning experiences and an opportunity to explore the museum whilst knocking back a couple.

The night will also feature revelations of rarely seen, deep sea migration routes by Dianne Bray (Senior Collections Manager, Vertebrate Zoology), the lives of sea turtles from hatchlings to adults by Joanna Sumner (Manager of Genetic Resources) and the ways in which our world grows and evolves via social change from  Michelle Stevenson (Senior Curator of  Politics and Society).

Exhibits taking place on the night include: The Mind, Dynamic Earth, WWI: Love & Sorrow, Melbourne Story (commemorating 100 years of the Tolai people in a Bit na Ta) and the most recent installation, Women of the Land which honours the work of Victorian women such as scientist Yorta Yorta and fire fighter Dja Dja Wurrung Senior Elder.

See below for details, or head over to the Facebook event.

Nocturnal– Friday 3 November
6pm to 11pm
Melbourne Museum
Click here for Early Bird tickets ($25) or purchase on the Door $30 / $35.