This Thursday September 5 the Red Bull Music Academy returns to Goodgod Small Club for the third time.
For this bout, London percussionist and singer Mo Kolours will make his Australian debut, showcasing his mix of soul, dub, hip hop, the ‘Sega music’ of his Mauritian homeland and various “I’ve thought about music for most of my life, contemplating the ins and outs, like, ‘how is this guy making that noise’. But I like to work on instincts and feeling and just see what happens,” says the Gilles Peterson-endorsed producer of his musical inspirations. Mo Kolours will be joined by rising Adelaide artist Oisima and emerging Sydney experimental producer Thomas William. William was a finalist in FBi Radio’s Northern Lights competition last year, and garnered comparisons with Flying Lotus for his album Deccan Technicolour, which was praised for being “at once genuinely eclectic and totally coherent; full of far-out, lopsided beats, glitchy grooves, ingeniously butchered samples, and woozy, psychedelic soundscapes”. Doors for this Red Bull Music Academy showcase open at 8pm, and entry is free for those who RSVP via Dash Tickets. other electronic styles.Write a Letter to the Editor