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Soup Nights made for 30 Years of Difficult Listening

Monday 12th August / presented by Taylah Strano

Tura New Music have launched their new series Soup Nights, a monthly event curated by a different experimental artist each time

Curatorial intern Annika Moses joined Breakfast with Taylah to chat about her 'club-night-gone-weird', kicking off the series.

On top of this, RTRFM are next up to host an evening of experimental wonder, with Beyond The Bounds: 30 Years of Difficult Listening. Details are all here.

Soup Nights kicks off on Tuesday August 13 at The Sewing Room with Ben Aguero, Hi. Ok, Sorry and Lana Rothnie. With shapes from Jacinta Larcombe, Olivia Hendry, Lilly King and Umariah Murtaza.

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