YUM YUM & DJ SANI AT THE VIVID IDEAS EXCHANGE LOUNGE

YUM YUM & DJ SANI
When:
06 Jun 2015
18:00 - 00:00
Location:
Vivid Ideas Exchange, Museum of Contemporary Art, Australia, Level 6 Terrace Entrance (Circular Quay West Side), Sydney NSW 2000

Live performances from Yum Yum at 7.30pm & DJ Sani 6.00pm-midnight in the Vivid Ideas Exchange Lounge!

Network with your colleagues and peers at the Vivid Ideas Exchange at the MCA: meet and chat with industry experts across the creative sector, from architecture to marketing to sustainability and film. Everyone's invited however capacity is limited to 250 guests, so entry is on a first come first serve basis. The venue is open from 6pm to midnight. Join us for networking, music and the best views in town. FREE ENTRY. 

 

YUM YUM

The birth of soul, dub, hip hop and delta blues Sydney outfit, Yum Yum, is what one could describe as ordinary that led to an extraordinary exchange of musical minds. Some things do not require an explanation. It just is. 
 
In May 2014, a friend of a friend passed on a USB of Jayo James’ beats to Natalie Slade. A week later, Slade wrote to one of Jayo’s tracks, followed by a few jam sessions, sealing an instantaneous musical chemistry that explored funk, reggae, dub, hip hop and soul rhythms. 
 
DJ SANI
DJ Sani has made an indelible mark on the club, bar, private party and soul scene in Sydney, creating an irresistibly smooth impression wherever she performs.
 
Ivy Pool’s resident Friday DJ for over five years.. Sani specialises in soul music. This includes a life long love of disco and all things super groovy. She has been taught by Sydney’s old school DJs, learning the craft the traditional way, surrounded by
records, sound systems and a touch of la dolce vita. She still collects and invests in self indulgent soul records to showcase at Sydney’s contemporary venues.
The birth of soul, dub, hip hop and delta blues Sydney outfit,
Yum Yum,
is
what one could describe as ordinary that led to an extraordinary exchange of
musical minds. Some things do not require an explanation. It just is.
In May 2014, a friend o
f a friend passed on a USB of
Jayo James
’ beats to
Natalie Slade
. A week later, Slade wrote to one of Jayo’s tracks, followed
by a few jam sessions, sealing an instantaneous musical chemistry that
explored funk, reggae, dub, hip hop and soul rhythms.