Flewnt at AGWA Rooftop | NAIDOC 2022

Flewnt at AGWA Rooftop | NAIDOC 2022

Join us at the AGWA Rooftop Bar to celebrate NAIDOC week with Flewnt.

Joshua “Flewnt MC” Eggington is an award winning, Proud Noongar Wongi rapper from Boorloo (Perth). With a strong family legacy rooted in activism. Flewnt uses Hip Hop as his platform to articulate a powerful, positive, and uplifting message for his people.

DJ Line-up

4pm | Justice of the Beats
5pm | Mother Marls b2b Agapantha
6pm | Dolce & Lubly
7pm | FHOLT
8pm | INDIYA
9pm | W00ds
10pm | Flewnt MC (LIVE)
11pm | Optamus

This is an 18+ event. Under 18s must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.

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DJ BIOS

Justice of the Beats: Passionate about justice. Passionate about beats. Justice of the Beats is a proud Palyku/Yindjibarndi/Ngangumarta DJ, and she will ensure justice is served hot on the dancefloor through house and old school bangers.

Mother Marls: “My bloodlines are from the Ngarluma and Yindjibarndi people. I’ll be playing alongside my sister girl bringing transcendental energy and healing sounds that make your face stank and your body duh duh duh.”

Agapantha: First Nations artist Agapantha, with cultural connections to Yidinji and Torres Strait Islands in Australia will be weaving funk, r&b and electronic dance into the space.

Dolce & Lubly: First Nations Queer DJ from Warlpiri, performing in the Boorloo music scene, Dolce & Lubly (she/her) is bringing in the hot and diverse sounds of electro, techno and house. Her energetic dance vibes will have you moving before you know it!

INDIYA: (she/they) is a Nhanda/Malgana/Yamaji woman from the Midwest region of Western Australia. She brings old school r&b vibes, mixed in with some house bangers and loves playing fresh tunes from blak artists.

W00ds: Native born, DJ, producer, promoter, and electronic music enthusiast, Errol Woods hails out of the great southern, WA. For him, it’s all about mood, feeling and a deep, hypnotic groove, playing those tracks that get you tapping your feet and nodding your head without you realising it, and before you know it, you find yourself sucked in by the rolling baselines of underground tech, pulled under by the steady pulses and harmonic vibes of minimal, deep tech and hypnotised by the melodies of melodic house and techno.

AGWA is closed until 16 October for a final stage of redevelopment works. Details