Welcome to the INFINITY SESSIONS. A Melbourne Electronic Music Showcase event. Showcasing local artists, bands and DJs that use electronic music in their style. This event is designed to network and give artists an oppertunity to show off what they do best.

The venue is decked out with great sound, lighting, smoke machine and a bar.

This is a 18+ event.

Hosted by owner of JP Sounds and solo artist James Peden (JP). 
Assisted by Steve Health coordinator of The Noble Experiment Open Mic Night.

Venue- The Noble Experiment (Basement)
284 Smith St, Collingwood, VIC

FREE EVENT

Second event will be planned next year in March. 
e-mail jpsoundsmusic@gmail.com for interest.



-MEET THE ARTISTS- 

MAADSTORK- HIP HOP/ RAP

Bio- What would a hip hop crew sound like if the lyricist had a degree in creative writing and decided to tell stories in rhyme over fat beats instead of inside the pages of a paperback?

MAADSTORK is Kiwi lyricist Ruben Ayers and Australian turntablist Ki Flett.

Ruben became a weekly patron at the legendary Can I Kick It!? freestyle open mic night and learnt the art of free-styling alongside some of Melbourne’s best rappers.

Writing songs with humour, poignancy and optimism, in the flavour of artists such as Danny Brown, Common, Mac Miller, Earl Sweatshirt and Aesop Rock, he became focused on honing his lyrical craft, performing across Melbourne a staggering 58 times in 6 months.

Enter friend, turntablist and street artist Ki Flett, bringing his love of turntablism, golden era and alternative hip hop. Under his artist name Ohki, Ki’s unconventional street art can be found in inner city lane-ways of Melbourne and online.

In 2019, Ki and Ruben formed MAADSTORK and have garnered a loyal following, and not just for their alternative take on hip hop, but also for their passion for building up the scene in Melbourne with multi-act showcases they organise to help lift up other up and coming Melbourne musicians.

MAADSTORK make their Australian festival debut them Nov 22 – 24 at Bohemian Beat-freaks in Queensland. 




JP- JAMES PEDEN- ELECTRO SYNTH POP

Bio- James Peden, originally from Auckland, NZ, Now calls Melbourne home. Started out with music as a teenager playing keys in church and became a solo artist in 2005.

JP loves experimenting with synth/keyboard and electronic sounds to create music and live shows that are full of energy and life. You will hear a unique blend of electronic music, pop, synth and 80s sounding vocals.


He has been compared to the likes of Pseudo Echo, David Bowie, Potbellez, & Peking Duk.



JAKE HUGHES- DJ

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MARK DUNBAR- TRIP HOP/ ELECTRO DANCE POP

Bio- Mark Dunbar is a Melbourne based musician and multi instrumentalist who draws inspiration from multiple musical styles including Folk, Pop and Trip Hop resulting in a unique and captivating live performance experience. Expect to hear phat 808 beats paired with dreamy guitars and haunting storytelling vocals that weave in and out of a sonic mix.
Musical Journey: After relocating to the UK in the early 2000’s, Dunbar went on to study guitar and graduate with award from The London Institute of Contemporary Music. Through living and studying in the UK Dunbar was exposed to Trip Hop and started incorporating drum machines along with other electronic elements in his music creation developing his current multi instrumental style. Dunbar's musical education and exposure continued via extensive travel throughout Europe, Canada, USA and Latin America. Dunbar released his first official solo EP titled "Far From Home" in 2019 which takes inspiration from his musical roots, crafting a mix of folk and Americana inspired songs. Follow up single "Don't Come Around" sees Dunbar take on a bigger full band sound. Both Dunbar's EP and single have been receiving solid community radio play around Australia.



GALLAGATH- ELECTRO POP

Bio- Off the back of a somewhat successful YouTube channel where he’d been posting regular mashups, Blackburn-based musician Sam Beros looked to delve into producing his own original music. Feeling inspired by soundtracks from various video games and wishing to spin his own, poppier take on it, Gallagath was formed in mid-2015. Four years later, Gallagath uses virtual keyboards and launchpads to create pretty soundscapes and play arcadey synth solos, blended with Beros’ honest lyricism.