Matthew Johnson and his Cobblestone Jazz Return to Melbourne!

Written by  //  October 15, 2015  //  Local News  //  Comments Off

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Co-presented with Thick as Thieves

Two of the world’s most phenomenal live acts perform at MMW’s flagship venue the Former Royal Women’s Hospital.

Since their 2002 debut release, Cobblestone Jazz have received critical acclaim for their two groundbreaking albums, featuring modern classics such as ‘Dump Truck’ and ‘India In Me’.

Stepping away from the Cobblestone Jazz trio, Mathew Jonson is one of a kind. He’s developed one of the most distinctive voices in electronic dance music: when you hear one of Jonson’s tracks, you almost immediately know it’s his, yet there’s no mistaking any given track for another.

In support are veteran Melbourne DJs T-Rek and Mike Callander who need no introduction.

Visual Artist for the show is Krystal Schultheiss. Krystal experiments with the visual interpretation of rhythm, flow of movement and visual abstraction as an expression of a phenomenological encounter with reality.
Recent highlights in a big 2015 for Krystal include Gertrude Film Festival, Melbourne White Nights, Digital Graffiti (USA) & Rainbow Serpent festival.

Prepare for an aural and visual sensory overload.

Former Royal Women’s Hospital is located at the corner of Grattan and Swanston streets, Carlton.

Explore the full MMW 2015 program at melbourne.vic.gov.au/mmw

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