Like many across Australia and the world, Melbourne’s community of electronic musicians were devastated to hear the news of the tragic Nepal Earthquake and it’s catastrophic effects. The community has come together for a special event – the fifth Remedy on Sunday May 10th at Section 8. All proceeds raised will be donated to The Big Umbrella; a Melbourne-based NGO supporting relief to Nepal; Learning Planet; a non-for-profit who have a team on ground in Katmandu Valley and Tashi Yams, a Kathmandu resident who will be assisting in local aid support.
Suggested donations for entry are $10, and a $15 donation will include a raffle ticket. $5 for every additional raffle ticket and the draw will be on the night.
Curated by Amin Payne, all of the city’s resident DJs and producers have donated their time and music to the event:
JPS (THE OPERATIVES)
M I D F L i T E
No Name Nath
Remedy events have previously supported Gawad Kalinga, an organisation helping to end poverty, The Asylum Seeker Resource Centre and friends in need of help.
“We live in a time where we often forget or turn a blind eye to situation we feel may be out of our control. The time has come to change that interpretation, and fix the situation. Remedy is the united force of Melbourne’s finest purveyors of electronic music. And together, we’ll help to fix as many of these situations as we viably can, or help at least.” – Remedy
We would also love to get donations for the raffle, vouchers, items etc.
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