Headlining the day will be super slick and beloved hip-hop artist REMI, as well as established disco-pop duo GL and soul, electronic-minimalists Slum Sociable. Launching the afternoon will be simmering neo-soul musician Billy Davis and The Good Lords, indie-folk singer/songwriter Gabriella Cohen, brooding electronic producer Willaris. K and local outfits Blyolk and Soft Corporate.
This November sees the festival expand with the addition of an second stage and strict dance line-up curated by our good mates at Soothsayer. Kicking things into gear will be sets from Toni Yotzi and DJ Sarah followed by Soothsayer label-musician and disco crusader Love Deluxe (DJ set). Closing the day will be deep groove sessions from local trio with a penchant for kitsch-psychedelia Wax’O Paradiso and Melbourne via London acclaimed DJ and producer Francis Inferno Orchestra.
Similar to last year’s debut, the open-air boutique day event unites the best in music in support of a local charity. For twenty-seventeen, $5 from every tickets purchase will go straight to HoMie – an incredible Melbourne organisation dedicated to creating pathways out of homelessness. To celebrate, HoMie will also be releasing special edition merch, HoMie x Copresents x RMIT hats. Suss Copresents’ Facebook and Instagram, where the design will be unveiled soon.
Once again, Copresents is a student + music industry collab – created to offer RMIT students invaluable industry experience, with the knowledge and skills of a major industry partner, Mushroom Group.
Limited First Release tickets to Copresents 17 are on sale tomorrow (10am Tue 5 Sep), and the ticket price ($49.90) includes the donation of $5. Prices will go up once the First Release sells out – GO!