In our post-COVID world of isolating technology and disconnected University management, events like this serve as a reminder of live music’s unifying power, irrespective of what faculty you belong to.
We danced, we laughed, we cried; we were transported away from inner-city Sydney’s claustrophobia to endless empty highways, tangled stringybark, and savannah grass of outback Australia.
The night celebrated carbon-neutral music and the formidable energy of notable heavy hitters in the Australian metal industry.
Today marks the start of National Science week, with USyd presenting novel events that bridge the gap between art and science.
The rising star brought his ‘Rave & Roses’ world tour to Sydney with an intense and electrifying set.
Overall, the Euphoria House Party was thoroughly enjoyable, bringing partygoers into the show’s stylish and energetic world for one memorable night.
Metal emerges from Manning Bar.
Between Kinder, Mashd N Kutcher, Riton, and USyd’s own DJ Society, Manning Bar patrons were treated to a night that more than justified the ticket price.
To The Grave played a cathartic set that brought Manning to life.
Science and music usually shouldn’t mix. But when done right you might just get an emulsion.