This school holidays, learn how to compose high-energy beats using everyday household objects! Led by Naarm-based artist Ryan Powderly, we will explore the key elements of rhythm, texture, and structure with the musical potential of household items. Using these new skills we will build a collaborative, dynamic techno track using objects found around our Sunshine Youth Hub. 

No prior skills are required to participate. 

Date: Friday 21st April 

Time: 1:00pm - 3:00pm

Location: Youth Projects, Sunshine

Cost: Absolutely FREE

Ages: 12 - 25

Registrations are essential (spots will fill fast!) 

About Ryan: 

Ryan Powderly is a DJ, producer, and recent University of Melbourne music graduate, responsible for a streak of inspired and stir-crazy Household Techno videos made during the lockdowns. These videos led to live-streaming Household Techno collaborations with thousands of Twitch viewers, creating household bangers for milk and sneaker commercials, and running weekly music workshops for young people throughout Melbourne. Outside of hosting workshops, Ryan is a member of the multi-faceted label Pelvis; a celebration of dance music culture through parties, spatial design, clothing, and music.

Listen to some of Ryans's tracks via his Instagram (@ryan.powderly).

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Our Sunshine Youth Hub does have limited wheelchair access. If you have any disability requirements that we should be aware of, please let us know when you RSVP. 

These workshops are by young people, for young people (aged 12 - 25), and proudly supported by the Victorian Government. These activities are drug, alcohol, and smoke-free and a Youth Worker (or another suitably qualified individual) will be present at each workshop

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