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Nocturnal July | Melbourne Museum

Nocturnal is proud to celebrate Indigenous women with a July line-up inspired by this year's NAIDOC theme, 'Because of Her, We Can!'

Featuring some of this country's most exciting and formidable performers, the program is headed-up by the enigmatic Thelma Plum, pumped up by genre-defying rising star Kaiit and joined by rhythm 'n' blues tour de force Mojo Juju.

Beguiling, forthright and capable of casting a spell on audiences, award-winning singer-songwriter Thelma Plum has built an impressive national following since her 2012 debut. At her Nocturnal debut, Plum will draw on the brave, dynamic sounds of her 'Monsters' EP, produced by renowned local beat-smith M-Phases. Thelma Plum will raise her voice proudly in support of all indigenous women, as she so often does.

Genre-defying, fragile, ballsy, ambiguous and raw - Mojo Juju has been called many things and yet she is forever hard to define. By her own explanation, Mojo has never felt comfortable with being categorised, and is increasingly deliberate in avoiding labels and defying genres. As a result, it is only in experiencing her live shows that one can begin to understand the full breadth of this dynamic artist.

Blessed with an enchanting voice that crosses musical boundaries, PNG-born Melbournian Kaiit's love of jazz and neo-soul is evident in her music, drawing upon inspiration from her idols Amy Winehouse, Lauryn Hill and the contemporary sounds of Noname Gypsy and SZA.

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