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SOFT CENTRE: a niche utopia
REVIEW
"The producers of Soft Centre succeeded not only in presenting an impeccably organised electronic music festival that reached locals but also got people out of the inner city to Sydney’s South West, building a little temporary world where things could actually be better for everyone, if only for a little while."
18/10/17


SOFT CENTRE FESTIVAL REVIEW "The day was perfect; the atmosphere created was safe, liberating and downright fun. Soft Centre fostered an environment where everybody could be themselves. Not a single person was judged or out of place, and it was damn refreshing. The artists were wonderfully handpicked, the spaces carefully thought-out, and each performer involved brought something innovative." 26/09/17

SOFT CENTRE FESTIVAL
REVIEW
"The day was perfect; the atmosphere created was safe, liberating and downright fun. Soft Centre fostered an environment where everybody could be themselves. Not a single person was judged or out of place, and it was damn refreshing. The artists were wonderfully handpicked, the spaces carefully thought-out, and each performer involved brought something innovative."
26/09/17


Immerse yourself in SOFT CENTRE'’s premiere event EDITORIAL "...they embrace the dark, the visceral, the experimental. It’s not easily digestible and that’s the kind music we are really passionate about." 22/09/17

Immerse yourself in SOFT CENTRE'’s premiere event
EDITORIAL
"...they embrace the dark, the visceral, the experimental. It’s not easily digestible and that’s the kind music we are really passionate about."
22/09/17


SOFT CENTRE: Festival Hardcore EDITORIAL "The festival draws together a wide range of experimental, queer, underground and politically conscious artists and promises to transform the building’s interior with “the extremities of electronic music” 20/09/17

SOFT CENTRE: Festival Hardcore
EDITORIAL
"The festival draws together a wide range of experimental, queer, underground and politically conscious artists and promises to transform the building’s interior with “the extremities of electronic music”
20/09/17


Meagan Streader Interview: Lighting Up SOFT CENTRE EDITORIAL "...Soft Centre found me! (Luckily) When they presented the concept in its early stages I was interested in the crossover of local and international art, music and performance – it sounded like a total sensory overload." 17/09/17

Meagan Streader Interview: Lighting Up SOFT CENTRE
EDITORIAL
"...Soft Centre found me! (Luckily) When they presented the concept in its early stages I was interested in the crossover of local and international art, music and performance – it sounded like a total sensory overload."
17/09/17


Coming Soon: An Experimental Music and Arts Festival in a Former Power Station EDITORIAL "While the launch of another music festival is not a rare occurrence in Sydney, it is far less common for a new immersive electronic music, projection and light showcase to be self-funded by a team of three friends in their mid-twenties" 12/09/17

Coming Soon: An Experimental Music and Arts Festival in a Former Power Station
EDITORIAL
"While the launch of another music festival is not a rare occurrence in Sydney, it is far less common for a new immersive electronic music, projection and light showcase to be self-funded by a team of three friends in their mid-twenties"
12/09/17


A Made Up Sound, Via App, and Lawrence English Announced for SOFT CENTRE EDITORIAL "SOFT CENTRE looks to festivals such as Unsound, Berlin Atonal, Mutek, and Norbergfestival for inspiration, pairing experimental electronic artists with sensory altering light works and immersive performance pieces. " 03/08/17

A Made Up Sound, Via App, and Lawrence English Announced for SOFT CENTRE
EDITORIAL
"SOFT CENTRE looks to festivals such as Unsound, Berlin Atonal, Mutek, and Norbergfestival for inspiration, pairing experimental electronic artists with sensory altering light works and immersive performance pieces. "
03/08/17