American long-time Lynchian collaborator Chrysta Bell, Australian musical enfant terrible Tim Minchin, and renowned journalist Peter Greste interviewing former violent jihadist Muhammad Manwar Ali are some of the highlights of the second program revelation for Dark Mofo 2018.
Today’s addition marks Minchin’s first solo Australian show in over a decade. Bell, who has just come off starring in David Lynch’s Twin Peaks: The Return, will be joined by Rebekah Del Rio, to whom adoring Lynch fans will need no introduction.
Another noteworthy event is Tanya Lee’s ‘Landing’, which is a cumulative 24-hour marathon at the Hobart Aquatic Centre that replicates the 431 km of distance between Australia and Manus Island.
Dark Mofo 2018 will run between 13th and 24th June, with a prelude weekend from 7th to 10th June.
For more information about this year's mammoth program, visit Dark Mofo's website.
Dark Mofo 2018 Music Lineup Highlights
CHRYSTA BELL (with special guest REBECCA DEL RIO)
ST. VINCENT (USA)
ALICE GLASS (CAN) + ZOLA JESUS (USA)
WILLIAM BASINSKI (USA)
THE HAXAN CLOAK (GBR)
RYOJI IKEDA (JPN) – SPECTRA
ELECTRIC WIZARD (GBR)
EINSTÜRZENDE NEUBAUTEN – LAMENT
LAURIE ANDERSON (USA) – ALL THE THINGS I LOST IN THE FLOOD
ARCHIE ROACH + TIDDAS – DANCING WITH MY SPIRIT
TANYA TAGAQ (CAN) – RETRIBUTION
LAURIE ANDERSON (USA) + HSIN-CHIEN HUANG (TWN) – CHALKROOM
LOU REED: DRONES
MARLON WILLIAMS (NZL)
THE SPEAKER (CHN/DEU)
LYDIA LUNCH + WEASEL WALTER (USA) – BRUTAL MEASURES
TINY RUINS (NZL) + JESS RIBEIRO
TINY RUINS (NZL) + BEN SALTER + ANGIE HART + EMILY LUBITZ – BORROWED VERSE
NOBODY (WILLIS EARL BEAL) (USA)
JARBOE (USA) + FATHER MURPHY (ITA)
ALEXANDER HACKE + DANIELLE DE PICCIOTTO – CROSSROADS
REBEKAH DEL RIO (USA)
GROUP A (JPN)
PEDER MANNERFELT (SWE)
DEMDIKE STARE WITH MICHAEL ENGLAND (GBR)
IONA FORTUNE (SCO)
FIS AND PYUR PRESENT 7 BLUE STONES (NZL/DEU)
DREW MCDOWALL PRESENTS TIME MACHINES (SCO)
PAN DAIJING (CHN/DEU)
TASMANIAN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA + TSO CHORUS – ETERNAL
CHARLEMAGNE PALESTINE (USA)
VICTORIAN OPERA + TASMANIAN SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA – THE RAPE OF LUCRETIA