Hermitude

Fri 1 April 2016

How did two teenage jazz geeks and metal heads who grew up together in the Blue Mountains go on to be Australia’s number one electronic hip-hop duo?

Find out as Luke Dubber and Angus Stuart from Hermitude squeeze onto the couch with Barry Divola and make history as our first double-header on Regression Session, playing Prince, Michael Jackson, MC Hammer and more.

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