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DJ Hell is taking over Melbourne's main cathedral with techno

Electronic congregation

  • 17 October 2017

Melbourne's iconic St Paul's Cathedral will be filled with techno when German electronic icon DJ Hell takes over the space next month.

Melbourne Music Week has just released its full program, including a night at the central place of worship with the Berlin-based heavyweight and locals Honeysmack, Acid Safari and DJ Kiti on November 18.

Each year the festival takes over unconventional locations around the city, including the State Library and a disused hospital in the past few years.

The circa 1880s gothic cathedral is one of the city's most recognisable architectural landmarks.

Local techno purveyors Sleep D have also been announced for Melbourne Music Week, closing out the program with a party in the car park next door to St Paul's on November 25 with Albrech La'Brooy, Josh Kelly and Rings Around Saturn.

Inside, Jacques Greene, Banoffee and Planète will be playing an event co-presented by label Good Manners.

Melbourne Music Week takes place from November 17-25. Head here for more information and tickets.

Scott Carbines is Mixmag's Australian Digital Content Editor, follow him on Twitter

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