New York City cult favourites Morricone Youth mark their Australian debut by performing their own re-score to George Miller’s 1979 masterpiece Mad Max, setting aside the film’s original soundtrack to create a completely new sonic experience. The underground heroes mesh surf guitars with vintage synthesisers and frenetic drums to complement the speed and space of the Australian landscape on screen.

Comprised of founder Devon E. Levins, along with John Castro, Dan Kessler, Jefferson Rabb, Brian Kantor and guest vocalist Ayo Awosika, the underground heroes create reimagined sonic textures, from Krautrock beats to the spaghetti western scores of the ensemble’s namesake. Presented by Carriageworks and Sydney Festival.

Image Chic Stringer, courtesy of Kennedy Miller Mitchell