Consume has teamed up once more with GOMA to co-curate their music series Future Beauty: Up- Late Opening on Oct 31.

Curated by world-renowned fashion historian Akiko Fukai, ‘Future Beauty: 30 Years of Japanese Fashion’ is a comprehensive survey of more than 100 garments and accessories from the collection of the Kyoto Costume Institute, the “Up Late” arm giving visitors the opportunity to see the exhibition after dark with the addition of live music, fashion talks and Japanese-inspired food offerings.


Running for seven Friday nights from  November to February next year, Up Late features a line-up of international and local bands and djs, Japanese band Broken Dolls opening the event with their signature “Kawaii” style.


Broken Doll + Ben Ely – November 21

Sampology + Seja and Mel Tickle – November 28

Factory Floor + Seja and Mel Tickle – December 5

Shonen Knife + El Norto – January 23

Cornelius presents Salyu x Salyu + Luke Dalton – 30th January

Oscar Key Sung and MTNS + Luke Dalton – February 6

Last Dinosaurs – February 13

WHEN: November 21st – 15th February: Opening night Oct 31.

WHERE: Gallery of Modern Art Brisbane

TIMES: Up Late runs from 5:50-10pm on selected Friday nights

Broken Doll’s newest clip: I miss you