Soju World
with Soju Gang

Navigating Australia’s social climate through conversations with a diverse range of artists.

Soju World explores Australia’s social climate through the lens of a diverse range of BIPOC artists; using the experience of voices in the music scene to create meaningful and insightful dialogue about the world we live in today. Music has always been a tool to translate one's innermost views, thoughts and emotions - so let’s hear what conversations happen behind the music.


  • Soju Gang

    A proud Gunnai/Kurnai, Yorta Yorta and Wiradjuri woman, Soju Gang is a staple of Melbourne’s music scene. Initially known for her role in nightlife, she is also recognised as an outspoken community member; advocating and bringing awareness to both issues that affect her and the Indigenous community - along with the wider black community. Starting her career as a socialite promoting some of Melbourne’s favourite party venues, she jumped behind the DJ decks in 2017 and hasn’t looked back. In her short career she’s graced festival stages such as Spilt Milk, Listen Out and Groovin’ the Moo, supported acts Leikeli47, Charli XCX, Tera Kora and an array of Australian artists, along with spinning at some of Melbourne’s best spots and events.