About Passing Notes


Pjenné (Penny O’Brien) is a familiar name in the Melbourne dance community. Through her imaginative club sets and weekly show Passing Notes on Melbourne’s PBSfm Radio, she has established herself as a critical fixture in the local scene. The after-hours see her navigating through all realms of dance music – energetic sets that are heavily driven by dub, electro and leftfield breaks.

 

Away from the dancefloor, Pjenné finds a sanctuary inside the radio booth. Her show Passing Notes further explores her fascination with the diversity of electronic music, as well as the community it fosters. The airwaves afford her the opportunity to showcase sounds a little more unorthodox. From early evening soundscapes, synth and wave to experimental club music, Passing Notes provides a crucial connection from club to community, also playing host to inspiring local and international talent.

 

Pjenné’s passion for what she does is pervasive. Be it in the studio or on the dancefloor, the same beliefs shine through: the importance of community, of supporting each other and the necessity of a damn good dance.

About Passing Notes


Pjenné (Penny O’Brien) is a familiar name in the Melbourne dance community. Through her imaginative club sets and weekly show Passing Notes on Melbourne’s PBSfm Radio, she has established herself as a critical fixture in the local scene. The after-hours see her navigating through all realms of dance music – energetic sets that are heavily driven by dub, electro and leftfield breaks.

 

Away from the dancefloor, Pjenné finds a sanctuary inside the radio booth. Her show Passing Notes further explores her fascination with the diversity of electronic music, as well as the community it fosters. The airwaves afford her the opportunity to showcase sounds a little more unorthodox. From early evening soundscapes, synth and wave to experimental club music, Passing Notes provides a crucial connection from club to community, also playing host to inspiring local and international talent.

 

Pjenné’s passion for what she does is pervasive. Be it in the studio or on the dancefloor, the same beliefs shine through: the importance of community, of supporting each other and the necessity of a damn good dance.