HUB: Club Catty

Posted on June 15th, by gspf in 2015 Events, Experience. Comments Off on HUB: Club Catty

HUB: Club Catty

Location: Festival Hub, The Catfish, 30 Gertrude St.
Date:
 Thursday 16 July, 8:30pm
Cost: $5 single entry / $10 Membership.

Music: Time For Dreams, Premium Fantasy, Nausea and Halogen Lake.
Visuals: VJ Brendan Harwood.

A stellar line up multi-disciplined artists assemble in the upstairs band room of The Catfish for a mind melting edition of new gig night Club Catty. A fantastic array of some of Melbourne’s most exciting artists are set to perform on stage, all of whom will be paired with GSPF visual artists to conjure stunning visuals in tandem with the atmospheric sounds.

Headlining the night is Time For Dreams, the talented duo of Amanda Roff and Tom Carlyon whose transfixing live show of hazy post punk has been generating delirious reviews fro some time. A dizzying blend of beats and heavenly vocals from Premium Fantasy will be intoxicating all present in the penultimate slot, while solo artist Andrew Dalziell aka Nausea is set to provide a darker shade to proceedings with his evocative style of layered dark wave. Opening the night is solo artist Halogen Lake, a gifted electronic artist capable of crafting stirring soundscapes that transport and inspire. Just added to the line up we have Metallic Jelly & Betamix.

With entry just $5 and the many epicurean delights of The Catfish on offer, this is set to be a spectacular night for the senses.

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Brendan Harwood is a Melbourne-based digital media artist who’s practice is primarily engaged with exploring the process of digitalising the surface of physical objects.

In 2014 Brendan worked on productions for The Australian Ballet and Mercedes Benz, had work exhibited in Vivid 2014 and the Gertrude Street Projection Festival 2014, while working alongside the music collectives The Operatives performing for a number of international DJs and producers.


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