Bathhouse, Pink Harvest, Alexandra Duguid [FRONT BAR] The Mean Times 'Bananas' - Video Launch, The Fiction, Fuzzrays [BANDROOM] Burning Sand, James Cain (solo), Sooterkin Flesh [UPSTAIRS]

When

7:15 pmThursday, 18 July

Where

Tote

61-71 Johnston Street Collingwood

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Following their fresh and steamy Melancholy Dream-Pop 2019 debut release 'The Bathhouse EP', Bathhouse are excited to present 3 consecutive weeks of live music this July in The Tote front bar with a range of excellent and eclectic Melbourne bands and musicians from 8pm onwards with FREE ENTRY.

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The Mean Times dip back into the Raw Prawn cocktail to deliver another single and epic video for Bananas at The Tote on Thursday July 18th. 

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Sonic anomalies and oscillations presents a night of dark consonance and dissonance
10:30 BURNING SAND plays dirty synths, distorted piano, mechanical sub bass, dystopian industrial samples and grit laden drum sequences. A mesh of dark ambient frequencies are crafted to evoke an atmospheric dream like state of mind along with a deep profound awakening pulse and throb.
9:30 SOOTERKIN FLESH brings on the experimental in a rare appearance. Manipulated tape machines, effects, contact mic percussion and harrowing vocals meld into brooding textured layers of distorted reality
8:30 DEVIL MONKEY bassist, James Cain, brings a set of material that’s “too nice” for a regular DevilMonkey gig. His first solo show for some time.
8:00 $10 entry

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