Gub launches his latest single ‘Love You Better’ at Colour. Support is by the talented Komang (live) and Sophie KG (DJ).
Gub presents a new live set developed in Naarm/Melbourne pushing conventional boundaries in an eclectic multi-instrumental mix blurring lines between alternative, RnB and electronica. Gub, backed by Josh Cole (guitar) and Jaypan (synthesizer), offer a unique sound encompassing a diversity of upbeat tones and rhythmic synths.
After the successful release of his self titled EP, including a string of sold-out regional shows, Gub looks to build momentum with his debut Melbourne show at Colour.
Support is by the talented Komang (live) and Sophie KG (DJ).
Komang is Rosie Clynes, a Melbourne/Naarm based vocalist, producer and conceptual artist. Komang synthesizes future leaning soul, pop and progressive electronica with thematic nods toward her Balinese and Indonesian roots. With a debut EP on the horizon, her multidisciplinary vision, community focus and epic themes of longing and mythology make Komang one to watch for the immediate future.
Showcasing a variety of talent across the Melbourne music scene, bringing a refreshed energy to Wednesday nights, and focusing on bringing new music and artists for the youth. This event highlights the wide range of music played by a diverse group of young Melbournians finding creative new ways to make us all dance after such an extensive time isolated.
As Melbourne repeal their Covid restrictions, the bleak midweek has found Colour, facilitated by the music and people that made us all miss Melbourne nightlife so much.
Capacity for this event will be limited as per the current COVIDsafe restrictions. Sanitiser will be provided on entry and all patrons must check-in using the QR code provided on entry.
We live, work and play on land that was forcibly taken from Aboriginal people. There has been no Treaty with the First Nations of this place and the effects of colonisation continue to this day. We would like to acknowledge the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people, on whose land this event will take place. We pay our respects to the Elders past, present and emerging and recognise that sovereignty has never been ceded.
There is a strict zero-tolerance policy towards racism, homophobia, transphobia, sexism, ableism or harassment of any kind. Please report any unwelcome behaviour to staff or event organisers. There may be some strobe lights used in performances.