Sloan Peterson (Sydney) & Spike Vincent [FRONT BAR] Ferla 'It’s Personal' Album Launch with special guests [BANDROOM] Exek, Ov Pain, Premium Fantasy & The Venetian Blinds [UPSTAIRS]


7:45 pmFriday, 24 May 2019



61-71 Johnston Street Collingwood

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Sloan Peterson will launch her debut album 'Midnight Love Vol. 2'. Whilst retaining its own unique charm, the album sees the influence of musical heroes from the likes of The Beatles and The Kinks through to the modern rock jangles of The Kooks and The Strokes. Sloan Peterson has embraced warm and swirling guitars, and retrospective vocals as a staple on the new record while contemporary pop queens Lana Del Rey and Gwen Stefani lend influence to Sloan Peterson’s sultry and sweet tones. ‘Midnight Love Vol.2 is a nostalgic exploration into Sloan Peterson’s dreams and memories, and is out Friday April 19 on Mirror Records.


They dug deep. They bled. They wept. They got to work. Melbourne’s after dark pop darlings FERLA are now ready to celebrate the launch of their debut album It’s Personal at The Tote on May 24th. Be a babe and come down. **


EXEK was a pulp magazine published by Hugo Gernsback, first appearing in January 1930. It was intended to focus on detective and mystery stories with a scientific element, but there were also one or two OV PAIN stories in every PREMIUM FANTASY. The title was changed to VENETIAN BLINDS with the June 1930 issue.

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