The Blue Hotel, Telescreen, Small Voices (arvo) Slowfade, Las Mar, Emma Ovended (evening)


3:00 pmSunday, 22 September 2019


Workers Club

51 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy

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The Blue Hotel return to the Workers Club with an awesome Indie, Pop, Soul, Funk and Rock line up. Currently in the studio and at the final stages of recording their forthcoming EP release 'Into the Firelight'.

Joining them, will be the sublime, Synth Pop-Funk sounds of Small Voices as well as the awesome Indie -Pop band Telescreen who have released their latest EP Growing Pains and recent single Crowded. Head down Sunday Arvo for a Groovy Afternoon!


Slowfade is a Project born from exploration. Textured synth tones, 808's and chaos are collaborating elements within this hyper stylised landscape thatoften finds itself in an improvised trance.

A duo who perform liveusing electronic elements and voice, known for their work in Kalacoma, this time are going deeper into the combination of sound design and composition, stripping back the layers to reveal the nuance in every sound, and merging this with song.

Las Mar:
Las Mar mashes world percussion, post rock, electronic and psychedelic sounds into an array of hyper-detailed songs. A multi-instrumentalist working from a DIY studio, his debut album Euphemist presents a unique production style featuring lush vocals, deep, bent grooves and guitar rock-outs. For his most recent shows, Las Mar will be taking to the stage with a special minimal set up, to explore and improvise, using intense drumming and a range synth sounds and samples.  Emma Ovended:
Emma Ovenden, hermit to song. master of melancholy. harsh poet. conducter of lo fi orchestra’s. unconventional beat maker. integrity purist. Ovenden pushes the creative envelope with a computer-less setup, producing highly crafted and moving songs with synth, beats and voice. Super power: crushing vulnerability

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