Rakhi invites you to join her for a free party in the leafy surrounds of Howler to experience some of the best selectors this city has to offer.
Hot, radiant and hellish, Venus embraces us with her warmth, care and confronting soundscapes. Venus allows us to explore our sensuality and desires - a continual celebration of beauty. Venus is the love we give back to our community.
Our Carlson (MC)
Artwork by Gabriella Brown (@soft_edges)
Venus is an inclusive space where individuality and self expression are celebrated: come as the truest version of yourself and allow others to do the same. We have a zero tolerance approach to any form of bigotry, othering or hate.
Venus will be held on unceded Wurundjeri land. We pay respects to Elders past, present and emerging. Always was, always will be.
ALICE PHOEBE LOU
Supported by Gabriella Cohen
Announces Australia & New Zealand shows for March 2023
Berlin based singer-songwriter ALICE PHOEBE LOU today announces her debut Australia and New Zealand tour. Born in South Africa and having developed her ethereal indie-folk sound busking on the streets of Berlin, Alice has caught the ears of a community of music lovers with her honest storytelling and raw, beautiful voice. She’ll be bringing her soothing vocal harmonies to Brisbane’s Brightside on March 8, Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory on March 9, Melbourne’s Howler on March 10 and Auckland’s Tuning Fork on March 14.
Tickets for all shows go onsale at 9am on Monday 14th November.
My Live Nation members can secure tickets first during the exclusive pre-sale beginning at 12pm on Friday 11 November, concluding at 8am on Monday 14 November.
For complete tour and ticket information, visit: livenation.com.au.
Alice Phoebe Lou moved to Berlin to become a professional busker in 2013. A year later, funded by the money she made busking, she self-released her debut EP “Momentum”. She has since released four studio records, two live records and two EP’s as an independent artist. Untainted by commercial ambition, Alice still performs on the street when not on tour and as much as circumstances allow.
In 2019 Alice and her band perform over 100 shows. With touring coming to a standstill in 2020, Alice took the initiative to build a studio with her musician friends in Berlin so they could collectively develop their skills in engineering whilst producing their own recordings. In March 2021 Alice released her third studio LP ”Glow”, a breathtaking work full of visceral star-dusted songs in which she articulated her deepest thoughts and emotions.
With touring still on a global standstill and a studio to work at daily, Alice focused on recording yet another album. Alongside her best friends and musical partners Ziv and Daklis, she travelled to beautiful British Columbia to make a record with David Parry who had produced “Glow” the year before. “The process was simple and intuitive, using an 8 track tape machine and allowing the very new songs to grow into themselves. We worked tirelessly on a limited schedule, so used to each other by now from recording ‘Glow’ together that it felt easy and enjoyable.” Out of those intuitive recording sessions on Vancouver Island “Child’s Play” was born.
Alice is about to embark on yet another tour, playing various shows in Europe and America as she continues to write new songs, with more music set to be recorded soon. Don’t miss your chance to see Alice Phoebe Lou’s captivating live performance on her debut Australia and New Zealand tour next year.