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Thursday 4th November, 8-11pm

Dream Chambers, Strange Stains & Class War on the Dancefloor

$15 presales

Dream Chambers is the ethereal electronic music project of APRA-Award winning songwriter, Jess Chambers. Her sound, created using a mass of modular synthesizers, sequencers, and vocal processors, counterpoints heavy sub-bass with crystalline granular vocal samples and shimmering arpeggios.

Class War on the Dancefloor. Marika Pratley (she/they/them) is a Queer Greek/Cypriot New Zealander, composer, improviser and performance artist, born and raised in Te Whanganui-a-tara, Aotearoa. Themes of her work include radical relaxation, intersectional feminism/queerness, mental health activism, healing from trauma, anticapitalism and sloths.

Strange Stains is one of the many projects of Aimee Cooki M; producer, singer, visual artist, and designer. Cooki grew up in Rotorua and now resides in Te Whanganui-a-Tara. Her singular approach, and excitable energy, brings mesmerising and luscious performances of industrial-pop soundscapes that encourage footloose abandon. DIY ableton beats, her faithful synth, and a strapped on microphone are just some of the tools used in crafting fresh aural stains that amplify the poetry of this bogan Madonna.

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Jess Playing live, an array of electronics in front of her, and a city scene projected on the wall behind her.
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