Junior Arcade, The Real Fake Doors, Project Montreal, Architraves

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Junior Arcade, The Real Fake Doors, Project Montreal, Architraves

Date: Friday 16th October, 2015.
Doors: 8:0pm
Pre-Sale Cost: $10:00 from the bands
Door Price: $12
Photo ID required for entry

Junior Arcade are an energetic effect-driven rock 3-piece based in Brisbane. Taking influences from Last Dinosaurs and Foals, the trio has crafted an impressive dance rock sound characterised by absorbing vocals, impressive percussion fills, and immersive guitar parts. Their energetic live show highlights the trio’s natural on-stage chemistry with extended jams, huge guitar solos, powerful dynamics, and incredible drum fills and breakdowns.

The Real Fake Doors is a temporary guise/a man-sized cocoon in which I will writhe and wriggle my way out of to present to you my real name once I have conquered the trial of the first gig, October 16th at the Zoo!

Project Montreal’s sole artist (Ryan Wyatt) is a Brisbane based multi- instrumentalist/electronic musician who is a graduate of the Queensland Conservatorium of Music majoring in Jazz Improvisation (Guitar). For this record he wore more hats on top of traditional musical performance in regards to noise making in the recording process, Including: Song writing, Arranging/Orchestration, Electronics and Assistant Producing (Producing the orchestral recordings in Prague).

Like the architraves in the old Queenslander from which most members hail, this 5 person mango-shack cover it all! From folk, blues, rock and reggae to soul, funk and an array of swaying, cosmic, mesmerizing sounds thrown into the oven mitt. Architraves consist of an ever changing junkyard of instruments and sounds. So whether you just woke up in a culdesac or arrived from the land of the leafy green, Architraves will line your heart with a cumber-bun of emotion, thought and radioactive love that will make you dance rock, sway and jig-fig the night away.
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By: the zoo