Vanishing Shapes, Mzaza, Greshka At The Milk Factory

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Vanishing Shapes, Mzaza, Greshka At The Milk Factory
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Vanishing Shapes, Mzaza, Greshka At The Milk Factory says
Hi Brisbane folks!
We are very excited to be bringing you this HUUUGE event! Possibly the most exciting of the tour for us :) Join ourselves (Vanishing Shapes) along with the incredible locals MZAZA and Greshka for a night of folky frivolity.

With a consistent theme between the bands of blurring lines between old musical traditions with the infinite modern influences we now have on hand you may feel as though you have entered a post-apocalyptic folk festival.

Tickets available for pre-purchase through Oztix at $15 (+bf) or $20 at the door.

Vanishing Shapes |
Vanishing Shapes have been pushing themselves to defy the laws of tradition in folk music, writing pieces that hint at melodic characteristics of Celtic, Turkish and Andean folk music with rhythmic and harmonic ideas stemming from more juxtaposing influences such as math rock, jazz and classical. Being endearingly dubbed ‘fairy music’ during a tour through Northern NSW their unique and eccentric style creates performances that bounce between being playful, harrowing and ethereal.

Recently returned from a huge debut European tour, two-time Queensland Music Award winners MZAZA are taking the world by storm with songs that are unlike anything else coming out of the Australian scene today. Lead by enchanting French-Sephardic vocalist Pauline Maudy, this award-winning group of cultural refugees from Bosnia, Latvia, Greece, Turkey, France and Australia has been mesmerising audiences with powerful and inspired performances.

Greshka |
Loosen your suspenders, tighten your shoelaces and get ready to flap your extremities. Greška is a five piece neo-gypsy/klezmer ensemble not unlike a chipotle and cocaine kebab: you’re not sure where it’s from, but it sure knocks you off your tits. A torn canvas of Romanian gypsy dons a filthy smear of western metal, jazz-funk and classical-arrangement.
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