Last gig of the year is coming up, and boy, it’s going to be a doozy. For this one, we are going to be joining forces with our Brisbane friends Trichotomy for a special ‘double-band’ gig. We’ll be playing our stuff, their stuff, and then playing together as well. That’s right, both bands on stage, jamming out a solution for everything. It promises to be something else, so come on down to The Jazzlab in Brunswick on Friday December 14th to witness it. Get tickets at the Jazzlab page, you won’t regret it.
Thanks to everyone who came out to our Brisbane shows. Boy, we had a great time, and great to play to a sell-out crowd at The Junk Bar, and for such friendly people. We love you guys, and we’ll be back next year for sure.
The next Experiment show will be in Melbourne on Sunday November 18th, when we barrel into another two sets at one of our favourite venues, The Standard in Fitzroy.
We’ve got something pretty exciting planned for the end of the year too - a special ‘double band’ gig with Brisbane group Trichotomy at Jazzlab in Brunswick on Friday December 14th. They’ll play a short set, we’ll play a short set, then we’ll both play a set together. That’s right, two bands on the one stage. It’ll be wild. Details will be announced soon, and this will be a ticketed show, so stay tuned.
The Experiment head up to Brisbane this coming weekend to shake the windows and rattle the walls. We’ve got a headline show at the Junk Bar on Saturday October 20th, and then we are playing a more subdued set supporting Jackie Marshall’s ‘Lilith Shrugs’ Album Launch at Brisbane Powerhouse on Sunday Oct 21st.
There are still a small amount of tickets available for the Junk Bar show, but they are selling fast, so if you want to get along, you’d better book one. Oztix are taking care of that and you can get yours here at the jump.
The Experiment is travelling up to Brisbane in October to play a very special show at The Junk Bar’s Skukum Lounge. It’s on Saturday Oct 20th, and will be our only headline show for the year up in Brisbane. Joining us will be our friends Fraser & Stone, and this will most likely sell out, so it’s highly advised you book a ticket, and book it soon, as there’s limited places available. Tickets are available through Oztix and via the The Junk Bar Website here.
This Friday October 12th we’re back in Melbourne and playing a hometown show at one of our favourite venues, the Coburg RSL. Two sets from 8:30pm, and the generous people at the RSL are providing free entry for good-looking people, which means you.
Thanks to everyone who also came out to see us on our recent jaunt up to Sydney, Maitland, and Canberra. It was great to see so many new faces, and we were very happy to play for you all. Thanks to Jackie Marshall for having us along on the tour too - check out her new record Lilith Shrugs, because it’s a pearler - it got a four-star review from The Weekend Australian just the other day. Special thanks also to Melissa Fraser for being an experimenter on Bass for these shows too!
In October, the CP Experiment will be heading up to Brisbane, QLD, to play a ticketed show at The Junk Bar in Ashgrove. It'll be our only headlining show in Brisbane for the year, so I hope you can make it. Support is from Fraser and Stone, and it's all happening on Saturday October 20th. Get your tickets here at oztix.
Before we do that though, we'll also be hitting the road for some shows with Jackie Marshall to support her album launch, and here are those dates:
Friday September 21st - The Spotted Mallard, Brunswick, Melbourne VIC.
Thursday October 4th - Leadbelly, Newtown, Sydney, NSW.
Friday October 5th - The Junkyard, Maitland, NSW.
Saturday October 6th - Smith's Alternative, Canberra, ACT.
What fun to support our friends The Good Minus with their single launch at the Old Bar. They are such nice guys. Too nice, maybe. It makes you think they are up to something.
Our next show will be on Thursday July 12th at The Retreat as a double headliner with musical legends John Dowler's Vanity Project. Two sets of power-pop meets desert psychedelia to feast your ears upon. Free and easy from 8:30pm.
Thanks to everyone who came out to see us and our desert soundscapes at Ben Mastwyk's launch last week. You can pick up or stream Ben's new album at all good suppliers.
The next Experiment gig will be Thursday June 14th at The Old Bar in Fitzroy, Melbourne. We'll be supporting our friends The Good Minus as they launch their new single 'Wonderful'. Also playing will be one of our musical heroes, Mr J. Walker of Machine Translations. The cover's only $10 and it's gonna be a night of pretty excellent music. Come along and smell that fresh desert breeze.
Our next Experiment show is supporting our good friend and pinball fanatic Ben Mastwyk for his album launch at The Melba Spiegeltent on Friday June 1st. Also playing a set is the lovely and mysterious Freya Josephine Hollick. Come see us play what we call 'songs'. Get your tickets while you can here at Moshtix.
The Experiment's next show is supporting our good friends Ben Mastwyk and His Millions launch their new single on Friday June 1st at the Melba Spiegeltent in Collingwood, and also along for the ride for a night of psychedelic ramblings and honky tonk samplings is Freya Josephine Hollick. You can get your tickets here!
The next Experiment gig coming up will be on Sunday May 6th at The Standard in Fitzroy. You want musical rambling, we got it. Two sets of it, in fact.
My music isn't being featured this time, but the next New Stage concert is taking place on Wednesday May 2nd at Some Velvet Morning in Clifton Hill from 8:30pm. Come along to hear new music from May Lyon, Luke Speedy-Hutton, Wayne Kington, and Eli Simic-Prosic.