ORGANISED SPORTS /// DAY ONE
- Bloom Creation (JAPAN)
Mysterious acid folk / psych from Tokyo. In Japan you’ll often find them on bills nestled comfortably between bands like Maher Shalal Hash Baz, The Incapacitants, and Los Doroncos.
First Australian tour, joined on drums by Mark Anderson from Mysteries of Love (see LP on Alberts Basement) / Greymouth (EP on Quemada).
- Place Holder
The often chaotic four piece have recently been amplifying and bashing out their strange mix of sounds to audiences in China and Malaysia, but are now back in Australia to grace the stage of the MGC. Virtuosos of amplified objects, Place Holder aren't quite like any other band playing at the moment. Place Holder are John Wilton, Andrew Fedorovitch, Laurence Williams and Shota Matsumura. (M.O.B + Ghost Hobo)
- Matthew P Hopkins and Anthony Guerra (duo)
First show for new guitar duo. Matthew P Hopkins (Vincent Over the Sink, The Bowles, Naked on the Vague, Four Door, Absent Outfit, etc and solo releases on Penultimate Press, Alberts Basement etc) and Anthony Guerra (Love Chants, Your Intestines, Mysteries of Love, Galah Galah Galah, Vodka Sparrows etc and various collaborations with Patrick O’Brien, Mark Sadgrove, Antony Milton, Joel Stern etc)
- Nicola Morton (solo)
Nicola is an electronic music artist who uses DIY experimental processes in composition/performance. She holds a Bachelor of Music Technology from Queensland Conservatorium of Music. She has composed for gamelan and classical ensembles in Australia and Indonesia and has spent the last 7 years focusing on analog synthesizers and free improvisation touring throughout Europe, China and the USA with various performers, ensembles and groups. National Film and Sound Archive has collected her solo experimental electronic recordings released on Australian DIY labels: Breakdance the Dawn, Alberts Basement; and European labels Musica Dispersa and LF Records.
STRANGE strange folk by Ewan Finley of Sex Tourists and Aloha Units, with members of Negative Gears in support. 2017 cassette on Paradise Daily was a sleeper hit, savagely heartfelt and weirdly dry.
...and then, DAY TWO! Sat 10th of March - https://www.facebook.com/events/583168988691426/
Orion, Nasho, BB and the Blips, Display Homes, Negative Gears, SSRI
$10 on the door
Doors at 7.30 PM
Marrickville Golf Club
Wharf St Marrickville
Near Cooks River
If arriving by Public Transport:
Dulwich Hill train station (15 mins walk), Dulwich Hill light rail (15 mins walk). If arriving by bus, take the 423 and get off near Steel Park. Walk to the end of Wharf St, then follow the driveway through the gates leading to the club house.
We would like to acknowledge that this event is taking place on the stolen land of the the Gadigal people of the Eora nation. Sovereignty was never ceded.
ORGANISED SPORTS /// DAY ONE