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Intense Nest w/ Tim Coster, Steam Vent and Megan Alice Clune

  • Inner-west warehouse TBA Sydney, NSW, 2000 (map)

Intense Nest has sporadically hosted events over the last 12 years curating nights of loosely experimental sounds that might be abstracted, weird, improvised, deconstructed, uneasy or maybe just a little too easy and loose.

Now Intense Nest is back for a special show hosting three musicians making music on the more ambient end of the spectrum- Tim Coster, Steam Vent and Megan Clune.

~Tim Coster~
Tim Coster, from Auckland, now currently living in Melbourne, performs textural keyboard music. Tim has a diverse and extensive catalogue of solo releases dating back to 2004 on labels like Room 40, Where To Now?, and Alberts Basement.

~Steam Vent~
Steam Vent is a solo project of Sydney based artist and musician Del Lumanta with recent releases ‘*Swells’ (Longform Editions, 2018) and ‘Take It Easy’ LP (Chemical Imbalance, 2019). Using repetitive loops layered with numerous improvised melodies, Steam Vent’s songs collage slow guitar meditations both fragile and atmospheric that transport listeners through lucid dream like states.

~Megan Alice Clune~
Megan Alice Clune shifts between musician, composer and artist. Primarily, her work consists of a dissection of musical elements and contexts through verbal or text-based scores, sound installation and collaboration. Megan has presented work and undertaken residencies across Australia, Europe and North America, including the Bang on a Can Summer Music Festival (MA), Underbelly Arts, Next Wave Festival, Performa 15 (NYC) and Vivid Live at the Sydney Opera House.

Inner-west venue to be announced to ticket holders on the day.
The venue is up a few flights of stairs, so those with limited mobility may need to keep this in mind- we will do what we can to help, please get in touch in advance.
$10 concession/ $15 non-concession
Presale tickets here:
No one turned away due to lack of funds.
Intense Nest acknowledges that this event takes place on stolen land belonging to the Gadigal peoples of the Eora nation. We pay respects to elders past, present and emerging and acknowledge this always was, and always will be Aboriginal Land.


Earlier Event: June 14
Marginal Consort
Later Event: June 16
The Pen Club (album launch)