Camp Cope’s final show in Queensland as part of QAGOMA’s Up Late: Air evenings but with Kelly and touring guitarist Jen coming down with COVID-19, it’s Georgia Maq taking us back to how Camp Cope started, just her and her acoustic guitar, plus some additional help from a specially prepared Power Point presentation.
Ngaiire, Electric Fields, Bottlesmoker and May Lyn play the Asia Pacific Triennial 9 Summer Festival Up Late at the The Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane.
Gooch Palms and Cable Ties play an Up Late show at Brisbane’s Gallery of Modern Art.
Zola Jesus and Miss Blanks play an Up Late show at Queensland’s Gallery of Modern Art.
Lydia Lunch Retrovirus play an Up Late show at Queensland’s Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane.
Something sits heavy on my mind. I don’t want to mention it here and it’s hard to say. I’ll put it across to like this. A few days ago, a woman was murdered. Eurydice Dixon, 22. Not much more than a child. She was walking home through a Melbourne park. Aspired to be a comedian. […]
By Ben Snaath Tonight we’re at the first in a series of GOMA Up Late concerts for the “Curious Affection” show by Patricia Piccinini. (“Our” Patricia?). We’ve come to see Xylouris White and Amaya Laucirica. The cost is $20. On entry I get a mixed, slightly strained vibe. An art gallery transforming into a classy […]
The Up Late season for QAGOMA’s ‘Patricia Piccinini: Curious Affection’ exhibition starts with performances by Xylouris White and Amaya Laucirica.
No Zu play the final Up Late show of the ‘Marvel: Creating the Cinematic Universe’ exhibition at the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane.
NO ZU are a group which is difficult to pin down. Reaching into a rich history of dance music obscurity with magpie mentality they combine the deep cuts of disco-funk, no-wave, and worldbeat with their own inventive ideas. The result is something you can’t quite put your finger on but is instantly danceable. Live they […]