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Thursday 21st February

Live on the
Golden Stage

Angus Dawson
Angus Dawson
'Camouflage' EP Tour

Angus Dawson is already making a name for himself as a master of intricate and emotional indie electronica. His new four-track EP Camouflage is a collection of some of his best work in six years. Some of it has stemmed from his earliest writing, highlighting his artistic development and knack for unique soundscapes and thoughtful songwriting.

His latest single ‘What We’ve Done’ (feat. Bri Clark) dropped a few months ago with a radio premiere on triple j’s Home and Hosed, and online with an Unearthed feature and entry into the Australian Viral 50 charts on Spotify. The brooding track opens with glossy synth lines and deep, smoky vocals — typical of Dawson's talent for silky, seamless production. After recently supporting Broods, as well as, Emma Louise, Vera Blue and Japanese Wallpaper, he's more than ready to take Camouflage to the eastern states.

Doors open at 4pm, performance starts at 9pm sharp
Drink Special
From 8:30pm, enjoy Surry Hills Pils for $6 ea or 4 for $20 courtesy of our mates at Sydney Brewery
How Much
Free entry, all events 18+

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