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80 Commonwealth Street
Surry Hills, Sydney

Saturday 23rd February

Live on the
Golden Stage

Greenwave Beth
Greenwave Beth
with Tuffence Meringue

One half of well-loved Sydney band Flowertruck, Greenwave Beth is the Sydney-based electro-pop duo of Charles Rushforth and Will Blackburn. Their music captures what frontman Charles calls “a dance of agony”: that space where we move to the rhythm of our own anxieties and desires.

Their debut EP People in Agony was written in the attic of a teacher's college-turned-share house Rushforth once resided in on King Street, Newtown. "We broke into the attic one day and set up a practice space without the landlord's knowledge. It had a really low roof, so I had to crawl around on my knees to set the gear up. I was the only one home a lot of the time, so by day I'd read, and by night I'd go up to the attic and write," Rushforth says.

Combining the restrictive and industrial sounds of midi-sequenced drum and bass with free form songwriting, People in Agony is a coming-of-age story that's anxious and electrifying at the same time.

When
Doors open at 2:30pm, performance starts at 10pm sharp
Drink Special
From 9:30pm, 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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Upcoming Shows

Thursday 21st February
Angus Dawson
'Camouflage' EP Tour
Angus Dawson is already making a name for himself as a master of intricate indie electronica. His latest EP is a collection of some of his best work in six years — full of unique soundscapes and thoughtful song writing.
Friday 22nd February
Mansionair
Reflections VI
Make sure to RSVP to see indie electronic trio Mansionair preview their upcoming debut album for Reflections — our monthly live music series presented with the City of Sydney.
Thursday 28th February
Neighbours
with Loose Fit
Neighbours are an effervescent four-piece out of Sydney’s Inner West dubbed as “one of the best punk debuts of 2018” with a serpentine sound that zig-zags from serious to comic and from naive to fierce.
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