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80 Commonwealth Street
Surry Hills, Sydney

Saturday 29th December

Live on the
Golden Stage

Moon Brain
Moon Brain

After touring the country for three years as the frontman for indie stalwarts Nantes, David Rogers returns with his new project Moon Brain and a brilliant series of releases in tow. Following the acclaimed reception of Nantes' two EPs and debut album, Rogers began work on Moon Brain — writing and recording with Simon Todkill at Sydney’s 301 Studios.

Taking on multiple roles as songwriter and co-producer, tracking all vocals and playing most of the instruments on all seven tracks, Rogers' released his anthemic first single 'Pliskin' in August 2017. It was quickly followed by a self-titled mini album — complete with soaring guitars hooks and waves of analogue synthesiser — once again displaying his appetite for creating songs rich with dynamics and finely-crafted layers of sound.

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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Saturday 31st August
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