Lucy Cliche, Assad, IO and Time for Dreams

Tickets $10 on the door. Doors 8.00pm

Unique evening of dark ambient techno / dream scape sounds meets the Gasometer!

LUCY CLICHE: Sydney ex pat now based in Melbourne Lucy Claire has been championing dark-wave abstract musical ideas for well over a decade. Coming from her former duo come band Naked on The Vague, her recent solo guise continues her dark interests within a delayed vortex of ambient electronic beats and synth work that makes Brad Fidel's work on the original Terminator seem weak and ill prepared by comparison.

ASSAD: The recent moniker for Ben Andrews (MY DISCO) that explores the sonic relationship between middle eastern inspired chants and prayers, and the more visceral elements of dark experimental techno. Currently residing in Jakarta, Indonesia, ASSAD plays a rare Melbourne show, previewing his recent explorations in the sounds if Islam & South East Asia.

IO: Ex Kiwi dream scape duo IO are about to drop their debut full length on their new Melbourne home town audience, and with a string of headline and festival slots up and coming, this is a rare club show for the guys.

TIME FOR DREAMS: All star duo featuring Amanda Roff (Harmony) and Tom Carlyon (Standish / Carlyon, the Devastations) buzz band of 2015 winter for sure. Dreamy pop, layered vocals and Carlyon's signature guitar hooks make TFD an exciting extension of this already talent filled show!