Davey Lane has just finished up recording his second album, the follow-up to 2014's critically received Atonally Young, which takes his brand of left-centre wonky pop music and throws it one step further into eccentricity or oblivion depending on who you talk to. In any case, he's looking forward to bringing his band, (featuring members of Dorsal Fins and Fraser A. Gorman's group) to the Gasometer for the first three Wednesdays of May to play some of these brand new songs. Hear them dip proverbial but not actual toes into all the different styles of music - psycho, pops, electrical and folksinging/dance - with added special guests. "There will be special guests. Very special guests. And surprises. I also have it on good authority that drinks will be available for purchase on the night", Davey says.
Gabriella Cohen is an enigmatic songstress who weaves pop melodies with honest lyricism to create a unique and infectious sound. After releasing singles, ‘I Don’t Feel So Alive’ and ‘Alien Anthem’ with support from national radio, she is proud to present her highly anticipated debut album, ‘Full Closure and No Details’. Released independently on the 4th March, 2016, the album has been quick to receive praise from Rolling Stone, NME and Triple J. Only recent to the Melbourne music scene, Cohen has quickly established herself as a brooding storm dressed in silk, gaining well-deserved attention as a BIGSOUND artist, Triple J Unearthed feature artist and supporting the likes of Albert Hammond Jr (USA), Marlon Williams, (NZ) and Melbourne's Oh Mercy.
Davey and Gabriella join forces for three Wednesdays 6th, 13th & 20th in April at The Gasometer with special guests!