NEAR MYTH - SUPPORT FROM JEFFERS LIMIT & BRAILLE FACE

Tickets $10 on door. Doors 7.30pm.

In just their third show, Near Myth bring their reductive-synth-indie to The Gasometer on Thursday June 2nd. After winning their own recording studio in a magazine competition, the Melbourne four-piece spent lost years recording, rejecting and redirecting their sound in a small bleak room above a train station. Now in 2016, in response to cabin fever, retrenchment, dry mouth, and their bassist being a Doctor of Social Theory and Cultural Studies specialising in the German Democratic Republic, Near Myth will preview songs from their forthcoming as-yet-untitled debut of music you can dance to in the shadow of extinct territories - self-produced, mastered by Mikey Young, out 2016.

Near Myth will be joined by sweet psych-pop monsters-in-waiting, Jeffers Limit, who recently launched their debut EP to a sold out Workers Club, and electronic mystery man, Braille Face, who single-handedly caused the co-founders of local label Spirit Level - aka Tim Shiel and Gotye - to relaunch their dormant imprint in order to release his debut single “Glow”.