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TRIFFID BEATS: Grand Pavilion, The Phoncurves, Golden Vessell, and Vinnie Laduce

June 13, 2015 @ 7:30 pm

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***Our Beer Garden is open for food and drinks from 12noon. You can validate your ticket at the box office from 6pm, and doors to the live music room open at 7:30pm.***

Grand Pavilion

Grand Pavilion is a production duo who make transformative electronic music combining layered samples and rhythms with a blend of real and electronic instruments. With knife-sharp beats, hazy synth work and soaring vocal work, the pair are offering a unique take on the current electronic music boom in Australia. Taking influence from bands such as Bonobo, Odesza and Lapalux, the duo thrive on developing immersive electronic music, and have designed a visual show to accompany their live performance.

Originating in Brisbane Australia, this electronic collective have garnered a subtle following from blogs and music fans overseas, despite having only released two singles, their first, Weightless, already receiving Triple J airtime and radio airplay in the UK. With their efforts spent experimenting with new production techniques, Grand Pavilion have also taken on a number of remixes with transformative results, notably Sumie’s track Never Wanted To Be (released with Bella Union), Cub Sport and Katie Noonan.

In 2014, Grand Pavilion travelled to London and Europe where they collected ‘found sound’ and visual clips to incorporate into their music and accompanying live visuals. It saw them recording in places like the Bruge Bell Tower and Teufelsberg in Berlin; these experiences helped to formulate their upcoming debut, Foreign Escapes, set for release later this year.

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The Phoncurves

Brisbane two-piece The Phoncurves are getting quite the name for themselves. After supporting some
of the country‚Äôs biggest acts‚Äîincluding Josh Pyke, Thelma Plum, Patrick James, ASTA, and Paper Kites‚Äîthe band released their second EP, Heartstrings, late last year. Heartstrings had an amazing response, garnering glowing reviews, Triple J spins, and Richard Kingsmill calling it ‘really clever stuff’.

The girls recorded the Heartstrings EP themselves and tipped standard recording practice on its
head by recording vocals first and drums and bass last. This allowed them to use harmonies as an instrument themselves and build the song in layers from vocals up, creating a sound that is uniquely Phoncurves.

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Golden Vessell

Seventeen-year-old producer from Brisbane making chilled electronic music.

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Vinnie Laduce

Filmmaker, male model, and creator of nasty music for the bedroom and d-floor!

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June 13, 2015 @ 7:30 pm

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***Our Beer Garden is open for food and drinks from 12noon. You can validate your ticket at the box office from 6pm, and doors to the live music room open at 7:30pm.***