Here it is again! Being one of Australia’s leading multi-platform music and entertainment show, Speaker TV, along with Beat Magazine, are pleased to announce the fourth instalment of our latest monthly music and arts event Citizens of The Streets, landing on Thursday the 24th of September.
Aiming to promote up-and-coming Australian artists in an original ethos, each night will be held at the Shadow Electric in Melbourne’s iconic Abbotsford Convent and will home opportunities to connect between university crowds, music lovers and of course, the artists involved.
We’re winding down this month, and exploring the roots of story-telling, powerful folk music – spiking that cocktail with a little bit of blues. Right? It’s almost Spring, so let’s get light and happy.
Headlining the night is the serene Gena Rose Bruce, making her way across the Australian music scene, playing dynamic live shows and taking over Triple J. Dom Alessio describing her music a ‘love song from the shadows of a whiskey bar’ – so fall in love, Melbourne.
Joining Gena Rose Bruce will be elusive Edward R, who’s soul-gripping vocals will have you thinking of all ex-lovers past, present and future. Prepare to be impressed with this acts ability to command the room.
Next up is little Demi Louise, the X-factor starlet turned acoustic dream.
Then rounding out the night will be hometown favourite, Sinead Beth, who’s there to sooth all those wounds Winter has caused you.
The night will also be showcasing a range of mixed media exhibitions, including music photography and art installations by photographers Rochelle Flack, and the renowned Mikki Gomez (be sure not to miss out on what Gomez will dish up).
Artwork showcased by the lovely Ali E
Shadow Electric Bandroom – Abbotsford, Vic
Thursday, 24th of September
Doors 7pm – 11.00pm
Gena Rose Bruce
Photography by Mikki Gomez & Rochelle Flack.
Art installation by Ali E
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