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Spirograph Studies album launch
- Date: Sunday, 22 September 2019, 6pm
- Venue: Eastmint — 25 Eastment Street, Melbourne, VIC
- Tickets: Adults: $20 + bf | Children: $20 + bf | Concession: $20 + bf — Tickets can be purchased online
Spirograph Studies launch their debut album, Kindness, Not Courtesy around Australia and New Zealand in 2019. The Melbourne launch feature performance by Gelareh Pour, Adam Simmonds, and Laneous (solo). Spirograph Studies have leapt onto the Australian music scene with their detailed, textural approach to playing improvised music. Post-rock, post-jazz and post-minimalism, they shamelessly steal sonic palettes from all areas to build their cinematic sound. This collaborative group features Luke Howard (piano), Fran Swinn (guitar) & James McLean (drums). This strong collection of music-makers each bring their unique voice to the stage as part a united front led by bassist Tamara Murphy.
Murphy was awarded the inaugural PBS Young Elder of Jazz Commission for the creation and presentation of a new work: Big Creatures & Little Creatures. She ran her group, Murphy’s Law, for 14 years and was also a member of the Keller-Murphy-Browne co-operative. She features on multiple releases and her albums have been nominated for The Age Genre Awards, AIR awards and The Bell Awards. Spirograph Studies have performed around Australia and at festivals including: Wangaratta Jazz Festival (their show was streamed live on Facebook via ABC Jazz), they were the closing night act of the 2016 Melbourne Women’s International Jazz Festival and the opening night of the 2017 Melbourne International Jazz Festival, supporting US guitarist Bill Frisell. This project has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council for the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body.
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