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1 Perth electro trio Crooked
Colours hit Canberra on
Thursday, July 17 and showcase
their second EP In Your Bones.
Having supported Rufus earlier
this year, this headline tour is
making a name for their band
as they share their distinct,
hard-synth style. Check them
out at Transit Bar from 8pm.
Tickets are $10 plus booking
fees at www.moshtix.com.au
2 Check out a pedal-powered
screening of Simon Cunich's
Growing Change --a
into the food crisis of 2012, at
the Canberra Environment
Centre this week. Get cosy on
Wednesday, July 16 from 7pm
at the co-op with chai and
muffins and an open question
and answer session with
Gardening Australia's wild
man Costa Georgiadis.
Bookings essential via
3 South Australian singer
Menhennett left her job as a
winemaker and after a jaunt in
Europe found her new calling
as a performer. The 22-year-old
won the Telstra Road to
competition in 2011/12. Head
to The Front Gallery and Cafe
on Wednesday July 16 from
8pm to hear her intriguing
album Small Dream, recorded
in Nashville after she
performed at the 2012
Americana Music Festival.
4 Acclaimed songwriter and
guitarist Jeff Lang is used to
the nerves of releasing new
records, with a back catalogue
of 14 studio albums. Get along
to the Street Theatre to see
him live as he tours his latest EP
I Live a Lot in My Head These
Days. Saturday, July 19 from
8pm. Box office opens 11G2
5 Homegrown acoustic rock
band Second Sun will fill
Smiths Alternative Bookstore
with ethereal and melodic
energy. A project of Canberra
songwriter and musician
Aleshia Flanagan, the three-
piece has been expanding its
repertoire since its inception in
2009. The Smiths' Alternative
Bookshop Saturday, July 19
from 8pm. Tickets $10.
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NAKED BODIES: THE FRONT GALLERY AND CAFE -- SATURDAY, JULY 19
Naked Bodies' Brendan West (Bass), Cameron Potts (drums), Will CoyoteLopez (guitar) and former Little Red frontman and lead singer Quang Dinh.
Catch them at The Front Gallery and Cafe on Saturday, July 19 from 7.30pm.
Foursome brings new body of work
some blues, songs about
the devil, one about the
circus, one about not
doing your dishes''
Embracing life in a new skin, Naked
Bodies have given lead singer Quang
Dinh scope to exercise some unbridled
The independent Melbourne four-
piece has shed its former image as
Dinh's "new project" after his exit
from Little Red, and has built its own
stark reputation, charming fans with
their impulsive musical flair.
"After Little Red the shackles were
off," he said.
"It's liberating to be able to not
listen to other people's business advice
on your creativity. One of the good
things about Naked Bodies is that it's
schizophrenic. There are all different
songs and sound from different places
and we're not pinned to a genre."
Canberra fans can expect to be
teased as the band airs their new
material in a series of live shows
through July, before the record drops
in late September.
"We will be playing the whole
thing," he said.
"People that come down will get a
taste of where the new record is
Ride On, the first single, is only part
of the smorgasbord of flavours on offer
this time around.
"There's some ballads, some blues,
songs about the devil, one about the
circus, one about not doing your
dishes," he said.
The self-recorded album, crafted in
Dinh's East Brunswick bedroom and
drummer Cameron Potts' Fitzroy
warehouse, was the most DIY hands-
on work'' the group has created so far.
"They are kind of bedroom
recordings," he said.
"It's taken about a year. We threw a
lot of ideas at it and it took time to
learn how to use all the technology and
come up with fun and new sounds."
Fans have to wait to get their
hands on the new stuff mixed and
mastered by Nao Anzai, but can
catch Naked Bodies at The Front
Gallery and Cafe on Saturday, July
19, from 7.30pm. Tickets $10.
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