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ollo, Bad Thoughts, Worng


Thu 29 Mar 2012, 8:00pm

Where: FBi Social, 248 William Street, Kings Cross, New South Wales

Restrictions: 18+

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  • General Admission: $10.00 ea
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On March 29th ollo will indulge you in DJ sets of ultra rare coldwave, minimal synth, and German New Wave records as the entrée and dessert to a feast of live contemporary synth experimentation from ollo themselves. You'll also hear the Sydney debut of two Melbourne bands, Bad Thoughts and Worng.

ollo's new live lineup features Alex on vocals and keys, Lars on live visuals, Dale from The Herd on bass, Pere Chiara from Aerial Maps on drums and producer Sofie Loizou on keyboards. They will augment a new ollo hi-fi lo fi sound that celebrates its late '70s and early '80s influences without being weighed down by them.

ollo will be playing songs exclusively from their new album, songs that that tackle the conceptual, the whimsical and the deeply personal though a distinctly analogue filter that London's Rough Trade record shop calls "melodic electronic pop that hints at Trio, Die Doraus and Die Marinas or a stripped down DIY Kraftwerk".

Both the support bands are side projects of one of ollo's favourite bands, and surely one of Australia's most underrated acts, The Emergency.

Bad Thoughts swim through a tense and emotional sea of plaintive synths, with vocals from Milo and sometime Emergency member Daina Fanning.

Worng (pronounced 'wrong') writhes in an expansive bed of hissing bleeps and squelches through improvised journeys around Morgan's custom modular circuitry.

Not bloody bad for ten bucks, we reckon.