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Big Scary


Fri 20 Sep 2013, 8:00pm

Where: The Darwin Railway Club, Somerville Gardens, Parap, Northern Territory

Restrictions: 18+


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Listed by: laurenEF

To bring their second album, Not Art sound to life, Tom Iansek and Jo Syme will be joined on stage by two additional players in what promises to be unlike any Big Scary shows seen before. To keep Brisbane fans up late, Big Scary will play at Brisbane Festival in a special late night show at The Spiegeltent.

Melbourne singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett will be joining Big Scary as national tour support.

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Here's what music press are saying about Not Art.

"Fucking Game Changer." - Whothehell

"Another smart, compelling listen. Watch this space." - Vogue

"Not Art is a compelling, complex and fascinating album to listen to. ...the duo has created a hauntingly beautiful album full of emotionally-charged harmonies and stunning instrumental melodies – a pure delight for anyone’s ears." - The Music Network

" excellent album by two excellent musicians." - Rip It Up

"Not Art, ironically but undoubtedly, very much is. Arm the accolades and be ready to fire them in Big Scary’s direction." - Tonedeaf

"Not Art is worth the wait. The duo – Tom Iansek and Jo Syme – have thrown everything they have to create 11 tracks’ worth of the oft-beautiful, considered and minimalist music that Vacation hinted towards." - Drum Media

"Any self-respecting Jeff Buckley fan will point to Grace as his masterpiece but the posthumously released Sketches For My Sweetheart the Drunk had some downright daring moves and plenty in common with Big Scary's second record, where they show solemn ambition to stretch themselves." - Hit