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Closure in Moscow


Sat 30 Nov 2013, 8:00pm

Where: The Small Ballroom, 48 Watt Street, Newcastle CBD, Hunter Region

Restrictions: 18+

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  • General Admission: $18.40
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New World Artists, Team Trick and Kingdom Sounds Present: CLOSURE IN MOSCOW

Saturday 30th of November
The Small Ballroom
Doors 8pm, 18+

w/ All The Colours
+ Guests

Tickets available from Oztix
Closure In Moscow are currently putting the finishing touches on their sophomore album ‘Pink Lemonade’ and will be taking to the road to launch the first single The Church Of The Technochrist this November and December. Closure in Moscow will be joined by All the Colours and local guests.

‘Pink Lemonade’ is being produced by Tom Larkin in Melbourne, with Closure in Moscow offering incredible fan pre-order packs to go with their amazing music. You can pick up everything from a lizard costume to a Cadillac, ah yep, a goddamn CADILLAC!!!

Closure in Moscow recently popped into Music Feeds and debuted some of the new material live, with nothing but their instruments and a couple of cameras.

Don’t miss your opportunity to catch up close the sonic bliss that is the Closure In Moscow intimate live show, complete with dazzling new tunes. All the Australian tour dates are presented below.

Closure in Moscow will be supported by the engaging purveyors of progressive-vintage, All the Colours, and joined by local guests at each show. (*All The Colours not appearing on the Penrith show.)

About the Support Act - All the Colours

Self-proclaimed as progressive-vintage, Melbourne's ALL THE COLOURS are the best kind of oxymoron. Their sophisticated sound and sometimes-sinister ethos draws influence from musical and cultural icons Debussy, Hendrix, Camus and even Tarantino. Always presented immaculately in suits, bow-ties and pomaded hair, ALL THE COLOURS are notoriously engaging live: their clean cut aesthetic dissolving from well-behaved to wild at just the right moment.