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Sat 16 Mar 2013, 8:00pm–11:00pm

Where: The Evelyn Hotel, 351 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy, Victoria

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • Presale: $10.00
  • Door: $15.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: info16

At the forefront of some of Melbourne's most exciting music in the live scene, Xenograft, Kettlespider and Bear the Mammoth, in conjunction with Anon Islet Records, proudly present their Split Release EP.

A band of accomplished musicians, Xenograft comfortably straddle the borders of math-rock, prog rock and space funk while effortlessly maintaining solid grooves throughout each track. Their live show is raw, energetic and leaves audiences stunned with their unparalleled ability to shift moods and time signatures flawlessly.

Xenograft has recently released their debut recording, Exit- a four-track EP that brings to the global prog rock music scene a new edginess with its gutsy and uncompromising composition. 

With the release of their debut album 'Avadante' in 2012, Kettlespider have catapulted themselves to the forefront of Melbourne’s progressive music scene, capturing global attention and receiving much critical acclaim. Drawing influence from a variety of genres, Kettlespider's overall sound provides a fresh take on 1970’s progressive rock, but with a modern post metal punch. Blessed with talent way beyond their years and unafraid to defy the status quo, Kettlespider are building their legion of loyal 'Kettleheads' each and every day, and are looking to exceed expectations yet again in 2013 with the release of their  second album, ‘Samsara’.

In 2012, Bear The Mammoth released their debut E.P “In Absence” Which was produced by Nao Anzai. It has attracted attention locally and from all over the globe. In Absence was reviewed by indie music reviewer ech(((o)))es & dust “It's powerful music live and even on the record, Bear the Mammoth’s songs have that feeling of living and breathing. What you get with ‘In Absence’ is just a taste of what this young band are writing and playing.”