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Models

When:

Fri 1 Aug 2014, 8:00pm–11:00pm

Where: Flying Saucer Club, 4 St Georges Road, Elsternwick, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages Licensed

Ticket Information:

  • Reserved Seats: $45.00
  • General Admission: $35.00
  • General Admission At The Door: $38.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: leticia4

After two full house shows in 2012, Models are back to give us more of what we love right here at the Flying Saucer Club. Celebrating the musical adventurousness, sly humour and pioneering nature of the early Australian alternative music scene, it's a sound that is as fresh now as it was then. Get in early before tickets disappear! With special guests: Harry Howard & The NDE

Recently inducted into the ARIA Hall of Fame, Models first gained notoriety in the early 80’s with ground breaking mini album ‘Cut Lunch’ but it was their long player ‘The Pleasure Of Your Company’ featuring the hit ‘I Hear A Motion’ which cracked it commercially for the band and scored them the opening slot for David Bowie’s ‘Serious Moonlight’ Tour.

This year’s Models features Sean Kelly (vcls/gtr), Andrew Duffield (kybds/vcls), Mark Ferrie (bs/vcls) and Barton Price (dms). For hardcore Models fans these shows present an opportunity to experience the ultimate edgy pop arrangements and experimental synth stylings of their earlier releases with the big beat of their later chart topping hits.

The band dips into its repertoire to remind us that the 80s music scene in Australia was more about the excitement of expanding musical barriers and forging new styles than big hair and shoulder pads.

Triple J’s Music Director Richard Kingsmill put together a brilliant J File on the band which can be downloaded at JJJ.