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5 Lands Experience Feat. Vanishing Shapes

When:

Sun 24 Apr 2016, 6:00pm

Where: The Rhythm Hut, 135 Faunce St, Gosford, Central Coast

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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The 5 Lands Experience is a free monthly, at The Rhythm Hut in Gosford, held on the last Sunday of each month. We begin each 5 Lands Experience with a free community drum circle, at 5pm all ages and levels welcome, drums and percussion provided.

Having run for over 8 years, the 5 Lands Band is a well-known and popular Central Coast establishment. Named after originally forming to perform at the famous 5 Lands Walk in Terrigal, the ever changing line up of The 5 Lands Band, lead by Rendra Freestone, brings together some of the top musicians from the Central Coast, Sydney and Newcastle. The band doesn’t practice, nor write music together, but rather create improvised jams, based on funk, jazz, folk and groove. Well known for getting the dance floor pumping, the 5 Lands Band kick off music at 6.30pm.
This month’s feature artist is Vanishing Shapes.

Taking influence from Klezmer, Celtic and Andean musical traditions and meshed with modern art music and progressive rock practices Vanishing Shapes are bringing their unique and eclectic style of folk music to Gosford. Live performances feature their narrative driven pieces that bounce between being playful, harrowing and ethereal producing moments for dancing, internal reflection and escaping to other dimensions.

Vanishing Shapes will be on tour during April and May in celebration of the release of Tiny Planets, their most recent recording, which will be available at gigs and on Bandcamp early April.
A little about our new EP: Tiny Planets is a concept EP based on the dark origin story of our modern Australia, and echo’s the similarly shared history of many parts of the westernised world, exploring invasion of foreign lands and subjugation of traditional land owners.

The EP presents the story of a fictional planet in which the people reject their leader who is then ejected in a driverless spacecraft. Community and peace return to the planet whilst the fallen leader contemplates an eternity of drifting through space. After the ship becomes dead in the orbit of another planet a plan to force a crash landing is hatched. Learning nothing, the ex-leader carries out an invasion with the aid of faithful supporters, once again imposing systems to oppress.