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When:

Thu 16 Nov 2017, 8:30pm

Where: Venue 505, 280 Cleveland Street, Surry Hills, New South Wales

Restrictions: 18+

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  • General Admission: $20.00
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Traversing the full sound and energy spectrum from meditative elements to resounding gongs and explosive climaxes, Ta Go Lak contrast traditional folk instruments with full modern drumkits. Recent performances include concerts at Tasmania’s Museum of Old and New Art (MONA).

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Led by cellist, bassist and vocalist Mary Rapp, Napology combines brute strength, jazz virtuosity, rock emotion and noisy catharsis.

Drawing upon influences from D’Angelo’s Voodoo to Alas No Axis, Bill Frisell and Miles Davis, their live shows are known for intense sonic landscapes of the Radiohead ilk, the rhythmic bombast of Squarepusher or Caetano Veloso, and the harmonic depth and improvisational freedom of a Keith Jarrett concert.

Mary is a multidisciplinary musician who has gained wide acclaim for her distinctive approach integrating jazz, experimental, classical, and regional music traditions.

Her work as both performer and composer has been featured by Ensemble Offspring and the Australian Art Orchestra, and she has performed as part of the Sydney Festival, at the Sydney Opera House and internationally.

Mary Rapp (bass, vocals), Hannah Czaban (vocals), Finn Ryan (drums), Carl Dewhurst (guitar), Will Gilbert (trumpet), Simon Ferenci (trumpet) and Peter Farrar (alto saxophone).