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Ov Pain, Night Tongue, V, Infraghosts

When:

Where: The Tote Hotel, 71 Johnston Street, Collingwood, Victoria

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • Cost: $10.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: nighttonguemusic

Night Tongue are a transgressive darkwave duo from Australia, based out of Los Angeles. They're headed to tour Australia this December for the very first time. Come down for a night of earth shattering ecstasy as they share the evening with Ov Pain, V and Infraghosts.

(This is Carisa's—Night Tongue—first time back home in Melbourne in 7 years! Come party!)

Ov Pain 9:10–9:40
Night Tongue 8:10–8:50
V 7:20–7:50
Infraghosts 6:30–7

Night Tongue
Night Tongue are a transgressive darkwave duo from Australia, based out of Los Angeles. The duo, featuring Carisa Bianca Mellado and Andrew Dalziell, create a dark mythic world of romance, sex, death, horror and ecstasy. Spun from tales of love, tragedy and transgression, Night Tongue build romantic soundscapes of beautiful violence.

Night Tongue released a 10” EP earlier this year 'Achelous + Melpomene,' which is currently available to buy and stream. The band toured Achelous + Melpomene through Europe this year and they now hit Australia.

Ov Pain
Comprised of partners Renee Barrance (Élan Vital) and Tim Player (Opposite Sex), Ov Pain lay waste to that imbecilic notion that new possibilities within rock and roll are destined to be staid bloated rituals engineered in pursuit of a cheap buck or a quick fu*ck.

V
Former Berlin-based singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist V plays a hypnotising reverb-drenched explosion of darkwave, synthwave music influenced by goth, punk and wave.

Rough Trade:
"…Soft Cellian rumbles in the fog, with the vocals emerging from a mystique constructed out of eroded body parts from the fertile ground of early 80s year zero times."

Infraghosts
InfraGhosts is the audiovisual project of Melbourne trans new media artist Laura Davis. Her work combines new-wave inspired synthpop, dance-heavy drum machines and stirring vocals with live glitch aesthetic video art. 80's synth hardware meet with a modern alternative dance dynamic for a sound that blends Depeche Mode with Hot Chip.

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