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Psychic Hysteria Presents...


Sat 17 Mar 2018, 7:30pm–11:00pm

Where: Brunswick Mechanics Institute, 270 Sydney Road Brunswick VIC 3056, Brunswick, Victoria

Restrictions: 18+

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  • Full: $28.33 ($25.00 + $3.33 fees)
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  • Group: $24.53 ($21.25 + $3.28 fees)
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With Wet Lips, Fair Maiden, Plaster of Paris and DJ Annaliese Replica.

Psychic Hysteria has handpicked a selection of three of their favourite bands for a special one-off night of epic proportions. Headlining is three-piece punk powerhouse Wet Lips, who have been ripping up stages and breaking hearts since 2012. They are joined by the haunting harmonies and killer hooks of folk-psych-pop quartet Fair Maiden, and to round it out, Melbourne’s favourite Goth-Riot-Grrl shredders Plaster of Paris will bring rolling guitar licks, danceable post-punk rhythms and vocals. A collective of Psychic Hysteria artists will be illuminating matters with spectacular live projections created especially for the night. Tunes between bands will come courtesy of Triple R presenter DJ Annaliese Replica (Neon Sunset).

"Despite 13 releases in just over two years, Kurt Eckardt still feels as though his label Psychic Hysteria is still just getting started. What initially began as an avenue for Eckardt to self-release, has expanded into a community of music and zine makers that champions, above all, a sense of autonomy and a DIY ethos." - Holly Pereira, Beat Magazine

Doors: 7.30pm
DJ Annaliese Replica: 7.30 – 8.30pm
Plaster of Paris: 8.30 - 9pm
Fair Maiden: 9.20 - 10pm
Wet Lips: 10.20 - 11pm