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Fri 28 Feb 2020, 7:30pm

Where: Earl Arts Centre, 10 Earl St, Launceston, Launceston & Northern

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $40.00
  • Additional fees may apply


After premiering to a packed Odeon Theatre at Dark MOFO 2019, electronic art-pop artist Costume (aka Adam Ouston) is coming to Launceston to play at the Earl Arts Centre in February.

Costume's rich, genre-bending debut album 'Pan' was recorded in Icaland at the fabled Greenhouse Studios (Bjork, The xx, Anohni, Kanye West), and the stunning first video 'Horns' was shot around the island by Canadian filmmaker Blair Alexander (Damien Rice, Talos).

The following two videos 'Running Boy' and 'Bang Bang' were shot by veteran cinematographer Sandi Sissel (Michael Jackson's 'Black or White', The People Under the Stairs).

Since the release of 'Pan' in May 2019, and the much-lauded premiere Dark MOFO Performance, Costume's blend of electronic art-pop, theatrics and design has set audiences alight and garnered rave reviews:

"A haunting...mix of Darryl Hannah in Blade Runner, Klaus Nomi and Marilyn Manson." - The Monthly

Joining Costume is the insanely gifted Parker, Tash Parker.

Tash Parker is a visual artist, songwriter and musician from Tasmania. Currently involved in three Australian based music projects; art-pop electronic act Parker in collaboration with Hans Van Vliet and Becki Whitton, folk pop group Runaway Belles with Emma Anglesey and A cappella group Ladychoir.

Born in Western Australia and raised on a tropical fruit farm in the North East Kimberley Tash found her first break supporting Australian music legends Wendy Matthews, James Blundell, Kate Cebrano and The Waifs. She farewelled the Wild North-West and has now settled in Launceston Tasmania as a full time practicing musician and visual artist.

Tash co-produced her debut album, Indi-folk gem ‘Waking Up’ (2010) with J.Walker (Machine Translations), Wally De Backer (Gotye) and Nick Huggins (Two Bright Lakes). She holds a degree in Fine Arts (video and installation) from RMIT University and was recently selected as a finalist in the 2020 Women's Art Prize, Tasmania.

Her music video for Can’t Keep Waiting, co-directed with Jaymis Loveday has won awards for best music video at New York Film Awards, Los Angeles Film Awards and Top Shorts. It also won Best Concept at Clipped Music Video Awards and was selected for Music Video of the Year at the Austria International Film Festival and Bucharest Film Festival. It has also been nominated for an award at the Melbourne Short Film Festival.