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Saturday Special Guest Performer - James Pedan


Sat 24 Oct 2020, 8:00pm–9:30pm

Where: Virtual Location, Online, Virtual

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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Listed by: Meggnelson

James Peden, AKA JP, will delight you with his electronic pop, lift you with his energy and draw you into his world this Saturday night!

JP, has been part of the Melbourne music fabric for years having relocated from his original home of Auckland, New Zealand. His music is steeped in mid-era synthesisers, taking inspiration from the ’80s – a time where the likes of Kraftwerk, New Order, Depeche Mode and Pet Shop Boys were blazing a trail for electronic incorporation in mainstream music.

JP has just released his new album, Instrumental Sessions, a record that stands tall as a transcendent exploration through the outer spheres of the music spectrum. ‘Existence’ is the LP’s most notable track – one that embodies the overarching ’80s-synth theme on Instrumental Sessions. From start to finish, the track befits a helter-skelter video game soundtrack that reaffirms the validity of our very existence. In a time where society has never been more turbulent, reassurance has never been more important.

‘Be’ is another standout track on the album. Like a blossoming flower, the song gradually opens up into a full-throttle EDM explosion as JP pleads to a significant other to stand by him. By the four-minute mark, the song reaches a climax – taking listeners on a groove odyssey that lights up the dancefloor.

JP finds a more settled rhythm on album closer, ‘Midnight Drive’, as he drives us towards the journey’s closure. It’s a track that starts slowly before finding a futuristic slipstream that catapults us off into the abyss.