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FUTURE FOLK AT FACTORY THEATRE

Start
January 6, 2017 7:00 pm
End
January 6, 2017 11:30 pm
Address
105 Victoria Road, Marrickville, New South Wales, Australia   View map
Phone:
0417669980

$20.00

Dance, celebrate, connect, regenerate!

An evening dedicated to celebrating the innovative, new and weird folks of the alternative scene. Immerse yourself in the offerings of these incredible artists from the realms of dub, world, electro, percussion and twisted folk. More than a concert, this is a full-tilt festive experience across two rooms and a courtyard filled with tasty treats.

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Dance, celebrate, connect, regenerate

Two rooms, full immersion.

An evening dedicated to celebrating the innovative, new and weird folks of the alternative scene. Immerse yourself in the offerings of these incredible artists from the realms of dub, world, electro, percussion and twisted folk. More than a concert, this is a full-tilt festive experience across two rooms and a courtyard filled with tasty treats.
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DUBMARINE :
Brisbane’s high-powered, high energy, dub, sub bass dance machine Dubmarine are making a rare appearance in Sydney for FUTURE FOLK, featuring their trademark bass-driven foundations, twin trombone blasts and thunderous synth explosions. Led by the vocal gymnastics of indigenous superstar and Darumbal man D-Kazman and the cosmic Billie Weston, Dubmarine have a mission: to produce the sound and fury of electronic music live, in all of its bass crunching, rhythm pounding, hip shaking, fiendish glory.

https://www.facebook.com/MellowDubmarine
VIDEO : https://youtu.be/1-J1xjEMYVk
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CIRCLE OF RHYTHM :
Circle of Rhythm is a collaboration between three of Australia’s most respected, virtuosic and unique percussionists; Greg Sheehan, Bobby Singh and Ben Walsh, known individually and collectively through their work in groups such as Taikoz, The Bird, Utungan Percussion, Skin, Pablo Percusso, Dha and many more. Expect a powerhouse of razor-sharp, precision beats: from the high energy, fast-paced drumming styles of Japan and Polynesia, to the ethereal and spiritually uplifting sounds of India, this ensemble boasts a full spectrum of styles and instrumentation that will leave you breathless.

http://topshelf.com.au/circle-of-rhythm/
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MATIU TE HUKI (NZ) :
From mesmerising sets at Spendour in the Grass and Falls Festival, Maori musician Matiu “The Hook” Te Huki is known for his ability to powerfully connect with and lift a crowd with his magnetic stage presence, politically and emotionally uplifting songs, and his amazing energy and vocal skills. He was the founding member of the NZ roots band Homefire Burning and has performed alongside Fat Freddy’s Drop, Rhombus and Pitch Black.

https://www.facebook.com/Matiu-Te-Huki-Musician-545491682140608/
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NEW VENUSIANS
Seven-piece, indie soul, inner west locals, combinine lush harmonies, dirty guitars, cosmic synths and tough drums with the defiance of classic R’n’B and the swagger of future soul. Lead vocalists soar effortlessly above thick synth-driven grooves, blending acoustic and electronic sounds. Stand back and break a sweat.

https://www.facebook.com/wearethenewvenusians/
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DEEPCHILD (DJ set) :
From seductive, stripped-back techno injected with deep, dub-inflected excursions, Australian born, Berlin based Deepchild is a thoughtful and impossibly intelligent techno producer who’s electrifying performance will leave you spellbound.

https://www.facebook.com/deepchildmusic
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Tickets are extremely limited and early releases are bound to sell out quickly, so don’t delay – welcome to the future!

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