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Megan Alice Clune (Eora / Syd) / Joe Talia / Zoltan Fecso

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Doors 6PM

Zoltan Fecso 6:30

Joe Talia 7:30

Megan Alice Clune 8:30

Megan Alice Clune is a musician, composer and artist based on Gadigal/Wangal country, Sydney, Australia. Her work explores the dynamic relationships between music, technology, the body and temporality through composition, performance and installation. She has performed, presented work and undertaken residencies across Australia, Asia, Europe and North America, including VividLIVE at the Sydney Opera House, 3331 Arts Chiyoda (Tokyo), Performa15 (NYC), Institute of Modern Art (Brisbane) and more.  Her 2021 album, ‘If You Do’, was released on Room 40 to critical acclaim. 

Born in Melbourne, Australia, Joe Talia is an improviser and composer who works with percussion, tape and electronics. Focussing on the use of Revox tape machine and analogue synthesizers in combination with instruments and field recordings, Talia’s electronic works patiently build up sparkling, detail-rich sound worlds of gliding tones, skittering percussion and burbling location atmospherics. In live situations, Talia often uses tape and effects to process and warp his own and others’ playing into uncanny chains of echoes and spectral smears of sound.

Zoltan Fecso is a composer and artist, whose work with sound is realised through musical and non-musical contexts, solo and ensemble recordings, public artworks and sound installations.

Zoltan's music can be found on Longform Editions (AU), Hush Hush Records (USA) The Slow Music Movement (PT), Shimmering Moods (NL) and Whitelab Records (UK). He has performed and presented work in festivals, venues and galleries in Australia and Europe, including the Melbourne Recital Centre, Jolt Sonic Arts Festival, Jan Herman Ridderbos Gallery in France and FestivALT in Poland.


Bar / Vegan Laksa $5 / Card facilities available


This event will be held on the stolen lands of the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to Elders past and present. Sovereignty was never ceded. ALWAYS WAS, ALWAYS WILL BE

ACCESSIBILITY Eastmint is accessible via wheelchair through the non main entrance, there is a small sliding door frame that needs to be negotiated. Please get in touch if you require this option. We regret we are unable to provide accessible toilet facilities at this time. Closest accessible toilets located at the Peacock Hotel 150m away. There are no windows that are openable in the space but we will open the double doors between sets for airflow. The space is quite cavernous with high ceilings and is an unrenovated warehouse so not tightly sealed. We do not have our own HEPA filter but try to source one for gigs when we can. Please contact if you require any other info

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