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PsyconFest vol.X at 107 Projects

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PsyconFest comes back for its 10th edition with a full venue take-over at 107 Projects, Redfern.

On Sat 13 April, you're in for a musical treat with an eclectic line-up across 3 stages:

Seen Herbivore, Othrship, Mia Petra, Madame RêveLulu Ilanda, GodriguezVery Fast Band, Balko and Zsa Zsa!

Doors from 5pm

Music from 6pm (5 hours)

Limited early bird tickets

Inner West based jazz(ish) group Seen Herbivore merge high energy, vitamin dense grooves with unfettered improvisations, sending listeners on a journey that is equal parts captivating and enriching.
Seen Herbivore is led by Adelaide born saxophonist Tom Andrews who pays homage to an eclectic array of influences in his compositions, from contemporary jazz artists Butcher Brown and corto.alto to legendary Afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti.

is an explosive reimagining of 70s experimental rock. Time-tunneling with sensational thrust power, Othrship's crew generates an astonishing Pan Galatic blast of experimental, psychedelic and progressive rock that keeps audiences traveling beyond the speed of light.

Mia Petra
is a songwriter and producer based in Muloobinba (Newcastle).
A serial genre blender, Mia draws inspiration from folk, jazz, soul, experimental and electronic music, resulting in listening environments that are both heart-hitting and deeply refreshing.

Madame Reve
is a Parisian, Sydney based DJ with a strong passion for spreading quality music.
Originally hailing from Paris, Madame Reve is well educated in both the French and Australian underground music scenes, with her finger firmly set on the pulse. Known for her rich and broad taste, Madame Reve floats from funk, jazz-house, disco-soul, to the melodic sounds of Mali, through the metro of Paris, and back to Sydney’s finest music makers.
Predominantly found spinning tunes in Sydney’s grooviest bars and the odd festival appearance, Madame Reve also hosts a regular program on renowned community radio station 89.7fm.

Lulu ilanda
is a diverse creative offering psych-folk-rock arrangements of her original songs with renowned Cariocan guitarist Victor Jesus. Together they utilize live effects, looping and flexible feel to swell ethereal harmonics, catchy songwriting and emotional, sometimes dark or humorous, lyrical sentiments.
Victor’s crystal blue eyes can frequently be seen twinkling from the stages of Sydney’s African music scene, and Lulu ilanda is most often recognised as front woman of art/rave/rock band Sonori, as well as for her most recent release ‘I Got You’, with First Nations rapper, Chill Cheney.
Jeff Buckley meets Daughter, Lulu ilanda and Victor Jesus combine vulnerability and technology to leave you soulfully satisfied.

Godriguez (solo)
, the guitarist and frontman of the critically acclaimed 5 piece GODTET, first stepped onto the international scene as the producer and creative force behind Sampa The Great's breakthrough release "The Great Mixtape", acting as musical director at festivals such as Splendour In The Grass and Laneway and played supports for Kendrick Lamar, Fat Freddy's Drop among others as well as solo sets including supporting Hiatus Kaiyote at Somerset House in London.

With Harley Coleman's VERY FAST BAND, you can expect their trademark ferocious and infectious energy to light the place up as they channel the raw power of the urban landscape, dazzling you with their virtuosic instrumental prowess.

From the city of Sydney, BALKO have been toiling away, playing live shows and recording music for 9 years, dabbling in an array of genres…flicking paint at the wall and seeing what sticks. Starting out as a psyche-punk 5 piece in 2015, they quickly fell in love with sonic experimentation within rock music. Whether it’s noise/metal influences on their 2020 E.P ‘DED’. Their mathy progressive/post-rock instrumentals on ‘Beauty Bot’ in 2023 or their love for improvisation on their latest release ‘Balkonization Live and Improvised’ (The last two having been released via PsyconFest Records) BALKO will continue to throw you colourful curve balls with no explanation.

is an Eora/Sydney-based alt-pop artist whose self-produced music ranges from hyperpop to alt-folk, and explores themes of love, care and identity.

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