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    THE GLOOMING w/ Diaspora The Explorer, Locust Revival, Ancient Channels & Edith Thomas Furey

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    Step into the shadows and embrace the night at The GLOOMING - An Evening of Dark Sounds. 

    What began as a humble collaboration between like minded spirits has blossomed into an annual ode to the ethereal, the eerie, and the DIY ethos.

    Alternative events agency Basket of Hammers and independent record label 4000 Records proudly present four captivating acts hailing from the depths of southeast Queensland.

    Join us for an evening of introspection, exploration, and sonic enchantment as we embrace the darkness and celebrate the power of independent music to transport us to otherworldly realms.

    1830 - doors
    1900 - Edith Thomas Furey
    1945 - Ancient Channels
    2030 - Diaspora The Explorer
    2115 - Locust Revival


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    Hauntingly beautiful,dark doom gaze. Diaspora The Explorer’s brooding, ethereal melodies explore the darker side of human existence,tackling themes of cultural displacement, belonging and adaptation.

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    Ancient Channels are a Meanjin based dream punk five piece consisting of Kelly Hanlon (vox/guitars), Bec Martin (guitars/vox), Lloyd Martin (guitars), Talia Bond (drums) and Cameron Martin (bass).

    Existing in a space cross pollinated by ideas of post-punk, shoegaze, dark wave, dream pop and hypnotic rhythm, Ancient Channels want to channel your inner dance spirit.

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    Locust Revival is a Post-Goth-Punk-Gaze 3 piece that was conceived in the dank sub-tropical sweat of Brisbane. The EP ‘Your Delusions Are Not Mine’ landed in Cvlt Nations best Post-Punk albums of 2022 list stating “This album makes me want to dance underground with creatures of the night, which is exactly what I want from a darkwave/post-punk record”. Since then Locust Revival released their album 'good grief’ with the title track landing in 4zzz’s Hot 100. The band continue to expand and push the boundaries of their sound beyond the normal realms of dark post-punk music.

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    Working in the tradition of the great one-man bands, from Benny Dougal to Vic Ellis via the haughty pluck of "Soft" Willy Deagon, Edith Thomas Furey works by combining a variety of sounds generated from acoustic, "real", instruments.

    At the same time as Furey works in this most traditional of aural forms, the artist goes further, adding electrically generated, "synthetic", sounds to his "compositions", thereby contributing to the emergence of vibrations that some have described as "music".

    A real "stayer" on the Brisbane music scene, Furey has "played" to literally dozens of people at over several venues during the course of between 10 and perhaps even 11 years. At once passionate and plagued by colic, Furey looks forward to another glorious decade, renowned as the type of artist that at least one person has described as a unique combination.

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