Two Bright Lakes Blog

SPEED PAINTERS live to air on RRR’s Against the Arctic tonight! by blak3b5

Sadly Declan Kelly’s excellent RRR program Against the Arctic is coming to an end after five amazing and educational years.  But tonight you can hear some of Melbourne’s great electronic acts playing live in the RRR performance space from 8pm (no more tickets left sadly) and broadcast on RRR to celebrate the last five years.

Two Bright Lakes’ own Speed Painters will be joined by Qua and Galapagoose and The City Rises crew doing the warm up /down sets.  Tune in to 102.7fm in Melbourne or online from 8pm – 10pm…



SPEED PAINTERS at Workers Club Sunday arvo by blak3b5

Speed Painters supporting Romy with Super Melody, Polygon Palace and Megastick Fanfare w/ DJ Dan Block – starts 4pm, get on down…

Check out Speed Painters new track here

From the Workers Club blog:

“The Worker’s Club knows that summer is a magical time. It’s a time for laughing, for togetherness, for getting sloshed and seeing bands. They know that a good summer is all killer and no filler, and so over five consecutive Sundays they’re hosting The Summer Series, a collection of magical days to make sure that your summer is non-stop hits. The line-ups are ace and the headliners are heroes; Slug Guts, Romy, Beaches, The Ancients and all their mates want you and all of yours to attend with frosty pints clutches in your sweaty hands and a dazed, summery smile plastered over your face.

Synthetic anthemist Romy plays 28th of November. It’s a futurist vision of utopian summers, shimmering lamé and a sophisticated, efficient romances dancing in orbit. She plays with Polygon Palace, glittering harbingers of starlit dancefloor stompers, and Super Melody, ultrasmooth synthetic funkmasters with hip-swaying grooves. Sydney siders Megastick Fanfare drop by with their unique dance pop. And finally is Speed Painters, a warm sugary sway of relaxed afternoon electronica.

DJ Dan Block will be spinning sweet, sweet tunes between sets, so get down, have a drink and relax-ah!”