Filed under: BANOFFEE, BATRIDER, Blake Byron Smith, COLLARBONES, DJS BLAKE & TIG, DREAM KIT, FOX + SUI, GALAPAGOOSE, Hazel Brown, HELLO SATELLITES, KID SAM, KIERAN RYAN, NICK HUGGINS, OSCAR + MARTIN, OSCAR KEY SUNG, OTOUTO, PSUCHE, RANDOM POSTS, SEAGULL, SPEED PAINTERS, THE HARPOONS, THE WAR DIARIES OF FRANK BROWN, Tig Huggins, TOUCH TYPIST, TWO BRIGHT LAKES DJS
After five years of blogging here, we are moving our middling words to our new website, courtesy of our friends PT Campbell and That Mob, who’ve collaborated with us to make a brand new website at our home of six years, www.twobrightlakes.com
Come visit us there and keep up with all the latest news about Two Bright Lakes people.
Thanks for listening,
Two Bright Lakes.
Filed under: TWO BRIGHT LAKES DJS | Tags: Chris Gill, Declan Kelly, Eliana Schoulal, MELBOURNE, Mohair Slim, NLNL, No Lights No Lycra, Ormond Hall, Simon Winkler, Two Bright Lakes, Two Bright Lakes DJs
In the late sixties, the “famous Ormond Hall” experienced a surge in popularity when it became home to one of Melbourne ’s most popular dance clubs, Opus. Opus was the place to be for the “teen and twenties” set, and provided patrons with live music, Opusdancers, and a coffee lounge with television screens every Saturday and Sunday night.
Saturday March 23
Filed under: OSCAR + MARTIN, OSCAR KEY SUNG, TWO BRIGHT LAKES DJS | Tags: ACCA, AUSTRALIAN CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART, OSCAR KEY SUNG, Oscar Slorach Thorne, Two Bright Lakes DJs
The ACCA Art Bar is back, bigger, brighter and better than ever.
We’re teaming up with ACCA to bring you sensational artists as part of their Art Bar series throughout 2013.
Join us on Friday 1 March, as we kick off our first ACCA Art Bar of the year.
Oscar Key Sung (of renowned Melbourne duo Oscar + Martin) will draw you in with his rich vocals, deep bass and honest words. Think soulful melodies over tape loops and beats. The result is nothing short of luscious, and with an album on the cards in 2013 catch him first, live at ACCA.
Oscar will be followed by long time music lovers and collectors, Two Bright Lakes DJs, who will finish off the ACCA Art Bar with diverse, danceworthy selections.
ACCA’s current exhibition Desire Lines will stay open until 7.30pm for an exclusive, extended viewing before it closes on 3 March.
Embrace the end of the week at the ACCA Art Bar.
FRIDAY 1 MARCH 6pm – 10:30pm
Filed under: FOX + SUI, TWO BRIGHT LAKES DJS | Tags: Andras Fox, Axolotl, Finder Keepers Market, melbourne music week, Moon NIghtclub, Soldier Sailor, Summer Storm, Taboo, Taboo EP, Two Bright Lakes
– Fox+Sui play Moon Nightclub for Wunce Mag –
Very happy to say that Fox + Sui‘s debut EP Taboo is in all good record stores today on CD, for download and through the Two Bright Lakes store. It’s been a long time in the works, but it is worth the wait, as you’ll know from hearing the single Summer Storm.
Speaking of good record stores, Polyester are playing host to a live performance from Fox + Sui at 6pm today in their Melbourne city store. And there are a few more gigs coming up as well, including a launch on November 3rd at Soldier Sailor with Two Bright Lakes DJs, DJ Andras Fox and special guests to be announced.
October 12th – Polyester Records, City, 288 Flinders Lane, Melbourne – Instore performance 6pm
October 18th – Ding Dong Lounge, Melbourne, VIC – Supporting Axolotl
October 20th – Finders Keepers Market, Melbourne, VIC
November 3rd – Solder Sailor, Fitzroy, VIC – Taboo EP Launch – w/ Two Bright Lakes DJs, DJ Andras Fox and special guests to be announced
November 24th – Melbourne Music Week Market at Federation Square, Melbourne VIC
Filed under: Blake Byron Smith, DJS BLAKE & TIG, FOX + SUI, SPEED PAINTERS, TWO BRIGHT LAKES DJS | Tags: Client Liason, Melbourne Festival, Place of Assembly, Schoolhouse Studios
Over the last 2 years, Schoolhouse Studios in Abbotsford has been the workplace of over 75 artists working across a wide range of disciplines. With the demolition of the site planned for the end of 2012, resulting in the displacement of the tenants, founders Elizabeth Barnett & Alice Glenn, in conjunction with Melbourne International Arts Festival, are curating a two-week, site-wide exhibition. To find out more about the artists involved, go to the Place of Assembly website.
Playing at the opening night, Wednesday October 10th, from 8pm, are Fox + Sui, Speed Painters, Client Liason and Two Bright Lakes DJs. It’s free and you won’t regret coming and celebrating one of the most vibrant artistic communities in Melbourne, before it’s gone…
Co-curator Alice Glenn and Blake Byron-Smith from Two Bright Lakes will be on RRR tonight on Set It Out from 5:30pm talking about the exhibition and opening night.
Place of Assembly opening night
Wednesday 10th October
Doors open: 8pm (Entry is free!)
8pm: Client Liason
9pm: Fox + Sui
10pm: Speed Painters
10:40 – close: Two Bright Lakes DJs
Schoolhouse Studios, 97 Nicholson St Abbotsford (Between Langridge and Gipps Sts)
Fox + Sui’s Summer Storm
Client Liason’s End of the Earth
Speed Painters’ Drifter