87dB is a weekly celebration of left field music and performance. On Feb 28 87dB presents to unique acts hailing all the way from Armidale
Armidale is a city in the Northern Tablelands, New South Wales, Australia. As of June 2017, it has a population of 24,351. It is the administrative centre for the Northern Tablelands region. It is approximately halfway between Sydney and Brisbane at the junction of the New England Highway and Waterfall Way. But there is more to Armidale than its geographical location. Armidale produces extremely talented musicians, many of which flock to Melbourne. What better way to celebrate some of Armidale’s brightest talent than at the Classic Southside, Elsternwick, Melbourne. This evening we are lucky enough to have two solo sets from two incredible Armidilians with two guitars (one each), Michael Vince Moin (Tram Cops) and Samuel Kreusler. Stay tuned for info regarding bus tours to Armidale where we will be testing the local water with the hope of discovering the special ingredient for greatness.
A contemporary composer and guitarist whose style focuses predominantly on the interaction of music/sound with theatre and film projects through exploration of classical instrumental techniques and quirky electronic sample manipulation.
The moniker for melbourne musician michael vince moin. somewhere between post-nothing and neo-something, he writes songs about love, loss, hope and heartbreak.
Students $10 // Adults $15
Doors at 8pm
In the Classic Southside Room at Classic Cinema, Elsternwick.
Classic Cinema is wheelchair accessible. For those who need it, there is an elevator inside the cinema that leads into Classic Southside.