Sixty40 blends deep, mellow electronica with bright fingerpicked guitars, thoughtful, understated vocals a dense, textured tenor saxophone sound in an intense, demanding solo performance, flowing from synth-saturated bliss into deep overdriven darkness and back again, losing track of which is which.
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After years honing a tight, powerful psych-rock sound as Mansion Alaska, the band's core members return from hiatus to demo their latest electronic slacker-funk project. This is a rare preview of the next step for the boys, and the perfect chance to see their skills in full flight once again.
Jeff Tynan is a Melbourne independent singer-songwriter/multi-instrumentalist & self-managed artist. His self-produced debut EP "Revolving" blends deep earthy roots with modern indie-folk/rock & features raw sounds of wood & strings, weaving between passionate lyrics of self-growth & social awareness.
Xhambo is an electronic psych-soul project with fat beats, gospel vocals and more fuzzed-out haze than your primary school play's malfunctioning smoke machine: the perfect reason to get out onto the dance floor as we get to the business end of the evening.