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Triffid to Host Live Electronica Night

The Triffid has been going bonkers for roots music recently, but just when we thought we finally knew what this place was on about, they do something like this. The inaugural 'Triffid Beats' festival will be held on Saturday night, June 13, with some of the East Coast's most impressive young electronic acts booked.


Grand Pavillion are a new Brisbane duo already garnering rave reviews on Triple J for their Bonobo-influenced hazy synths and ethereal vocals. Though they've only a handful of singles to their name, blogs and social media have transformed these two into one of the most promising young acts in Australia.

The Phoncurves are yet another Brisbane duo, who lay lush electronic whimsy over insistent soul and blues rhythms. At the end of 2014, they released their second EP, Heartstrings, which in particular won over Triple J maestro Richard Kingsmill. Previously touring with Josh Pyke, Thelma Plum, ASTA and the Paper Kites, Naomi and Abbie are on the edge of something big.

Rounding out the line-up are Vinnie Laduce, a hedonistic yet mysterious all-rounder currently residing around Byron Bay to the best of anyone's knowledge, and Golden Vessel, a seventeen year old producer who Kyran Wheatley thinks may be our answer to James Blake.

Tickets for the event can be purchased via the Triffid website. The beer garden will be open for food and drinks from 12 noon, and tickets can be validated from 6, and doors to the live music room open 7:30 p.m.

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