Nocturnal Tapes w/ Rumblr Tickets
8:00pm, Fri 27 October, 2017
Transit Bar, ACT
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Indie-Electronic outfit Nocturnal Tapes head back on the road!
After touring the country supporting Luke Million. Catch them at Transit Bar on the 27th of October with Rumblr as support.
"Gliding between textural synths, decadent vocals and pulsating bass lines, Wake Up epitomises the rush you get jumping up and down in a crowd at a festival while a mind-melting set unfolds in front of you".
"Few would have been expecting one of the best indie-electro records of the year to poke its head out of a small town on NSW's northern beaches. With Visions IV, that's exactly what Nocturnal Tapes have dished up - and on debut, no less".
- Tone Deaf
"There's a bit of house, a bit of tech, there's some psych and a pinch of rock; it's also experimental, perhaps there's even some disco. Whatever the case, the new EP displays the untried sounds and talents of the Yamba hailing duo, and is an insight into the transformative nature of emerging Australian music."
- Purple Sneakers
Following on from touring the country with Luke Million, Yamba-based indie-electronic duo Nocturnal Tapes announce their own national tour in support of their debut EP 'Visions IV'.
Combining themes of dance, experimental-electronica, tech-house, psychedelia and indie-rock, 'Visions IV' demonstrates the group's ability to meld an array of eclectic influences, whilst still retaining a cohesive and unique sound. Organic and electronic instrumentation is equally balanced and the production is delivered with utmost finesse.
Since their 2016 inception, Nocturnal Tapes have released a slew of tracks strongly embraced by the likes of triple j, Spotify, MTV, ABC's Rage, community radio and worldwide blogs; which resulted in a #6 position on the esteemed Hype Machine Now charts.
They've traversed the country multiple times sharing stages with Boo Seeka, Bootleg Rascal and Tash Sultana, and performed at boutique festivals Mountain Sounds, Sweaty Palms, House of Voodoo and UTS Summerfest and Winterfest.