Voguey Bear w/ Stereogamous and Brendan Maclean

Hotel Gearin and Bloom Presents

Voguey Bear w/ Stereogamous and Brendan Maclean Tickets

9:00pm, Sat 16 June, 2018
Hotel Gearin, NSW

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Stereogamous (Paul Mac and Jonny Seymour) are the musical equivalent of a Mardi Gras that runs all year.

Stereogamous (Paul Mac and Jonny Seymour) are the musical equivalent of a
Mardi Gras that runs all year. They have remixed or collaborated with Kylie,
Ngaiire, George Michael, Sia, Sam Sparro, Brendan Maclean, LCD
Soundsystem, The Presets, Light Asylum, JD Samson's MEN and loads more.
Don't hate them though. They are actually lovely lads who are more into
dancing, hugging and staying up late than being sceneious.


Paul has scored films ("Kath & Kimderella"), co-written a score for Bangarra
"BLAK", and collaborated with more stars than the Milky Way (Daniel Johns,
Ngaiire). Jonny is the cofounder of legendary Club Kooky, has scored for and
performed with the Sydney Theatre Company and also collaborates with
designers Dion Lee, Romance Was Born & Carla Zampatti and is a friend of
Carriageworks. Together they have made music for exhibits for National
Gallery of Victoria, the M.C.A, short film and site specific installations. They
soundtracked Performance Space's "Day for Night" performance art party and
exhibition for the last two years and scored Force Majeure's "Nothing to Lose"
for Sydney Festival 2015.


Stereogamous have played in backroom dance floors all over the planet
(Berghain, Berlin. Razzmatazz, Barcelona. Horse Meat Disco, London. The
End Up, San Francisco) Mega festivals (Burning Man, Glastonbury, Lovebox,
Subsonic, Vivid, MONA FOMA) Sound tracked fashion weeks (NYC, Paris,
Sydney, Melbourne) and also represented at Gay Pride events all around the
circuit (Folsom Street Fair, San Francisco. Sydney Mardi Gras, Madrid & NYC
Pride).

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