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Godrich — FFFear EP Launch with Grace Chia + PARKER

Godrich — FFFear EP Launch with Grace Chia + PARKER

7:00pm, Thu 28 March, 2024
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Support from local legend and hip-hop/RnB poet Grace Chia + ambient soundscapist PARKER. 

Inspired as much by the organic as the industrial, Godrich writes pop music reminiscent of the bedroom gods of old. Godrich’s driving force is meditative, atmospheric synth-scapes, contrasted by a want to bottle chaotic, human energy. Having a long and complicated relationship with the pop world, Godrich captures what works about the genre, while actively leaning against it with left-field production and writing techniques.

Having released his debut single WAY OUT in 2022, which “has the bounce and crispness to it that has got me grinning” (Dave Ruby Howe, Triple J), Godrich has also been involved with the production and live performances of other Lutruwita/Tasmanian artists, including MEDHANIT, Flower Extract and Emi-Emi, bringing his own flavour of dreamy, synth layers to each.

FFFear is a project born from its namesake, Fear. Fear of self, fear of judgement, fear of creating without inhibition.

"This EP is a culmination of the past 4 years of my life, with all of its ups and downs. I think in that time I've written 3 or 4 projects that I thought 'this is the one, the debut EP' before writing newer, more exciting songs, showing people and being scared of what they think, scrapping it and starting again. This cycle of abandonment and rebirth left a lot of songs in the dust, but I feel like the ones that have survived have a special place in my heart, and hopefully find one in yours too."

We acknowledge and respect the palawa people as the traditional and ongoing owners of the skies, land, and water of Lutruwita. We pay our respects to their elders both past and present and acknowledge that sovereignty has never been ceded.

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Level access is available from 112 Murray Street via the black and white laneway leading to the Garden. There is one accessible toilet. There is braille signage and tactile ground surface indicators throughout the venue. Please contact us via prior to the show day or speak to staff at In The Hanging Garden for assistance.

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