GLOOMY SUNDAY @ Last Chance!
GLOOMY SUNDAY @ Last Chance!

GLOOMY SUNDAY @ Last Chance!

The Last Chance Rock & Roll Bar (North Melbourne, VIC)
Sunday, 3 December 2023 7:00 PM
3 days away
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Close out the weekend with an eclectic array of post-pop, darkwave, post-rock and all things gloomy. It might be summer out there, but it's winter in here!

Palliative: Palliative is a one man Darkwave act from the Mornington Peninsula. Once described as the bastard son of the Sisters of Mercy and VNV Nation, Palliative combines retro inspired electronic music with the occasional whimsical guitar solo, packaged in songs about death, loss and mourning.

Double Vanity: Melbourne-based three piece Double Vanity are all dim lighting, velvet curtains and crystal tears. Their arrival in 2020 transported listeners into a new world they labeled ‘airportwave’, capturing their nostalgic brand of analogue sad indie disco. Double Vanity were described by 4ZZZ as “synth crooners” with layered synths, swelling guitar and lush vocals meeting for a moment of textured overexposure and minimal pulsing rhythms.

Roles: Like a church built over an old sacred site, wife and husband duo Roles are building their aesthetic upon the hallowed ruins of formulaic pop. Post-punk, new wave and electronic sounds weave through a solid pop framework, held in tension between the old and new. The lyrics explore existential themes like death, desire and intangible realities.

Bad News Gospel: Bad News Gospel is a solo instrumental post-rock project inspired by the likes of Earth, Grails, Dirty Three, Morphine, and the captivating allure of old western movie soundtracks. The compositions weave a tapestry of vastness and tranquility. Through the use of drone, repetition, and minimalist arrangements, Bad News Gospel conjures evocative images of expansive landscapes, desolate deserts, and serene countryside vistas