2017 is set to be a big year for us, with an exciting new release on the way plus a string of supercool shows.
Our newest EP, CULTS, recorded in Tasmania by Dave Carter and featuring arrangements of our favourite pop songs, will be released by the exceptional Sugarrush records in April. It’s our first time working with Sugarrush, whose illustrious catalogue includes the likes of Jackie Marshall, Dubmarine, and Front End Loader.
We’re also excited about presenting new work in partnership with Queensland Museum as part of the Large Hadron Collider exhibition, and pulling in a few friends to perform Robert Davidson’s lush composition “Above Ground” at Dots+Loops. It’s set to be a busy start to 2017!
Here are the details for your diary:
Spend a summer evening out on the lawn at QPAC with a cold drink and good tunes. Nonsemble will perform two set of their favourite arrangements and originals.
5:30-7:30pm – 2 sets
More details at QPAC Website
March 3 – Hadron After Dark, Queensland Museum, 5:30pm.
Nonsemble perform some of their mathematically inspired music while you explore the greatest physics experiment ever undertaken.
More details at Museum Website
March 24 – World Science Festival, 5:30pm.
We’re helping to kick off the World Science Festival in style, joined by guest vocalists Shem Allen and Mel Tickle.
April 14 – Hadron After Dark, Queensland Museum, 5:30pm.
We’re cooking up something a bit different for this special Science Festival event – stay tuned!
More Details at Museum Website
May 14 – CULTS EP Launch at Live Spark, Brisbane Powerhouse
The long-awaited CULTS EP, featuring arrangements of Sufjan Stevens, Kate Bush, and Radiohead gets launched in collaboration with Sugarrush Records.
More Details at Powerhouse Website
May 19 – Dots+Loops Above Ground
Nonsemble and Friends assemble to perform Robert Davidson’s esquisite composition Above Ground, as part of a chilled night of exciting new contemporary classical music.
More Details at Dots+Loops Facebook Page