A new term of Club Weld has started and we’re excited to see everyone again.
Club Weld expanded over the break and we are welcoming some fantastic new musicians this term – this means we’re now running on Tuesdays AND Wednesdays!
The studio is operating on-site with social distancing measures, and remotely for those who prefer to work from home.
You can expect some exciting releases in the coming months.
Over the break, Nina Gotsis and Jerrah Patston recorded with Producer, Chris Hamer-Smith, plus special guests in the Delta 88 studio for the Bring A Brick music initiative. We’ve heard preliminary mixes of those tracks and they are something special.
We’re also preparing the Yellow Green Minor album which has developed from our residency at AGNSW and there’s talk of another exciting studio residency in October. There’s also an Anthony Talarico/Chris Stiles E.P in production!
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@club_weld killed it at @artgalleryofnsw on Tuesday! 🎤🎸🎹🎼 Their sets brought the gallery to life and pulled quite the crowd! Thanks for the images @harolddavidstudio . @ABCMusic @AusCouncilArts #PackerFamilyFoundation #CrownResortsFoundation #VincentFairfaxFamilyFoundation #musicianswithautism #musicianswithdisabilities
Club Weld facilitator, Sam Worrad said, “life’s been so different and challenging for everyone over the last six months…. Club Weld’s productivity is a testament to the adaptability and creativity of the musicians.”
Photo: Nina Gotsis by Sam Worrad, 2020.