EWAH & The Vision of Paradise are based in Hobart Tasmania. Their tough-noir-rock-meets-shimmering-new-wave sound shifts between lightness and darkness, sundrenched and throwing dark shadows. The band’s debut release, Everything Fades to [...]
EWAH & The Vision of Paradise are based in Hobart Tasmania. Their tough-noir-rock-meets-shimmering-new-wave sound shifts between lightness and darkness, sundrenched and throwing dark shadows.
The band’s debut release, Everything Fades to Blue is a concept album, a eulogy to victims of violent crime against women. The album has attracted attention from ears nationally and internationally, including Jarvis Cocker’s Sunday Service on BBC Radio 6 (UK), Henry Rollins on KCRW radio (USA) and back in Australia, was album of the week Edge Radio (Hobart), Top Ten Albums of the Week PBS (Melbourne) and has picked up regular play on Double J. In April 2017, Everything Fades to Blue made The Guardian’s top ten listing of Australia’s best underground releases and was longlisted for the Australian Music Prize (AMP) 2017. In 2017 the band kept busy, playing a slew of shows including A Festival Called Panama, Dark Mofo and BIGSOUND. They were nominated in the National Live Music Awards 2017 for two categories in their homestate Tasmania; Best Live Act and EWAH for Best Live Voice. They took home the award for Best Live Act.
For Friday Nights Live they will play music from Everything Fades to Blue and preview songs in the making for their follow up album. For this special performance they will take you on a journey from bare bones representations to the full force of the band.
Show starts at 6pm, doors and bar open from 5pm.
$5 on the door / kids under 12 free
Friday Nights Live is part of MAC’s new extended Friday Nights program!
Find the full program of film screenings, Friday Nights Live music concerts, and Moonah Moves dance performances at moonahartscentre.org.au/friday-nights-mac
(Friday) 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Moonah Arts Centre
27 Albert Road, Moonah TAS 7009