New Weird Australia – AXXONN National Tour 2011

A national series of live events presented by New Weird Australia headlined by Brisbane's Axxonn.

DateJanuary & February 2011
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New Weird Australia presents
AXXONN
Full National Tour 2011

SYDNEY Excelsior Hotel, Surry Hills – Friday Jan 28th
with BREATHING SHRINE, SCATTERED ORDER, CONSTANT LIGHT & BORGIA
(co-presented with Octopus Pi)

CANBERRA Transit Lounge – Saturday Jan 29th
with KASHA & CRASH THE CURB

HOBART Salamanca Arts Centre – Friday Feb.4th
with OCEANS, SPHERES & DUO

DEVONPORT Regional Gallery – Saturday Feb. 5th
with OCEANS, SPHERES & DUO

TOOWOOMBA The Spotted Cow – Friday Feb 18th
with AMBROSE CHAPEL & DIE ON PLANES

BRISBANE Woodlands – Saturday Feb. 19th
with AMBROSE CHAPEL, DIE ON PLANES & DOT.AY

PERTH Manhattans Bar – Thursday Feb. 24th
with ERASERS, GILBERT FAWN & CRAIG MCELHINNEY

MELBOURNE Yah Yahs – Sunday Feb. 27th
with MYSTIC EYES, NO ZU & PEON

In January & February 2011, former Brisbane-based artist AXXONN (Tom Hall) gathered up his keyboards and subsonic fuzz for a trip around the country to support his album ‘Let’s Get It Straight’. The tour was presented by NEW WEIRD AUSTRALIA, marking our inaugural Australian excursion after a string of Sydney events and nearly two years of compilation and artists releases through the label.

We called upon a diverse and eclectic range of acts to feature alongside AXXONN, including BREATHING SHRINE, MYSTIC EYES, SCATTERED ORDER, KASHA, AMBROSE CHAPEL, NO ZU, DOT.AY, ERASERS, CONSTANT LIGHT, OCEANS, CRAIG MCELHINNEY, SPHERES, DIE ON PLANES, GILBERT FAWN, DUO, PEON and BORGIA.

AXXONN Full National Tour 2011 supported by SOUND TRAVELLERS, STREET PRESS AUSTRALIA, SALAMANCA ARTS CENTRE & DEVONPORT REGIONAL GALLERY.

 


Video.

This video (shot and edited by Tom Hall, using a remote camera) features a 15-minute Axxonn set, culled from a range of performances across the tour.

Scattered Order, Live at Fuzz Lost Fuzz, Excelsior Hotel Sydney, 28th January 2011. Shot & edited by Stuart Buchanan.