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Spray Paint brings their blissful metallic dissonance to the Factory Theatre

By Courtney Dabb, Sydney Correspondent

Venue: Factory Theatre, Sydney-June 26, 2015

It seemed to be a night of trio punk bands on Friday night as Texan-post-punk-band Spray Paint headlined with support by 80s-Australian-punk- band feedtime brought their minimalist punk approach to the Factory Theatre. Spray Paint has been on tour the last couple of months in Japan and Australia promoting their new LP Punters on the Barge (Homeless Records).  The band’s jarring use of cold, metallic screeching noise and distortion combined with singing almost David Byrne-ish at times brought a sound of blissful dissonance. Disarming yet pleasing. The band sounded tight and the drummer was phenomenal. It is a mystery how he can sing and perform brutal drumming at the same time. Amazing.

Photographic highlights of the show are presented below:

PHOTO GALLERY of SPRAY PAINT

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LIVE version of “Total Fuck Off”

“Day of the Rope” from new LP Punters on the Barge

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BandCamp

 

PHOTO GALLERY of feedtime

“I wanna’ ride”

Video circa 1985

 

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Courtney Dabb

Sydney Correspondent

My entry into the photography world is purely an extension of my love affair with music.

My entry into the photography world is purely an extension of my love affair with music. The first event I ever attended was the Big Day Out festival in 1992 as a 13 year old, catching the likes of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Sonic Youth, Iggy Pop and local legends Tumbleweed. I caught the bug and just loved the indie scene. Some 20 years and countless gigs later I wanted to go from behind the barrier to behind the camera.

Photographic residencies Include:The Manning Bar, Max Watts house Of Music and the Roller Den. Each venue sees a huge variety of local and international artists come through the doors making each shoot a unique challenge.
About Courtney Dabb (22 Articles)
Sydney Correspondent My entry into the photography world is purely an extension of my love affair with music. My entry into the photography world is purely an extension of my love affair with music. The first event I ever attended was the Big Day Out festival in 1992 as a 13 year old, catching the likes of Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds, Sonic Youth, Iggy Pop and local legends Tumbleweed. I caught the bug and just loved the indie scene. Some 20 years and countless gigs later I wanted to go from behind the barrier to behind the camera. Photographic residencies Include: The Manning Bar, Max Watts house Of Music and the Roller Den. Each venue sees a huge variety of local and international artists come through the doors making each shoot a unique challenge.
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