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Gotye Australian Premiere

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Gotye is back with his third music album preview, "Making mirrors". This time, you can enjoy the instrumentals of Gotye's music along with the featured performances by his brand new mini orchestra incarnation. Also, the premiere is planned to get live with animated touch done by the one of the most talented animators of Australia, Sixty40 and Rubberhouse.

Wally De Backer who is very well known as Gotye is a record winning Multi-instrumentalist. Apart from this, he is also a talented producer and song-writer. Gotye has released the first track from his third album,"Making mirrors" already earlier this year ("Eyes wide open") and he also performed to his audiences lively during Laneway and Sydney festivals where a lot of his sold out fans rushed in for the festivity.

On August 20, 2011, Gotye's graphical musicals would be enlightened by sample scapes, Italo-discos, dance hall tapped feets, motown pop of 1960's and many more surprises are awaiting at Bennelong point of Sydney Opera house. So, the musical combinations of all these turn-ons along with the magical Gotye's voice will tune our senses as he shifts his hands to and fro on the keyboard and drums.

Prelude to Gotye's performance, the screening of oscar-won animated short film, Shaun Tan's "The lost thing" is also featured for 15 minutes. The live original score performances by Michael Yezerski is also a part of the premiere.

So this premiere is a feast for all indie rock fans. The timing of the event is between 21.00 and 23.00. The venue of the event is Circular quay 2000, Bennelong point, Sydney Opera house. Frequent buses, ferries and trains are available to circular quay. Tickets price start from $49. And if you buy an even more number of tickets, you can avail a 30% offer too.

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Why? To tap your feet on the floor
When: August 20, 2011
Where: Sydney opera house
Cost: $49
This is completely sold and has been for awhile.:(
By kim.r0 - reader
Tuesday, 16th of August @ 10:49 pm
Sad to have missed such a truly talented performer. I hope he does some more work soon because I would jump on the opportunity to watch him perform. Thanks for the review
By Alexander Lewandowski - senior reviewer
Saturday, 8th of October @ 02:50 am
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