Kirin J Callinan

Friday, 1 May 2015 8:00pm at BluJaz

Not afraid to push the limits, Australian artist Kirin J Callinan makes raw pop music that is fast gaining attention around the world. His debut album Embracism showcases innovative song-writing built around jagged guitars and snarling vocals and has established him as one of the most important musicians in Australia right now.

Abrasive, surreal and often chaotic, Callinan’s live show is an intense experience as he flirts with controversy at any given opportunity. This is exhilarating, genre-bending music delivered with both flamboyance and a serrated edge.

Kirin J Callinan will be supported by Boy Kulisap, whose works weave near the fringes of electronic music from noise to techno, experimental beats to circuit bending.
Possessed by demons and queen of the Berlin underground, Mary Ocher is avant-pop and garage at once, her last album Eden was produced by rock ‘n’ roll guru King Khan and she has just released the Double Anthology of Home Recordings.

“A mix of Trent Reznor and Patrick Wolf, Callinan is both an industrial pile-driver and theatrical show-off” – NME Magazine

“Callinan is one of the world’s most exciting new artists.” – The Quietus

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