ALYCE PLATT AND THE FISH SHOP COLLECTIVE

Date           Saturday 8th October
Doors         6:30pm
Tickets       $25 (+bf)

 

ALYCE PLATT beckons us into her ‘Funny Little World’. Following the successful launch of her stunning new album, 'a sophisticated and enchanting blend of melancholy pop and indie rock’

“A standout release of 2015 and one of the finest collection of songs I have heard in a lifetime of exploring the work of independent artists”.
Alan Fletcher.net music blog UK

ALYCE and her amazing band, the “Fish shop Collective”, have been performing gigs in Melbourne as well as drawing the attention of some of Australia’s and America’s highly regarded musicians and artists.

“What a band… Alyce’s songs are special and she delivers ‘em in a very compelling manner often staring out at the audience with the gaze of a dazzled innocent. I was thoroughly bewitched by the wonderful music and the door it opened into a very cool and groovy world”
Steve Kilbey (The Church)

“The most beautiful and inspiring evening. Alyce is a songbird, torch-singer and story teller of the heart and soul. Alyce’s voice is magic.”
Elizabeth Kemp- Associate Artistic Director of the Actors Studio, New York

”A seriously smoldering set from Alyce Platt & the Fish Shop Collective to launch the superb "Funny Little World" album.”
Basement Discs - In store

THE FISH SHOP COLLECTIVE - is a diverse roster of Melbourne’s elite musicians who played on Alyce’s album as well as being part of her stunning live band.
Because the line-up varies from show to show, performances are always deliberately unique and fresh - not “carbon-copies”.


BAND MEMBERS for Alyce's debut Queensland Performances will be Melbourne musicians; Clare Moore (Coral Snakes) on vibes and marimba, guitarist Peter Farnan (Boom Crash Opera) and Rosie Westbrook (Mick Harvey) weilding a mean bass.

“Platt is an effective indie chanteuse, an expressive singer and clever pop songwriter. Who would have thought someone best known for Sale Of The Century and Sons And Daughters could deliver such deft alternative pop”
Jeff Jenkins JB Hi-FI STACK

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