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ANU BAR | the AU review
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ANU BAR

Guineafowl + Elisha Bones + Glass Towers + Pete Akhurst - ANU Bar (12.11.11)

Guineafowl

Even though we arrived at the ANU Bar right after doors opened, my friend and I expected more punters for a Saturday night. Luckily numbers picked up over the course of the night, culminating in a predictably stellar performance from Guineafowl. The rest of Canberra didn't know what they were missing.

Pete Akhurst

Papa Vs Pretty + The Vasco Era + Glass Towers - ANU Bar (26.10.11)

Unfortunately due to a mix up on the door, I was late into the gig on the night. As such, I could only hear openers Glass Towers from afar, and although it wasn't the clearest sound, they sounded like a bright and engaging opener for the night - which made me glad for the crowd who saw them, because the two bands that followed were absolutely mesmerising.

The Vasco Era