Noize Fabrik presents: #FishtankSessions with Allysha Joy.
WHEN: Wednesday 31st October 2018
WHERE: Noize Fabrik, Elsenstrasse 52 3.OG 12059 Berlin
ENTRANCE: 8€, Pay at the door (RSVP to reserve your seat via firstname.lastname@example.org)
Singer, pianist, writer, poet and creative being, Allysha Joy, is a key member of Melbourne collective, 30/70. Their growing success over the last two years has led her to further challenge her expression in a project of her own, pushing boundaries as a keys player, poet, singer and producer.Whether performing solo on Fender Rhodes or accompanied by her band, Allysha’s steady groove, husky vocal tone and unique style of writing emanates her own personal truth and illuminates a powerful energy learning to be peaceful, giving and considerate of others.
For Allysha, Acadie : Raw, her debut album which will be released on the 21st of September via Gondwana Records, signifies a moment in time: “from beginning to completion of creating this music, it has been a chance to express a deeper, more personal side of self and to take full control of the vision andthe music. This record has allowed me to dive deeply into my creative expression and is just the beginning”.The album features members of 30/70, the collective born from the creative music scene in Melbourne: “I play both solo or with my 30/70 family, Henry Hicks, Ziggy Zeitgeist, Josh Kelly and Danika Smith. I feel super blessed to have met this crew, we’ve been playing together now for four years and for me this record is just another extension of the 30/70 collective, constantly unravelling and branching out”.
Facebook: Allysha Joy
Watch ‚Know Your Power‘: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KTtuvtgQQf8
The Noize Fabrik #FishtankSessions are live recording sessions open to a limited audience that focus on obtaining optimal audio and film recordings of the artist’s performance. The session is documented by a crew of filmmakers and audio professionals and by entering the space attendees agree to be filmed. We ask the audience to keep from talking or moving in-between songs, and no alcohol is allowed in the performance space during the show. Since the focus of these sessions is the content creation, some songs might be performed more than once or until the artist is comfortable with their performance.
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