June 1, 2010

ONEWAY Project - Surfers Paradise 4th June


If you're a lover of fashion, art, music & food, then come & experience a cultural roots fusion unlike any other at ONEWAY PROJECT.

Set in adjacent laneways in Surfers Paradise (behind Pancakes in Paradise), ONEWAY PROJECT offers culture lovers the chance to spend your sunset afternoon & night chilling out in a streetscape of live art demo's, funky fashion & knick stalls, live music & alfresco dining pockets.

Main Stage:
3pm - 3.45pm - Cool Calm Collective
4pm - 4.45pm - Anarchist Duck
5pm - 5.45pm - PamPamPam
6pm - 6.45pm - Brothers
7pm - 8pm - Rogerthat

elsewhere Stage:
A super funkin stage brought to you by the elsewhere crew - Featuring:
3pm - 3.45pm - elsewhere DJ's
4pm - 4.45pm - The Moderns
4.45pm - 4.55pm - 19Karen talk
5pm - 5.45pm - Kwerkshoppe
5.45pm 5.55pm - 19Karen talk
6pm - 6.45pm - Igloo
6.45pm - 7.45pm - elsewhere DJ's

elsewhere dj's include:
Audun, Giv (soundtraffik), Thomas J and Stretch Paper Cranes

(elsewhere will also be hosting the official afterparty too)

Magic Bus Stage:
3.15pm - 4pm - Chris Mallory
4.15pm - 5pm - Karl Williams
5.15pm - 6pm - Natalie Weir
6.15pm - 7pm - CC The Cat
7.15pm - 8pm - Shoebox

What Else..?!
Brought to you by local art gallery 19KAREN, International feature artist MYMO will be creating one of her trademark artworks at oneway project: a massive wall in the alleyway will be covered in the collaborative street artworks of:
* Sam Smith
* Georg Whelan
* Kitty Horton
* Just confirmed... Claudio Kirac!!!

The TRAILER TRASH project also be bringing their artificial grass, picket fence & caravans, that will see local street & graffiti artisits take to them in spray can flicking, brush stroking fury - brought to you by Joshua Levi Galleries.

NO WAVES parlour of love - check out what these boys are up to in the arty world.. I hear NO WAVES 3 will be on the week after Oneway - keep your eyes peeled :)

SKATE DECKSABITION - vote for your favourite deck designed by GC's finest artists. Hannah Smith, Jae Copp, Jake Springthorpe, Joy French, Megan Chambers, Magnus Kennedy, Laura Tomkiewicz, Andrew Otten, Mariam Arcilla, Tal Fitzpatrick, Nathan White and Mitch (Darkside artists), Morris Lauga, Dean (Slam artist), Alex Wall, Ray Cook, Kiel Tillam, Lauren Davis, Tess Maguire, Jackson Hambridge and Fiona Kennedy Altoft.

Oneway project is about supporting emerging talent from the roots up & providing them with an interactive space to grow - a much needed gateway on the Gold Coast that you can now be a part of...oneway project is an alcohol free event.

ARTIST BIOS - Mainstage

The Cool Calm Collective

Its been a steady rise thus far for Gold Coast seven piece The Cool Calm Collective since their first gig in 2006. Having played a countless number of sold out shows since their inception, as well as securing JJJ airplay, coveted festival spots and a host of high profile support slots ... it seems as though The Cool Calm Collective are emerging as the band to watch in 2010. Whether its reckless reggae party anthems or messages of love, life, and loss; The Cool Calm Collective deliver with soulful melodies and infectious grooves...

Anarchist Duck


Anarchist Duck fuse funk, reggae, rock and rhymes with a world music feel and their trademark harmonies. From humble beginnings Anarchist Duck have this year secured a place at Corinbank Festival, Southern Oracle Festival, Nimbin Mardi Grass and were also placed in the top ten albums at Brisbane's 4ZZZ. They have received nation-wide airplay of their new album 'Propaganda' which was produced with Paulie B of The Beautiful Girls. They are renowned for transforming audiences into dancing, karni mayhem.



Pampampam! is a four piece from a quiet little town on the east coast of Australia Called the Gold Coast. The four members have all been friends for years and years but only started jaming together in early 2008. They named the band after the drummer's mum and started playing shows in front of real people in real venues in early 2009 and haven't looked back since. They try and make atmospheric dancy rock and don't have a synth but might buy one. Their sound is influenced by an array of artists Interpol, Silversun Pickups, Joy Division and Kings of Leon, is to name only but a few.



Prior to being active members of the Queensland music scene, Brothers shared their roots in a queit NSW mountain town. Their matured psycheledic no-appologies rock n roll has seen them share the stage with the likes of, Wolfmother, The Choir boys, Philadelphia Grand Dury & The Galvatrons. Their Debut self titled EP is making waves so do yourself a favour and get a copy.



They fly that freak-flag up on high & into the sky. Swaying like the breeze, mind whistling like leaves, it's all in the way Bailey on vocals (with his Amish beard & anti-establishment grooves) makes Rogerthat the very Zeitgeist of it all! If ever there was anything lacking from our apocalypse as envisioned in childhood, it's in the sights THEY bring to our feverish minds - it's in the second coming of the mad 70's blunt groove, Rogerthat style. If ever there was a diagonal slide into sweet oblivion that needed magnifying with guitar, bass, drum & electrified amp, Rogerthat is the one to deliver it.

Mainstage bands brought to you by the A-Venue Music Initiative and GCCC :)

ARTIST BIOS - elsewhere stage

The Moderns


Andre and Levi Franco and Samuel Rees are The Moderns - A rock and roll band from South East Queensland. Sons of Preacher men and all hailing from small towns, the three boys predominantly draw on influences from the sixties and seventies. When music was brilliant, -Yes. Bob Dylan, Neil Young, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, Thirteenth Floor Elevators, Black Sabbath, The Rolling Stones, Chuck Berry, Velvet Underground and Jeff Beck Group are referenced in their heavy rock psychedelic songs.
The Moderns just write and play music and that's all there is to it really..
The band has supported Philadelphia Grand Jury, Tame Impala, Yves Klein
Blue, The Galvatrons, The Holidays, The Skybombers and Foxx on Fire.
If you like the idea of Black Rebel Motorcycle Club with Lou Reed on vocals,
Bonham on drums, and a glass of red wine in your hand, then you are pretty
frea-kay. OH and Billy, there is just one more thing... Power.



KwerkShoPPe is all about dancing, grooves and good times. The sound of the
band combines instrumental funk and jazzy hooks with extremely infectious
percussive grooves that get any punter in the mood for some hip thrusting
and moonwalking. Defined by locals as the Gold Coasts underground Funk icon, Kwerkshoppe brings joy to anybody that steps in their path.
Hailing from South East QLD the band has been well established for over 6
years playing countless shows all over the East coast of Oz supporting bands
such as The Bamboos, The Beautiful Girls, Koolism, Tijuana Cartel and many
more, leaving crowds blown away by there musicianship. Each of the members has over 10 years of experience with live performance and all styles of music. Kwerkshoppe will leave you with a smile on your face and a newfound love for funky goodness. Get out your flares and get your groove shoes on!!!!



IGLOO is a dynamic new 5-piece live electronic funk band straight outta
Southern Queensland. A new world fusion that moves the organic to meet the
electronic amidst fat chunky beats reminiscent of the Brighton Big Beat era,
thanks to resident Beat Doctor-Benwahh; old skool sampling and turntablism
courtesy of Freddy Flyfingaz (Tijuana Cartel) and killer electric riffs
sitting pretty amidst the sweet, soulful vocals of Miss Jeliza Rose. Backed
up with big fat live bass by none other than Otto Mitter
(Kwerkshoppe/Bowser) and laced with the unique percussive expressions of
Tuan (Wunluv), these musicians have a collective experience that spans many
decades and their palpable musical chemistry is as powerful as it is
captivating. Armed with a killer bunch of tunes, quirky fun hooks, a great
sense of humour and a sound that is uniquely IGLOO, this band have
everything it takes to make a racket that's gonna get noticed.

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