NSW - Anatomy of an Album with Hermitude

From demo to master, APRA AMCOS is picking apart a series of great Australian albums with the songwriters and producers who brought them to life. 

We’ll be joined by Hermitude (Luke Dubber and Angus Stuart) and album co-writer Tim Levinson (Urthboy) to discuss Dark Night Sweet Light. The album, released in 2015, debuted at #1 on the ARIA Album Chart and featured the APRA Music Awards nominated single The BuzzThe trio will discuss the formation of the album from initial beats, composition and lyrics through to recording and mastering.

This is a free event. RSVP is essential to writer@apra.com.au.


Event Info

Date
09 Aug 2017

Location
Giant Dwarf, 199 Cleveland St, Redfern

Time
6.30pm

Cost
Free


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