QLD - Anatomy of an Album: Violent Soho Hungry Ghost

From demo to master, we're picking apart a series of great Australian albums with the songwriters and producers who brought them to life.

4122's finest, Violent Soho, released their third album Hungry Ghost to both critical and popular acclaim in 2013. Songwriter Luke Boerdam and producer Bryce Moorhead join APRA AMCOS' Kellie Lloyd to dissect the record, stem by stem, and take you through the process of writing, demoing and recording what went on to become an ARIA Award nominated, top 10, Gold-selling album.

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


Event Info

Date
18 Jul 2017

Location
QUT Kelvin Grove Campus

Time
6-7.30PM

Cost
Free


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