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Music attached Vintage Cinema – Looking Glass

James Wright Vintage Cinema Management Contact: james.wright@tpg.com.au 0447 812 057

Music easily appreciated in a live setting regardless of prior music tastes and influences, Vintage Cinema have spent the last several years playing gigs around Melbourne in an effort to attract a following for the group. The opportunity to have their material played through radio would be incredibly beneficial to both the band and your radio station. With an up and coming residency at the Esplanade Hotel throughout May there is a large window of opportunity to connect the radio audience to Vintage Cinema, and increase crowd size potential throughout the month. Not only will this have a positive effect on Vintage Cinema’s fan base, but connecting your listeners to their music, with the added opportunity to also attend a live show or multiple for free would benefit the radio stations more personal connection with listeners. Playing live shows in Melbourne regularly for cheap and often free entry, well recorded material ready for radio play as well as the core point, they are local, and play Melbourne shows regularly. People listening to radio stations in Melbourne have the opportunity to connect easily with Vintage Cinema. And with the right connection through their music to your listeners, we will all benefit.

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Press Release Short: Ready for immediate release 16/04/12 Hailing from Mornington Peninsula, Ambient/progressive rock band Vintage Cinema have made a footprint on the Melbourne Music scene. Having played well respected venues such as the Esplanade Hotel /The Art house and having just recently releasing their EP ‘No Place to Hide’ at Revolver upstairs. Influences like Incubus and Radiohead are evident in their material, when played live the band offers a unique sound, using well written and structured pieces of music that shows meaningful progression and easily engages an audience. Residency at the Esplanade Hotel St Kilda (every Wednesday in May starting from the 2nd)

Press Release Long: Ready for immediate release 16/04/12 Hailing from Mornington Peninsula, Ambient/progressive rock band Vintage Cinema have made a footprint on the Melbourne Music scene. Having played well respected venues such as the Esplanade Hotel /The Art house and having just recently releasing their EP ‘No Place to Hide’ at Revolver upstairs. Influences like Incubus and Radiohead are evident in their material, when played live the band offers a unique sound, using well written and structured pieces of music that shows meaningful progression and easily engages an audience. Lead Guitarist and vocals Troy Martheze formed the band along with Coltrain Brown by sourcing out their other band members through conversations on the construction work site where the group all met, and work together. Vintage Cinema focus on the highs and lows, and the way the material has been written prepares listeners perfectly for the different progressions and build ups in their writing. Material and band info can be found at: www.myspace.com/vintagecinemamusic http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Vintage-Cinema/411570822165 Residency at the Esplanade Hotel St Kilda (every Wednesday in May starting from the 2nd)

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Esplanade Residency info Vintage Cinema Esplanade Hotel No. 11 The Esplanade St Kilda - 02/05/12 (Wednesday) Start time: 8:30pm Front Bar Free Entry

No. 11 The Esplanade St Kilda - 09/05/12 (Wednesday) Start time: 9:30pm Front Bar Free Entry

No.11 The Esplanade St Kilda -16/05/12 (Wednesday) Start time: 10:30 Front Bar Free Entry

No.11 The Esplanade St Kilda - 23/05/12 (Wednesday) *final show* Start time: 9:30 Front Bar Free Entry

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Bio

Hailing from Mornington Peninsula, Troy Matheze (vocals/guitar), Coltrain Brown (guitar/backup vocals) and Matty Coco (bass) make up the Progressive Rock band Vintage Cinema. Formed In July 2006 the band has casually written material and performed live shows in and around Melbourne’s CBD. Having not yet set in stone the band members, Vintage have replaced their drummer twice throughout their performing career, Steven Dupon Was Vintage’s first drummer (2006-20010) and was replaced in 2010 for Benson Noynay who performed with Vintage up until June 2012. Over the years Vintage Cinema have written and recorded a substantial amount of material and released their EP ‘No Place to Hide’ at revolver upstairs Melbourne. The EP had a mix of their new and old material and is so far the only release from the band in their time playing together. Having performed at well known and well respected venues such as The Great Britain Hotel, Revolver, The Esplanade Hotel and Art house, Vintage have made a good impression through experience playing live together across such a wide spread of venues. Different from the norm, Vintage supported Calling All Cars when they performed up at Mt Buller 2011. The group at the time were also busy recording the EP ‘No Place to Hide’ in a DIY fashion using friends and family resources. Having recently formed a relationship with South American Act MANATARMS, Vintage have joined up and played numerous shows at the Espy and Barley Corn hotel. Connecting well through sound and a shared passion for live music, both artists plan to continue playing together and make a combined footprint on the Melbourne music scene. Vintage Cinema Press Kit


Contact Bookings/Band Info James Wright

ph: 9427 1012 Mob: 0447 812 057 James.Wright@tpg.com.au

Marketing/Merchandise James Wright

ph: 9427 1012 Mob: 0447 812 057 James.Wright@tpg.com.au

Manager James Wright

ph: 9427 1012 Mob: 0447 812 057 James.Wright@tpg.com.au

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