Gigpiglet Presents: Live! @ GPHQ [Comp]

Sydney indie label Gigpiglet Recordings has been kicking around for 10 years now. During that time, the likes of Tim Finn, Alex LloydMachine Gun Fellatio and more recently RüFüS, have made beautiful music within their walls.

They’ve decided to give the studio a complete makeover in celebration of the 10th anniversary. They’re also running a series of very intimate monthly live music events for a select group of friends and industry professionals to showcase the latest material from local artists.

Each event will feature a 3-song performance from a different artist each month, an up-close-and-personal interview and top it all off, the entire event will be recorded live to create a 10 minute webisode. Of which, will be distributed online via and Gigpiglet.

The Live! @ GPHQ series kicks off on November 4 and will feature Sydney soul-pop muso Andy Bull.

If you like the sound of all that then you’ll be stoked to hear that we have TWO double passes to giveaway.

All you have to do to be in the running is comment below and tell us your most intimate experience with an Australian artist/band.

The winners will be contacted on Tuesday November 1. / /

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  1. Renee says:

    It’s actually really sad to say that none of musical experiences have thus far been “intimate”. I guess that is what makes this so appealing, also, an intimate setting – Andy Bull – how could I go wrong?

  2. Seeing Machine Gun Fellatio when I first arrived in Australia – they were playing a side stage at Big Day Out, I think. I was up the front to witness the sight of the delectable KK Juggy bedecked only in balloons, popping them one by one with her cigarette, then turning perfect cartwheels in spike heels. It was an excellent entrée to Aussie gig culture. It felt mighty intimate to me.
    I hope one day Ms Juggy returns my calls. I owe her dinner, at the very least.

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