The Ironing Maidens/TKP – Strike While The Iron Is Hot!

Two of the Far North region’s most dynamic music acts will grace the stage for International Women’s Day events, as part of the Flame arts project.
Award-winning electronic duo, The Ironing Maidens, and sonic neo-futurists Tegan Koster Project, are joining forces to kick off 2019 in style.

The Ironing Maidens put domestic labour, technology, and the history of women in electronic music centre stage with their live electronic music show.

Ingeniously adapting real irons and ironing boards into electronic instruments to create breakthrough music, The Ironing Maidens mix house beats with video projections and performance to create a unique show.

“As if turning a cruel stereotype into a piece of art wasn’t enough, The Ironing Maidens are rocking inventive sounds and inspirational girl power.” – MUSIC IS MY MUSE

They have toured Europe, playing Germany’s famous Fusion Festival and The Performing Arts Festival Berlin, have featured at Byron Bay’s Falls Festival, and have just wowed crowds at Woodford Folk Festival.

After dropping the cassingle ‘Its a Fun Life’ last year, Tegan Koster stirs the pot with her new band and fresh brand of post-pop synth-rock.
The Tegan Koster Project combines classic synths, progressive, sweeping guitar lines, considered beats and electronics, and bold, compelling vocals laced with satire, to create the TKP sound.

Tegan Koster Project features legendary indigenous guitarist William ‘Biri’ Duffin, elusive producer Hairbrain, and band leader Tegan Koster on vocals and synthesizer. TKP will be dropping their new single ‘Medieval’ as part of the show.

Fri 8th March
Tanks Arts Centre
Doors 6.30pm. Show: 7.15pm
Tickets: $12.60 / $10.50 (CONC) inc b/fee
Tickets available through Ticketlink