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$25 + bf pre, $30 door | 7pm doors, 9pm show
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Delicious food (including pizza!) available. Fully licensed – NO BYO
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All ages welcome (but under 18′s must be accompanied by an adult)

The eclecticism of singer, composer and producer, Steve Balbi, mines a kaleidoscope of life at the margins, navigating a wistful path from melancholy through madness,

Exclusive to the Camelot Lounge, Balbi performs new songs from his forthcoming studio album, Humans, alongside reimagined and revealing reworks with a band featuring Jak Housden, Mick Skelton, Ian Tilley, and Beau Golden.

Inspired by Brandon Stanton’s Humans of New York, Balbi’s greatly anticipated follow-up to Black Rainbow sets an entirely new course for his enigmatic artistry.

Transcending rock and pop as he coalesces sentimentality and soul, the first single, Modern Love, bespeaks riff and verse, meanwhile exploring heterogeneity, refinement and dirty rotten groove.

“It’s good to be alive.” – Steve Balbi


It was 1996 when Om landed in London to Oasis’ ‘Don’t Look Back in Anger’. Britpop ruled the UK, although Manchester had other ideas. Inspired by the brother’s grunge on the opposite side of the Atlantic, yet marking a departure from Soundgarden’s Superunknown, Om would explode in a fervour of irreverence...

More than a generation has passed since these audacious years, which in no small way has provided the aesthetic for Om’s guitarist, Richie Cirillo, to reflect, interrogating the tri-pate notion of soul; the physical notion of being, the cerebral animal, and intellectual realm.

The lost years will soon materialise as a trilogy of EPs to be known as the Spectre Tapes. Produced by Steve Balbi, with Richie Cirillo on guitars tuned to ‘E’ and Dario Bortolin (INXS, Dragon, and Baby Animals), Spectre Tapes is raw yet melodic, profoundly passionate, inherently philosophical, yet brazenly peaceful.

Exclusive to the Camelot Lounge, on Friday 21September, Cirillo and Bortolin will open for Steve Balbi and band with an aural pandemic of multi-layered, elemental rock, live and acoustic, with new material lifted from Tape #1 and Tape #2 of the Spectre Tapes trilogy.

And it’s all in ‘E’.

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