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$17 + bf pre, $20 door | 7pm doors, 8pm show

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All other seating is first in best dressed.

Please book carefully – as no refunds, credits or exchanges on tix!
All ages welcome (but under 18′s must be accompanied by an adult)Fully licensed – NO BYO. Delicious food (including pizza!) available.

Unfortunately, due to illness, Shenzo Grogorio is unable to travel to Sydney to perform with Soundtrak on Thursday 21 February.
The show will go ahead with two sets from Ben Walsh's amazing psychedelic afrobeat inspired project Na Moja and special guest Mick Stuart also appearing. 

It’s been a long time since Benjamin Walsh (The Bird, Tom Tom Crew, Circle Of Rhythm, Crusty Suitcase Band) has been back to his home town of Sydney to play a show…This Thursday he & special guests will present a nights of great music Django at Camelot.

Featuring the sounds of master percussionist Ben Walsh and string virtuoso Shenzo Gregorio – SOUNDTRAK brings together strings, drums and technology to make some of the most unlikely sonic textures possible from two human beings.

Ben and his long time collaborator and friend Matt Ottignon (Mister Ott) Who has played for many years with Ben in the “Crusty Suitcase band” and “The Orkestra Of The Underground” Just recently they released a collaboration titled “Na Moja”.

This project is radically electronic and Dubwise, bringing psychedelic FX frenzied Afro-Jazz flavor to the dance-floor.

Another special guest musician added – Mick Stuart will join the madness on his very own instrument the “Polymba”. This multi pronged layout of hand crafted Kalmimba’s alows Mick to make an incredibly rhythmic and melodic instrument that sounds like nothing you have heard. Mick and Ben have collaborated on many projects over the years and is a rare treat to see them share the stage.