SWM youth show

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South West Mu­sic will next week present its third live stream as part of its 2020 Con­cert Series.

The Fri­day, Oc­to­ber 2 con­cert will be held at 4.30pm, with a free per­for­mance from four-piece Tas­ma­nian indie rock band The Tin­der­box­ers.

Con­certs have moved on­line to al­low the con­cert series to re­sume amidst lin­ger­ing COVID-19 re­stric­tions.

South West Arts projects and con­certs co­or­di­na­tor Dana McNally said The Tin­der­box­ers show prom­ises to be a fun show aimed at young per­form­ers.

‘‘We will be hav­ing a small in-house view­ing of the con­cert for those South West Mu­sic mem­bers aged 12 to 18,’’ she said.

‘‘The young per­form­ers will watch the con­cert from the Con­ser­va­to­rium and par­tic­i­pate in a Q&A with the band fol­low­ing the per­for­mance.

‘‘Ev­ery­one else will be able to view the con­cert via Zoom.’’

Formed in high school, The Tin­der­box­ers have al­ready scored a string of high pro­file sup­port slots. They have shared stages with the likes of Ruby Fields, Luca Brasi, Lime Cor­diale and Slowly Slowly.

Their jan­gly gui­tar pop, synth laden cho­ruses, pre­cise string ar­range­ments and emo­tive har­monies won them the Triple J Un­earthed Party in the Pad­dock com­pe­ti­tion ear­lier this year.

The band’s mu­sic draws on the ob­ser­va­tions and per­sonal ex­pe­ri­ences of front­man Alex Buk­tenica, of­fer­ing a unique chron­i­cle of 21st cen­tury Aus­tralian youth, and ex­plor­ing clas­sic themes of late ado­les­cence such as hope­less ro­man­ti­cism, feel­ings of iso­la­tion, poignant re­flec­tions on age­ing and the im­por­tance of home.

Links to the show are limited, so book in early at

■ The Tin­der­box­ers (from back) Will Squires, Jes Lewin­camp, Alex Buk­tenica and Sorin Vanzino will per­form for South West Mu­sic in Oc­to­ber.

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