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Product // Lexicon

Product bring their unique take on post punk minimalism to the Post Office Hotel.

Joining them are Lexicon all the way from Brisbane filling all your late 70s, early 80s bratty punk needs.
Two bands for free, what's not to like?

Music from 9-11pm.

Check it out!


Lexicon are a punk band from the humid confines of sunny Brisbane, Australia. Fueled by a hectic need to mine the depths of minimalist rock music, to create something simultaneously ugly and appealing. Hooky and abrasive. Stupid yet smart. Kinda like Brisbane itself?
Phoebe (Pleasure Symbols) up front, seething bits about isolation, disgust and personal growth. Ruby (Babaganouj) on drums, Daniel (woodboot) on bass, and Sam (woodboot, occults) on guitar.
Lexicon were once described as propulsive, and that is fair.


"PRODUCT have succeeded in creating a seething maelstrom of ominous feedback, layered guitar, cyclical riffs, deadpan vocals and relentlessly tight playing which - in the tradition of so much great post-punk/dark wave - is both sonically challenging and deeply hypnotic. They make me think of Avant Records, LEBANON HANOVER, QUAL etc as much as older post-punk or jazzy art-punk jam bands - clearly there's more than one trick up their sleeves. The recording is itself spacious and atmospheric, which only adds to the quality of the music. Killer set of songs."
- No Exposure Zine

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Earlier Event: 15 June
Poppongene // El Tee
Later Event: 17 June
Angus Leslie // Electric Self