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Friday, October 19, 2012

Melomanic Sessions No.6 - We Have A Llama

It's that time again, when the Melomanic Sessions swings back into town. For those who haven't heard of them already, where the heck have you been?? The Warehouse Project in Maradana hosts the Melomanic Sessions every 2-3 months; an evening of chilled out acoustic music by some budding local talent, including a few bands like Salvage, MagicBox Mixup, and Cynosure to name a few. It's not a performance, it's just a very cool, very laid back environment with some easy listening, good friends and the Warehouse Project's famous chocolate cake.
This month we have an interesting lineup, but most important of all it will be the debut of Melomanic's very own Asela Perera's EP titled "Evenings In The Sun". Yes, turn up tomorrow to be the first to get your hands on some great original music from our own shores. I've already written about it here, go read up if you haven't heard his music yet.
Here's the lineup for tomorrow:

- Arshad
- Gehan
- Nipun
- Shaafo
- Asela & Rushinee
- Isuri
- Dave
- Magicbox Mixup

Also happening tomorrow? The Warehouse Project will be carrying out "Dispatchers", a fun programme that aims to fill up the fissures of broken walls and buildings worldwide using multicoloured plastic building blocks (Lego). All are welcome, all you have to do is turn up and grab your bag of blocks and get going! You can read up more on the international programme here, and click here to get yourself signed up for tomorrow's event at the Warehouse.

Finally, there is a llama in the poster.

Honestly, what more could you want?

If you don't know how to get here, it's just after the Maradana roundabout, as shown below.

(If my drawing is too crude for you, here, go find it yourself!)

Click here and let us know you're coming, and see you tomorrow!

1 comment:

anu_a said...

Dude the Llama reminds me of Winamp! blast fr the past.

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