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Music

CLUB WTF- Hanuman Spaceman

by The Cambodian Space Project (Cambodia/ Australia)

Dates

THU 25 FEBRUARY, 2016

Tickets

FREE
Presented by Brisbane Powerhouse

Take a trip to outer space with this trippy tropical rock opera by Cambodian rock sensations The Cambodian Space Project.

Dance the night away as The Cambodian Space Project’s 21st century sound mashes traditional Khmer rock and soul, while tropical visuals tell stories of adventure and big dreams.

Hanuman Spaceman is part of CLUB WTF.

Hanuman Spaceman is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body, and developed with the support of Khmer Cultural Development Institute in Kampot, Cambodia; Khmer Community of NSW Inc; Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre; and Arts Centre Melbourne.
Produced by
Intimate Spectacle

Reviews

I first heard TCSP on ABC radio, something about Channthy’s voice, one of those voices that gives you the shivers…

Paul Kelly

They’re a great band, the singer is amazing, really beautiful, the guitars really jump out at you, very affecting, great stuff.

Nick Cave

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About the Show

Credits

Created by Channthy Kak and Julien Poulson
Directed by Carlos Gomes
Video by Samuel James
Produced by Harley Stumm of Intimate Spectacle (Cambodia/Australia)

Performed by The Cambodian Space Project:
Vocal: Kak Channthy
Guitar: Julien Poulson
Bass: Sophea Bass
Drums: Bong Sak
Dancers: The Spacettes (Khen Vanthy & Khen Vanthurn)
Chapei Dong Veng: Master Kong Nay

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