Soviet X-Ray Record Club
Soviet X-Ray Record Club

Music's X-Ray 'vision' gig

THE Old Baptist Church at the Top of Town will soon reverberate with the dark-psyche sounds of Ipswich-based band Soviet X-Ray Record Club.

Their performance will showcase the group's bleak and bittersweet brand of music on the cusp of their debut 7-inch vinyl release.

The band members have established themselves with performances at Brisbane's renowned Hi-Fi bar and smaller shows within the hipster-driven Valley scene and beyond.

This will be the first time however, that SXRC has performed their unique sound to a home crowd at Studio 188 - The Old Baptist Church's recently constructed, state-of-the-art performance complex.

The five-piece band describes its music as an overdose of reverb influenced by post-punk, shoe-gaze and psychedelic music - with a pinch of dreaminess.

The all-ages event will be supported by other local artists The Skinnie Finches and 19-year-old folk singer/songwriter Livy Shears.

Tickets can be purchased in advance at and are also available at the door.

Performance details

  • What: Soviet X-Ray Record Club concert
  • Where: Studio 188, 188 Brisbane St, Ipswich.
  • When: 7pm tomorrow.
  • Cost: $8 online or $10 at the door.

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