Week 22

Week 22
Day 148 – 154
21 July 2016 – 27 July 2016
Zo Damage 365 Day Project

Week 22 of The Project includes Dirt River Radio at The Retreat, Plyers at The Grace Darling and a tone of great bands at The Tote with Blunt Shovel, The Ruiner, Witchskull, Headlopper and Dead Root. Week 22 also includes photos from Up The Guts at The Gasometer Hotel, the Steve Miller Band at The Old Bar and Sean McMahon at The Retreat.

Dirt River Radio © Zo Damage

Dirt River Radio
Day 148/366 – 21 July 2016

Dirt River Radio play The Retreat front bar in Brunswick.

Plyers © Zo Damage

Day 149/366 – 22 July 2016

PLY|ERS play their Vacuum Cycle launch in the basement at The Grace Darling Hotel, Collingwood.

Blunt Shovel © Zo Damage

Blunt Shovel
Day 150/366 – 23 July 2016

Blunt Shovel play Goatsound's Goatstock at The Tote, Collingwood.

The Ruiner © Zo Damage

The Ruiner
Day 150/366 – 23 July 2016

The Runier play Goatsound's Goatstock at The Tote, Collingwood.

Witchskull © Zo Damage

Day 150/366 – 23 July 2016

Canberra's Witchskull play Goatsound's Goatstock at The Tote, Collingwood.

Headlopper © Zo Damage

Day 151/366 – 24 July 2016

Melbourne Grindcore four-piece Headlopper supporting Dead Root at The Tote's Cobra Bar, Collingwood.

Scotdrakula © Zo Damage

Day 152/366 – 25 July 2016

Scotdrakula play Up The Guts Festival at The Gasometer Hotel, Collingwood.

Steve Miller Band © Zo Damage

Steve Miller Band
Day 153/366 – 26 July 2016

Steve Miller Band plays The Old Bar, Fitzroy.

Hawkmoth © Zo Damage

Day 154/366 – 27 July 2016

Quick stop into Goatsound Studios in Reservoir to say g'day before the night’s gig.

Sean McMahon © Zo Damage

Sean McMahon
Day 154/366 – 27 July 2016

Sean McMahon played a beautiful set in the front bar at The Retreat. That he did not smack the two tables of incredibly rude and overly loud fuck-wits across the head with his guitar was more than admirable.

On 25 February 2016 Zo committed to photographing a band or more every day for a full year with her 365 Day [Live Music Photography] Project. As 2016 was a leap year Zo photographed each of the 366 days, successfully completing her unprecedented project on 24 February 2017.

The Damage Report

Zo's book The Damage Report, released in August 2017, celebrates the successful completion of her 365 Day Project, offering an insightful look into live music culture from the perspective of the scene itself. Find out more here.

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