Week 37

Week 37
Day 253 – 259
3 November 2016 – 9 November 2016
Zo Damage 365 Day Project

From funk to sludge, week 37 of my 365 Day Project features The Tim Richmond Group and Watchtower sets at The Tote, Pearl Bay and Blyolk at The Old Bar, Emilia and the Scarlettes at Cherry Bar, Legends of Motorsport at Tago Mago and Screamfeeder at The Curtin.

Screamfeeder - Zo Damage 365 Day Project

Screamfeeder
Day 253/366 – 3 November 2016
Screamfeeder play The Curtin Bandroom, Carlton.

TV Haze - Zo Damage 365 Day Project

TV Haze
Day 253/366 – 3 November 2016

TV Haze supporting Screamfeeder at The Curtin Bandroom, Carlton.

Legends Of Motorsport - Zo Damage 365 Day Project

Legends Of Motorsport
Day 254/366 – 4 November 2016

Legends Of Motorsport play Tago Mago, Thornbury.

Horsehunter - Zo Damage 365 Day Project

Horsehunter
Day 255/366 – 5 November 2016

Horsehunter play The Tote in Collingwood for The Ruiner's album launch.

The Ruiner - Zo Damage 365 Day Project

The Ruiner
Day 255/366 – 5 November 2016

The Ruiner launch their self titled debut album at The Tote, Collingwood.

Emilia and the Scarlettes - Zo Damage 365 Day Project

Emilia and the Scarlettes
Day 256/366 – 6 November 2016

Emilia and the Scarlettes launch their Siren EP at Cherry Bar, Melbourne.

Blyolk - Zo Damage 365 Day Project

Blyolk
Day 257/366 – 7 November 2016

Blyolk live at The Old Bar, Fitzroy.

Pearl Bay - Zo Damage 365 Day Project

Pearl Bay
Day 258/366 – 8 November 2016

Pearl Bay play the Bloom Exhibition opening at The Old Bar, Fitzroy.

The Tim Richmond Group - Zo Damage 365 Day Project

The Tim Richmond Group
Day 259/366 – 9 November 2016

The Tim Richmond Group play The Tote, Collingwood.

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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