Week 47

Week 47
Day 323 – 329
12 January 2017 – 18 January 2017
Zo Damage 365 Day Project

Good mates, new faves and chilled out Sundays, Week 47 of my 365 Day Project delivered a great mix of vibes and music. Highlights for the week were Enzyme and Uptown Ace sets at Last Chance Rock & Roll Bar and Teeth And Tongue for Monday Night Mass at Northcote Social Club. Also featured in Week 47 are We Lost The Sea at Northcote Social Club, Religious Observance at The Bendigo, Kimba for a relaxing Sunday arvo of jazz at The Fitzroy Pinnacle and The Berkley Hunts at The Old Bar, Fitzroy.

Enzyme - Zo Damage 365 Day Project

Enzyme
Day 323/366 – 12 January 2017
Enzyme smashing it at Last Chance Rock & Roll Bar, North Melbourne.

Religious Observance – Zo Damage 365 Day Projecct

Religious Observance
Day 324/366 – 13 January 2017
Religious Observance at the Bendigo Hotel, Collingwood.

We Lost The Sea - Zo Damage 365 Day Project

We Lost The Sea
Day 325/366 – 14 January 2017
Sydney's We Lost The Sea play to a full house at Northcote Social Club, Northcote.

Kimba – Zo Damage 365 Day Project

Kimba
Day 326/366 – 15 January 2017
Kimba and her band bring mellow vibes and jazz to The Fitzroy Pinnacle beer garden, Fitzroy North.

Teeth And Tongue - Zo Damage 365 Day Project

Teeth and Tongue
Day 327/366 – 16 January 2017
Teeth and Tongue for Monday Night Mass at Northcote Social Club, Northcote.

The Berkley Hunts - Zo Damage 365 Day Project

The Berkley Hunts
Day 328/366 – 17 January 2017
The Berkley Hunts play The Old Bar, Fitzroy.

Uptown Ace - Zo Damage 365 Day Project

Uptown Ace
Day 329/366 – 18 January 2017
Uptown Ace play a killa set at Last Chance Rock & Roll Bar, North Melbourne.

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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