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Pond live in Bangkok

Venue :

Nakarin Space, Bangkok, Thailand

Gate Open :

Approx. 30 minutes before show start.

Public Sale :

31 August 2017 , 10 am onward.

Ticket Price :

2,000 Baht


Show Date

Tuesday November 21, 2017  

Seating Plan / Pricing

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2,000 Baht
  • Reservations through the call centre are not available on 31 August 2017 10.00-12.00 hrs. and online purchases can be made by credit card or debit card only.
  • A maximum of 6 tickets may be purchased by each customer/per transaction.
  • There are convenience fee 3% for credit/ debit card charge
  • Ticket holders must be 15 years old and above only. Please show your ID Card or Passport at the entrance


POND who came into being amid the Perth scene which also spawned Tame Impala, have perhaps thus far been perceived to inhabit a hazy world of daily hallucinogen ingestion and all-eclipsing stoner apathy. Not so.  In ’15, Allbrook penned a thoughtful essay entitled ‘Creative Darwinism: Pretty Flowers Grow In Shit’, revealing how geographical isolation had fired his peer group into making inspirational music together.  
At the turn of the 2010’s, Western Australia was going through a boom, counter to the general economic downturn, thanks to the discovery of fresh seams of mineral deposits in its deserted expanses. Perth’s music scene shared in the wealth via government arts funding, so, consciously or not, their collective post-millennial take on sunshine-psych channeled that positive energy locally.

POND was formed during those years, as “a Royal Trux-cum-Cream power trio”, fronted by Allbrook with Jay Watson and Joe Ryan.  Their rhythm section at any time was fairly ad-hoc; Kevin Parker was their drummer for a bit, while he launched his own project, known as Tame Impala. 
POND started off by releasing three digital/limited-vinyl albums in quick succession circa 2008-10 (‘Psychedelic Mango’, ‘Corridors Of Blissterday’, and ‘Frond’), which few people got to hear outside Australia. POND only went genuinely public with 2012s ‘Beard. Wives. Denim’ – a pulsating psych-rock epic, whose alive-in-the-room methods diametrically opposed Parker’s circa ‘Lonerism’.
Kevin Parker has, of course, long since moved on to concentrate on Tame Impala, but he returned to produce this new record, at his studio in Fremantle, Western Australia.  “It’s really close to the beach there,” says Nick, “so for three weeks in early ’16, we made an everyday work schedule of going in and fucking about with the songs, and layering and using all the shit that we had, then going to dip our bodies in the ocean, then coming back and doing some more”.
Discover psychedelic sound with us.Please join Pond live in Bangkok on 21 November 2017 at Nakarin space . http://www.nakarinspace.com/
Tickets available at thaiticketmajor 02 262 3456
Ticket price : 2,000 baht

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