THE FILM INDUSTRY at The Railway Club

Photography by Leigh Eldridge :: I’ve seen The Film Industry play a few times, but I don’t write about them as much as I should. Captivated by the idea of post-rock, but moving to the groove of their brand of instrumental music, I can’t help but fall in love with them over and over again. They’ve described their music as “groove-oriented escape music,” and it’s the perfect way to wind down and enjoy a night out after a long day of work (or play). In a packed house at The Railway Club, The Film Industry had the crowd moving and grooving to their tunes, though in a large pub crowd the melodies can be drowned out by drunken chatter. Make sure you get close to the stage, because when people start crowding around you, you want to be able to hear The Film Industry play from start to finish.

Don’t despair if you haven’t been able to see them yet; they’re performing at The Railway Club on Saturday 20 March with The Bends and Go Ghetto Tiger, the same lineup as the night I discovered The Film Industry.

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