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Ding Dong Lounge Photography Exhibition

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The crème de la crème of Melbourne’s live music photography scene take to Ding Dong Lounge next week to display some of their best work.

For a limited time, Scott Boelsen, Jesse Booher, Katie Dutton, Rebecca Houlden, Lou Lou Nutt, Naomi Rahim, John Raptis, Brett Schewitz, Richard Sharman, Anthony Smith, Heidi Takla and Elleni Toumpas’s photographs will adorn the walls of the Melbourne venue with images the likes of Metallica, Black Sabbath, Madonna, Garbage, Marilyn Manson, Grinderman and more on display.

Between them, the twelve photographers regularly contribute to the top music publications locally and internationally and have taken hundreds upon thousands of live music photographs. With images captured from the smallest pub gigs to some of Australia’s largest festivals, both local and international bands are represented.

Like soldiers going into war, live music photographers battle extreme conditions in order to capture moments for the world to see. Dodging bodies flailing through the air; dark, sweaty trenches and thunderous crashes, the results of these photographers’ passion and hard work can be seen on the walls of Ding Dong Lounge from May 20th – 30th 2013.

HEAVY’s own John Raptis will be representing the Black Metal genre with a piece featuring Behemoth’s Nergal.

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