Friday 22nd July // 7pm // All-ages
Sunday 31st July // 3pm // All-ages
Rachel Maria Cox doesn’t even go here, they just have a lot of feelings. The Singer/Songwriter from Western Sydney via Newcastle has today announced the launch tour for their sophomore EP, I Just Have A Lot Of Feelings, which explores Cox’s struggles with mental illness as well as pocket dialling, Netflix binges and running into people you haven’t seen in years.
The EP will be released on Sad Grrrls Club records on Thursday July 28th, with Cox embarking on an 8-date tour to promote the launch. Accompanying them on the NSW dates will be label-mate Antonia Susan, a Blue Mountains based newcomer whose debut album was released by the label at the start of June.
Saturday 30th July // 3pm // All-ages
Death’s Grip Records Presents
Part 1 of the 2 part pre Damnation mayhem.
Melbourne “no la-la shit” hardcore
Sydney “geriatric day release and expensive hat” hardcore
Adelaide “no internet presence” hardcore
Melbourne “haven’t got a schtick for me to pick on yet” hardcore
NO DICKHEADS, NO BULLSHIT, NO BEEF.
Saturday 16th July // 7pm // All-ages
SICK MACHINE and MELCHIOR punishing the beautiful city of Sydney and playing some hard rock and roll tunes.
Sunday 10th July // 3pm // All-ages
Uncle Geezer, everyone’s favourite Tassy punk ex-pats living in Melbourne, are back to Sydney for their second visit. If you were lucky enough to catch them at DIY Harder Fest in Jan 2015, you’ll no doubt be craving another round of their hilarious stripped-back punk/grind shenanigans. The boys will be launching their new Skum Punk opus on tape, “She’s All Toke”, via STOCKED at the show. Pick up a copy cos they will be selling like hot cakes. Backed by Sydney’s own Grindmasters, Frame 313, Home Burial and Avian Terror, at the best venue in Sydney, this will be a Sunday Arvo not to be missed. No gronks.
Friday 8th July // 6pm // All-ages
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Crazy Spirit-esque hardcore punk sung in portuguese
De-tuned ‘post-punk’ in the vein of Toy Love/The Fall etc