Prepare yourself for a night of Garage madness down at the Gas-o-meter on the 7th of September! Joining Dead Planet 1964 for a night of debauchery are Dead End, whose unique brand of punk is interwoven with a complexity matched only by their momentum, Miss Miss with their kick-arse riot grrl tunes and Mama Lade with their doomy, dread filled garage-punk. Come along to and have a few pints and see these bands cook up some spicy hot mind-blowing-hip-shaking-foot-tapping Garage grooves.
Dead Planet 1964: Dead Planet 1964 is comprised of four terrestrial beings who create dark parables concerning love, death and dinner and the hazards surrounding. Their unique brand of storytelling sits atop monolithic riffs that invoke Sabbathian witchcraft. Dead Planet 1964s gritty garage doom vibes can be found lurking in bars and pubs around Melbourne.
Miss Miss : Miss Miss are a newly formed Garage Punk band based in Melbourne. Working with a minimal setup, these two fiercely femmo babes are heavily inspired by Riot Grrrl and are here to smash gender expectations with a cheeky sense of humour. When they’re not dropping bangers north of the river, Miss Miss are probably at home drinking beers and watching Family Feud in their underpants.
Dead End: Dead End are a punk band that have been ripping it up all around town since they started playing at the beginning of the year. Having just released their debut EP the boys are ready to continue with their ‘intelli-punk’ with other Melbourne punk bands. With hints of another 2 EP’s to be released by the end of this year, this is a ‘must keep your eyes peeled’ type of band.
MammaLade: Hailing from Footscray, Melbourne. Mammalade consists of three scumbags that deliver a form of music that depends heavily on being loud, abrasive and above all else a solid groove. Their live show doesn’t so much work too activity to earn the audiences attention but rather too ensnare it with an intensity and absurdity that can only be provided by lunatics.