Jan 222016
 

EVEN_Oct_2014_Band-Photo_3-1024x768Get EVEN on Monday January 25 at Ding Dong!

It’s the day before the public holiday so you can stay up late and rock n roll all night!  And it’s your last chance to see EVEN before their drummer Matt Cotter heads off to central Australia where he currently resides.

Lucky EVEN fans will also be treated to a rare sighting of THE DEMON PARADE, awesome Spanish dreamy pop band DEAD PARTIES who just happen to be in town and great new band WILD MEADOWS.

Tickets are only twenty bucks through OzTix and the gig is at Ding Dong Lounge, Market Lane in the city on Monday January 25. Doors open 7.30pm.

This will be EVEN‘s last gig for sometime. See you at the bar.

Mon 25 Jan
Ding Dong Lounge

EVEN
The Demon Parade
Dead Parties
Wild Meadows

Doors 7.30pm
Tickets on sale now thru Oztix.

 

Presale: $20 + $2.30 booking fee

Door: $24

Buy online

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Sep 042006
 

Yo Groovers,

Check out todays Sunday Herald Sun in Melbourne for the very first review of the brand new (yet to be released) Bomba vs Laroz cd:

REVIEW:

In short: Aussie reggae great skillfully remixed.

Fronted by Nicky Bomba, who has collaborated with such leading artists as Joe Camilleri, Kate Ceberano and the John Butler Trio, this is an outfit that holds the title of Australia’s No.1 exponent of good-time reggae.

With ‘Bomba vs Laroz’ the band presents 10 choice cuts from last year’s brilliant ‘Learn To Breathe’ album as reworked by mixmaster Laroz. The recording also features two exciting new songs.

This is an upbeat recording that highlights Bomba’s smooth reggae stylings and presents the band in a way that is fresh and accessible to those with tastes that lean more towards funk, hip-hop and soul than reggae.

However, Laroz’s greatest mixing achievements on this album are its old-school dub reggae-styled tracks, such as ‘Black Cat’ and ‘One Fine Day.’

For a dance-oriented audience, the cool funk of ‘Kiss Your Fate’ and ‘Essence Changed’ deserve honourable mentions.

written by David Flaherty

Thanks, David!