Wolf Alice

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Date Venue Status
Sep 23, 2018 Metro Theatre, Sydney - 18+
Sep 25, 2018 Corner Hotel, Melbourne - 18+
Sep 26, 2018 Corner Hotel, Melbourne - 18+
Sep 28, 2018 Eatons Hill Hotel, Brisbane - All Ages
Sep 30, 2018 Powerstation, Auckland - 18+

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Waax

Waax

AU SHOWS ONLY

Australia’s most electrifying punk band Waax emerged in the mid-teens, Waax’s early singles, ‘I For An Eye’ and ‘Wisdom Teeth,’ were tinged with the DIY tape hiss and violent, jagged edges you’d expect from a fresh, fierce band. They roared with an intensity and controlled chaos that had been distinctly missing from Australian music for years. The music was brutal, the energy frenetic, and above it all wailed De Vita, barking and biting with both unbridled passion and a subtle, melodic flow to her voice that made you want to scream along one second and sing along the next. Then came 2017’s Wild & Weak EP – a new line-up, a more mature sound, and this time a new songwriting lens. The focus of the lyrics was set inward, and for the first time lead singer Maz De Vita took to task her internal struggles as an exercise in catharsis.

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Miss June

Miss June

AKL SHOW ONLY

Miss June is a high-energy 4 piece monster which burst onto the NZ music scene in 2014 with the release of their intensely unapologetic punk EP ‘Matriarchy’. They've toured fervently off the back of this 10-minute-long ear punch, sharing the stage with artists such as Foo Fighters, Shellac, Shonen Knife, The D4, Die! Die! Die! The group, led by Annabel Liddell, has been described as “some unholy union between Sonic Youth and Le Tigre”. Combining elements of punk, no-wave and rock they create a sound with melodic hooks and fast driven riffs that are immediately recognisable and entirely their own. In anticipation of the release of their debut album, Bad Luck Party (scheduled for worldwide release in Novemeber 2018) they have been nurturing a more mature sound with the help of local legend Tom Healy in The Lab Studios. While still holding onto their DIY punk attitude, they have been channelling a more post punk/noise-punk sound unafraid and excitingly venturing into new and unexplored musical territories whilst evermore evolving.    

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SYDNEY & BRISBANE
7.00pm — Doors Open
8.00pm — WAAX
9.00pm — Wolf Alice


MELBOURNE
7.30pm — Doors Open
8.00pm — WAAX
9.00pm — Wolf Alice


AUCKLAND
8.00pm — Doors Open
8.30pm — Miss June
9.30pm — Wolf Alice


Stage times are a guide only and subject to change


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