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Fresh out the gate from 2 sell-out shows and a hometown multi-disciplinary arts mini-fest. Wollongong DIY garage punks are back, bringing their enigmatic and joyful spin on abrasive punk to the East Coast of Australia, with their sophomore E.P ‘Hoon 2.0’ in pull.
A band that is equally as animated and reckless in their performance, as their songwriting itself. Hoon have developed a chaotic neutral between composure and compulsion, with tracks that blend between raucous 2-minute punk to dynamic 5-minute medleys hinting towards psychedelia and sludge metal.
Hoon 2.0 seen it’s first light earlier in January 2019 with the first single ‘Partner In Crime’. The track was a preview and testament of the succinct and savage intentions driving the release. Described as “Unrelenting guitars, psychotic vocals, and pummeling drums – it’s we imagine it would sound like if Shellac, The Sex Pistols, and Refused had a demented lovechild” by Life Without Andy. Hoon 2.0 is the uncompromised outburst they’ve had stewing since their debut album in 2016.
Catch Hoon on the road this July and August, with their Wollongong psych, surf, garage and sludge punk counterparts Scab Baby as they celebrate the joy and chaos of Hoon 2.0.
Open Minded brings together Sydney’s best comedy and variety acts who happen to be available on the 4th Thursday of every month.
Join your host, Lauren “Lauren Hayward” Hayward for a curated evening of laughs from from Comed-A to ComedY (Comed-Z has been struck off pending an internal HR investigation).
Catch Open Minded, a funny little comedy variety show, 4th Thursdays 7:30pm in the basement of the Chippo Hotel.
t’s only been three months since FANGZ first show but Sydney’s newest four-piece punk rock band have certainly been making waves in their local scene. Kicking off their live shows with a four-week residency at the Hideaway Bar in Enmore. No one could have predicted that each night would see a line down the street - It seemed everyone wanted to join this beer-soaked, sweat fest!
FANGZ debut single “One For You One For Me”, recorded by Stevie Knight (The Dead Love) at Electric Sun studios, debuted exclusively on Triple J Unearthed 15th March 2019 and premiered at no.2 in the Triple J Unearthed Punk Charts (and later climbed to no.1).
The debut track was spun on Unearthed and then featured nationally on Triple J’s ‘Short.Fast.Loud’ within a week of its release, it’s undeniable this tune piqued some interest.
Now comes the time for FANGZ to head off on their first Headline tour as they buckle up and hit the road up and down the east coast of Australia in support of their new EP “For Nothing”.
“Resistance is futile.”
-Declan Byrne (Triple J)
NN&TD are back with another searing EP, 'Dumb Fuzz' and will be touring this July, setting venues up and down the east coast alight. Dumb Fuzz is a collection of songs that have risen to the surface of their boiling live show. Come and get seared to a crisp.
Triple J Unearthed (Dave Ruby Howe): Nick and co have really mastered the art of the knock down, drag out, fall down, pass out, wake up, do it all again kinda garage rocker."
Happy Mag: “Nick Nuisance & The Delinquents are bullshit repellents. Their music is hard and fast, recorded straight to tape or blasted to your ears through an amp the size of your fridge.”
The Underground Stage: “Nick Nuisance & The Delinquents are well-named. A ratbag noise made by a bunch of scamps who are both making good jokes and thinking of ways to rob you. The sort of thing to make your neighbours claw their own brains out of their ears, it’s a garage racket fit to raise the dead. And probably get a laugh out of them while it’s at it. Japes.”