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Drunken Moon Festival returns to Melbourne for its second year with a Rockin' Halloween live spectacle over three stages at the Espy. Line up comprises of the dirtiest live bands collected over one year… Brothers Grim and the Blue Murders, King of the North, Chris Russell's Chicken Walk, La Bastard, Digger and the Pussycats, Batpiss, Mesa Cosa, Sheriff, Guthrie, Rattlin' Bones Blackwood, Yard Apes, and the Drunken Poachers. Pure Rockin/Blues/'abilly/Filth/Torque-Action!
The Moz benefit roadshow will be rolling into Melbourne three weeks after Newks' Dozza's for the Mozza Blaze of Glory. It's to be a big, dual-stage-and-more shindig with a bevy of acts all intimately related to The Moz. All proceeds will be going the way of The Moz's rejuvenation/reimagining etc. All proceeds to the rebuilding fund: http://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-morrow-park-phoenix-project
This gig is gonna be off the hook!! YeeeHaw!!
Bio: Brothers Grim and their sex-voodoo-delta-blues-a-billy music was established in 2007 when the ‘Inabinet’ brothers - James and Matt Grim (Guitarist to look out for in 2011 - Australian Guitar Player Magazine) began writing songs inspired by the Blues music they grew up listening to.
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: Here's the trailer for the Chopped festival Documentary we're proud to be featured in... http://t.co/qqN9jRNmMO
“The Melbourne-based four-piece have been dismissing popular trends and belting out their own brand of hard rock-inflected Americana for five years now, and are finally set to release their first full-length next month. Featuring 11 tales of love, the devil and the drink, The Year To Forget is a startling début from a group that is unafraid to be unique… …The Year To Forget is a remarkable début from Brothers Grim. Not only does it show a group unencumbered by musical trends creating something truly unique, but their enthusiasm for the material is simply palpable. Featuring a strong mix of hard rocking tunes with reserved and emotional ballads, The Year To Forget also successfully showcases the band’s flair for stylistic variation. On the whole, a highly distinctive and enjoyable release from a band that looks to have a bright future ahead of them.”