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Got nothing to do on the 3rd January 2015... WRONG! Come down and be entertained by these awesome local bands at Yah Yah's, a place that brings you epicness and good times with ripper live music, great drinks and laughs. It will be that kind of night out where you wake up the next day and think, "ok one, those bands were awesome, two, where are my socks and three, holy shit I need some greasy food goodness." $13 entry fee for a priceless night out! Doors open at 8, stick around and have a beer with all the bands as well!!
For the first weekend of summer! Come down to Revolver on chapel street for what will be a live music experience. Animal Hands: Two Headed Dog, Villainettes, Clarke & White and Durk have been waiting for Melbourne to come out of hibernation and see the year off with a big party.
Animal Hands launch their new single "Roaring Girle" with support from Long Holiday & 3/4 Beast. FREE Jager shot for the first 50 punters!
Sounds Like: PJ Harvey, Magic Dirt, L7!, Nirvana, Babes in Toyland
Manager: Damon Eames
Bio: Animal hands are an indie rock band formed by singer songwriter Danielle Whalebone. She celebrated the release of her bands debut EP at Cherry Bar in April 2013, the self titled EP produced by Lindsay Gravina (Rowland.S Howard,Cosmic Psychos, Magic Dirt )has been described as “Authentic undergrou...See Full Bio
"Oozing lashings of classic grunge angst, with it’s deep tones and slow pounding rhythm, the EP extends on what we were given in Bed of Dolls to explore the bands talent further and show the skill base of each member. Opening track Defiance is a subtle by sexy opener, slow and methodic in it’s demolition of your ear drums, ready for second track Paper Crowns to open you up like a surgeon and really get into you. Track three is a beautiful and respectful cover of Matt Johnson’s (The The) This is the Day, and gives us a small insight into the musical influence of the band, while putting their own stamp on a very well known, and loved, song from the 80′s". "Overall, I love this EP, I love this band, and every track on here is a little pocket of greatness, never over-produced to mask imperfections but instead left raw as if the band were right there in your room with you."