Look at this line up, seriously though, have a look!
Some of Australia’s most popular and iconic acts all together at the Lansdowne! 2 floors, 9 bands and a bucket tone of fans. This show sold out super quick, and it's any wonder why.
Headling the event was Skeggs who have been blowing up faster than balloons at a kids party. Combined with pub rock royalty Comsic psychos and their mates Ute Root. Young Sydney locals Pist Idiots always get the crowd going with their heartfelt and emotional chants. Scabz who have been tearing it apart lately along with Buzzkull, The Cloacas, Screech and our local northern beaches mates Crotch. This mini-fest is the combined powers of Space 44, Misfit Mad Minds and General pants co, the event was also sponsored by Philter Brewery.
Now, “when is it? How can we get tickets?” Too bad, it’s done, over, finished, but here are a few special mentions of the night.
Hilly from Crotch Band got the room warmed up with his grizzly pipes and catchy lines. Also Kitty their dynamic drummer runs our Inferno 7A's
The Cloacas, fronted by Misfit’s own Jake Vincent, go hard. I’m not talking this ‘pop punk’ jump around talk about feelings hard. This is pedal to the metal 100%, all the time. A patron even split their head during their set kind of hard. Would highly recommend seeing them with a helmet on.
Pist Idiots always manage to get the crowd going with their hearty anthems and classic sing alongs. This gig was no exception with the top floor of the Lansdowne packed from stage to toilets, the Pisties have been going from strength to strength. Good to see our very own "Belton Jon" on drums repping his 5B Infernos.
Comsic Psychos are iconic, and you don’t become iconic over night. They turned up the heat with their angry antics and solid rock classics, it was no surprise they left the crowd chanting for more.
If you missed it, were sorry but maybe you can live vicariously through this video or photoshop yourself into some crowd shots. Get funds together earlier, buy a ticket. Cancel your friends party, tell em’ where the real party’s at. Word on the street is next year will be 10 times bigger!
We won’t forget this one soon... Unless your the guy with a split head or managed to cop a flying skateboard to the face, thanks Irvine.
Video | Photos | Edit | Write Up | Alex Knocks