OXBLOOD NIGHTMARE (USA) – Hardcore Gabber, direct from USA, one show only
with support from:
YARBLES (Last show) – Most hated/Best dressed/Finally dead
EXECUTION – Italio Oi!
VERTIGO – New breed of Geelong HC
ESP MAYHEM – Electro Crust Grind
$5 or PWYC
We acknowledge that this event is taking place on the stolen land of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nations. We pay respect to their Elders past, present and future. Sovereignty never ceded.
This will probably be the last ESP MAYHEM Melbourne show for a while cause Christoph’s moving to Brisbane soon so come on down! I think we’ll have CD’s and maybe shirts for sale as well…
Big thanks to Father Midnight and Paul Kidney for recently playing SPASMOSLOP and all sorts of other noisemusic flavours (including plenty of locals!) on their radio shows on PBS 106.7FM in the early hours of the morning. Paul even plays SUPER FUN HAPPY SLIDE and other grindcore stuffs too sometimes, what a legend!
You can stream past shows on their sites, chockers with interesting sounds… check ’em out!!
INTERSTELLAR OVERDRIVE with Father Midnight
EAR OF THE BEHEARER with Paul Kidney
Thanks as always to Kingbean.
Also, our extremely-overdue album is coming out May 2017!!! Stay tuned!!!!
Big thanks as always to Yunis Tmeizeh for these sweet photos of the KIYASU NOISECOREKESTRA at Magnet and my favourite part from the Tote show – audience participation by the guy with the crutches!
29/03 – Sydney – Life Groove Cafe – $6 Entry
Kiyasu (from Sete Star, Japan) Snare Drum Solo
Synchronized Periods (from Newcastle)
Melanie Eden/Leighton Arnold (vox/gtr/field rec)
Life Groove Orchestra
30/03 – Newcastle – Croatian Club – $5 Entry
31/03 – Melbourne – The Tote Upstairs – $10 Entry
Asbestosisis (album launch!)
01/04 – Melbourne – Magnet Studios – $10 Entry
02/04 – Brisbane – 28 Withington St. East Brisbane – $Donation entry
**Starts 5:30pm sharp!!**
Amanda Terry & Tim Green
Massive cheers to everyone local and interstate who has helped get this tour together! Great line-ups, I wish I could be there for the interstate gigs!
Seeing Kiyasu play solo was a highlight of my Japan trip last year for sure. He’s one of the most dedicated grind/noisemakers I’ve ever met, and this tour is entirely self-funded, so go give him the support he deserves!