Funk /Rock / Soul
Gooey Drop are a slinky, swampy, sludge-filled trio who’s bush and country origins bring a certain twang to their sound. They blur the line between funk and rock, with trippy elements of psychedelia, whilst always trying to captivate audiences with wit, laughter, and the comedically absurd. Coming off performing a bounty of successful Melbourne shows, the boys are touring north, on the hunt for more swarms to entertain
Ty La Be is a jazz funk soul trio that treats you to a sonic experience. All from the repertoire of lead singer and guitarist Tyla Moonchild’s original pieces she is accompanied by funk machine Rory Wilson on bass and the solid Bailey Brown on drums
Tap Hammer – rock. Inspired by hardcore punk, doom rock and alt rock
7pm Doors/Restaurant ?
$10 + booking fee
$25 +bf includes a a pizza