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Thursday
19
APR

Asylum Sis†ers & Giant Clam at Bar 303 w/ Fritzwicky, Good Grief

19:00
01:00
Bar 303
Event organized by Bar 303

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A bunch of somewhat sad bands for a fun sad night in Northcote.

Asylum Sis†ers
A local 4 piece industrial metal electro band- Asylum Sisters. Originally from Los Angeles, these dirty talents have been around for a few years now and over the years not one show hasn't drawn in a massive crowd. They are extremely vibrant, great entertainers and fun enough to play for a massive crowd of alternative lovers. I can honestly say they would do amazing as a line up act. Not your average metal act, which is why they would be successful.

Giant Clam
Math-Prog 5 piece with big, wonky tunes, formed in 2015.
Featuring members from Grotto, Future Corpse, Lopaka, Space Cadet.
Things go from noodley to twinkly to epic but the band is mostly either counting while looking at each other or looking at the floor. FFO: Trailer Park Boys, Smokes, Other stuff, etc.

Fritzwicky
Formed in Melbourne in 2008, Fritzwicky bring a unique mix of influences together in a mix of experimental alt-rock. Fritzwicky have a reputation for unpredictable, high energy live shows and a penchant for not taking themselves seriously enough.

Good Grief
Shoegaze/Post-Rock 5 piece who play some gloomy stuff that gets big, while being haunted by the spidery voice of a talented vocal web-slinger. Featuring the entirety of Minorfauna as members.

Doors at 7PM, bands start at 8PM.
$10 entry or $5 concession

Venue

Bar 303