Mum's Spaghetti - Brisbane is back yet again for an extra large serving of free live music. This time around we've got 4 tasty bands playing over 3 long hours to celebrate 2 fresh new releases: STUMPS, Big Whoops, KB Theory & Garage Sale.
Wednesday the 2nd of May, Black Bear Lodge.
STUMPS may still be fresh faces to many but make no mistake, this Sydney four piece have wasted no time at all in snatching the attention of music fans, industry heads and tastemakers around the country.
Their newly newly released debut EP, ‘Just Another Stay at Home Son’ is not only a great snapshot of how far STUMPS have come in a short amount of time, but a great introductory piece for newcomers alike. Musical influences come steeped Brit-pop and alt-rock traditions; Kyle Fisher’s vocals switch from haunting to hypnotic, while indie-rock guitar riffs crash and weave within the melodic arrangements that make these songs irresistible to bop to.
It didn't take long for Big Whoops to find their feet after coming together in the early months of 2017, with a release of their first demo; altering the normality of the Punk-Rock sound by incorporating fast-paced rap-like vocals over a Motown drumbeat.
Riding their way up the food chain the boys have now released their official Debut single titled 'Slither' and are keen to celebrate it's release with you.
Garage Sale are a young indie rock outfit from Lennox Head, who formed as a result of four mates bonding over a love of AFL and loud music, first named Project Jurassic.
Now with a clear direction, a new name and one less member, the band have an exciting future ahead. Their sound has been described as dream grunge. Garage Sale draw influence from Australia's greatest bands such as You Am I and Children Collide as well as American indie heroes Dinosaur Jr and bands like Teenage Fanclub to provide a blistering live set drenched in reverb and punctuated by a tight low end rhythm section.
KB Theory are a Brisbane-based indie Rock/Pop band with hard-hitting, catchy riffs that will take you on a musical journey. Blending influences from Australian classic noughties rock with a dose of catchy pop, they’ll leave you wanting more. Taking their cue from the classic Australian sound of Thirsty Merc, the boy band sound of 5 Seconds of Summer and the electronic samples of The 1975 they have created their own fun blend of indie pop/rock and give the crowd a show to remember. Their desire to provide a beat to move will captivate and keep you coming back for more.
Catch them on Wednesday the 2nd of May, live at Black Bear Lodge.