Hope you enjoy our latest podcast show “What lies ahead”.
On the show I look at a few of our competition and play some great songs.
A big thank you goes out to The Ugly Kings, secLuse and YIS for letting us play their songs on the show. Melbourne has some fantastic bands going around at the moment and make our show sound great (cause I bring the show down!).
If you have a band in Melbourne and playing gigs and want us to play your song on our show please email us at email@example.com, we would love to play your song on our show.
I apologies for it being just me too. I found it strange and hard creating the show on my own, hope you enjoy.
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Ryan Scoble (Drums) Christos Athanasias (Guitar) Nick Dumont (Bass) Russell Clark (Vocals)
Type of music:
Progressive Blues Rock
How long have you been together?
Best gig experience and Venue?
There have been many, perhaps the best was playing the Gershwin room during St Kilda Festival. Big crowd and an awesome night.
Next gig dates and venues?
Saturday the 6th of September at Yah Yahs w/ Tequila Mockingbird
Sunday the 14th of September at The Tote
Wednesday the 24th of September at Cherry Bar w/ Smoke Stack Rhino
Wednesday the 8th of October at The Corner Hotel w/ Leon Hendrix
Does anyone in the band follow the A-League?
Yes, I (Rusty, Vocals) have been following since it started, I have always been a big fan of the English Premier League and it’s great to have a home grown professional league.
If so, which A-League club do they support?
I follow two actually Melbourne Victory and Wellington Phoenix, I grew up in Wellington but I have lived in Melbourne for a long time. I have been to two grand finals that Melbourne Victory were involved.
Other favourite sports?
My other sport of choice is Rugby Union. (Go the All Blacks!)