MYTH OF HER, WARWICK KENNEDY & THE STRANGERS, COSY BOSOM, GULLY DAYS

MYTH OF HER, WARWICK KENNEDY & THE STRANGERS, COSY BOSOM, GULLY DAYS

SUN 4 OCT @ 6PM

Price
$35 + Booking Fee
Bookings
(02) 9550 3666
Mode
Cabaret Mode - General Admission Seating
Tickets
On sale now @ The Factory Theatre
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SUNDAY SETLISTS featuring

Emerged from a disgustingly tasteful concoction of dirty hard-rock riffage, unhinged seismic rhythms, and soul wrenching wails turned up to twelve, Myth of Her lays down the law of a fierce, senseless live musical psychosis. Born in the east with flavours from the west, this unit is sure to hypnotise all into riotous shock after viewing such spine shrivelling sonic misery.

Warwick Kennedy And The Strangers are six piece ensemble hailing from Sydney Australia. Initially planned as solo project, Warwick quickly sought after the dynamic flexibility of a live band and as such accumulated a talented group of musicians. The result is a sound that marries the intimacy of singer songwriters such as Elliott Smith with the visceral ambition of a band like Iceage.

Having channelled the influences of reggae, ska and dub from an early age, Cosy Bosom drive a roots-heavy funk bus, full force into the blissfully uncertain depths of a darker, garage-rock realm. Slinging all sorts of ruckus around Sydney’s inner-west, Cosy Bosom are the brewers and distributors of a sickly sinister-reggae sound distilled with diabolical doses of spooky ska. With a relentless approach to effects-heavy guitars, mixed always with a stack of no-shits-given percussion, Cosy are armed with instruments to unite a new generation of active thinkers and conscious personalities that seek change.

Gully Days hails from the eastern suburbs beaches. Influenced by grunge, surf punk and rock.

TICKET PRICE INCLUDES 2 x DRINKS