Fire the retro blasters and re-enter the atmosphere…
After some drifting through the deep sonic universe The Datsuns can finally reveal special guests for this Australian tour as it hurtles through the planet.
The Datsuns latest album Deep Sleep elaborates on their signature breakneck-paced rock’n’roll delving into more menacing terrain summoned from the bands collective proto-metal 70s influences; Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, Blue Oyster Cult and Bloodrock, to name a few. Semi-tones are thrown in amongst blues scale riffs creating a darker, more evil sound that summons images of 1970s cult film super-villains.
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After national radio success and an abundance of love from critics Australia-wide with singles ‘Highway’ and most recently ‘Lemonade’, Glass Skies are finally ready to release their self-titled debut EP.
Taking their cue from the likes of Beck, Canned Heat and Eagles of Death Metal, Glass Skies began as a duo of meticulous songcrafters in early 2013, and soon took their widescreen roadtripping sounds to the livestage. Their tumultuous live show has seen them share the stage with the likes of Pond, Regular John and Deep Sea Arcade.
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Friday the 21st of February will see the first Live at Your Cosmic Mind event take centre stage at Sydney’s Brighton Up Bar. A sonic-visual hybrid experience in every sense of the word, Live at Your Cosmic Mind will bring together art and music in a bewitching, unpredecented mindmeld.
Sydney artists Sindy Sinn and Mike Watt will take you on a journey that will push the boundaries of the mind until they shatter, taking their art to the wall as they sculpt the trajectory of a trip. Meanwhile, bands you may have heard of Raindrop, Glass Skies, Gypsys of Pangea and Grand Oyster Palace, will be scoring the trip, their psychedelic soundscapes working in tandem with the visuals to generate an unforgettable, mindblowing experience.
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