King Tide + Trouble in Paradise Tickets
7:00pm, Sat 3rd June, 2017
The Rhythm Hut, NSW
Aria award nominees King Tide, Australia’s’ premier original Rock Steady Reggae gut soul band are back at The Rhythm hut this June. "Simply... and I have written this before, King Tide is one of the best live acts in this country" PAUL BUSCH (Faster Louder)
King Tide have appeared at just about every major music festival in the country, released a high charting compilation album, leased tracks and albums in the UK and Japan and been one of the most played rock steady reggae got soul bands on Australian radio.
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"There is much to marvel at when rock steady royalty King Tide take the stage"
~ BRETT WINTERFORD (Sydney Morning Herald)
"Infectious melody welded to sinuous rock-steady dance rhythms"
~ ANTHONY O'GRADY (The Australian)
"When the first song, the catchy 'Atomised' bounces into life, you know you are in safe rock steady hands'
~ MARTIN JONES (Rhythm Magazine)
Supporting King Tide on the night is local act Trouble in Paradise.
Hailing from NSW's Central Coast, Trouble In Paradise endeavor to push boundaries of expectation for 3 piece rock bands. Drawing sounds from both reverb-soaked surf riffs, and heavily distorted punk music yet landing somewhere perfectly in between, the band create an energetic and authentic live experience. Coming off the back of a successful debut EP release - "Strange Noises", Trouble In Paradise are out to get their powerful and dynamic live set on the road and carry the alt-rock torch forward.
Their sound is influenced by bands such as The Hives, Violent Soho, Dick Dale and his Del tones, The Jimi Hendrix Experience, Queens of the Stone Age, Sex Bob-omb and The Black Lips.
They've recently released their first single "Holding Out". It's currently up on bandcamp for free download, as well as soundcloud and triple J Unearthed.
Dinner, drinks and desserts available on the night. The Rhythm Hut is an all ages fully licensed venue. Strictly, no BYO. Under 18 must be accompanied by a responsible adult over 25.