Yours & Owls and Dicey Riley's presents
Dicey's Saturdays w/ Horace Bones // Legal Aliens // Kitten Heel // Birdsville
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Dicey Riley's have teamed up with Yours & Owls to bring you a free weekly party of punk, rock'n'roll and alternative music.
With bands from both interstate and the home-grown talent pool, music will kick off from 9pm EVERY Saturday with FREE entry.
Welcoming Special Guests:
- Horace Bones
Australian-Gothic punks Horace Bones make intense, dark and frenzied music. Inspired by the likes of The Birthday Party, The Drones and The Cramps, the four-piece ransack the shadows of the Australian landscape and psyche to produce a sound equally unique and gut wrenching.
Born from the remnants of a house they've shared/soiled since 2015, the band comprises of members: Christian P Fish (drums), Caz (lead guitar), Dern Cockburn (bass) and Oisin Kelly (guitar/vocals).
Cutting their teeth on stages shared with the likes of Pulled Apart By Horses (UK), British India, The Pretty Littles, Bad//Dreems and Lurch & Chief, has seen each show mount with sweaty uproarious anarchy. Add to that, a signing to boutique management label Thirds Music and jaw-dropping sets at NYE On The Hill and St. Kilda Fest, its clear why Horace Bones' are becoming one of Australia's most dangerous up and comers.
Short. Fast. Aggressive.
We're not ur novelty; female-fronted ain't a genre.
We're angry and we're unapologetic.
- Kitten Heel
A recording project of Jareth Leslie-Evans and Jourdain Vitiello, Kitten Heel is the result of three years in contemplation. Pieced together in a makeshift studio on the far South Coast, Peephole Gallery is the first single off their debut record - Club Dust. The Kitten Heel sound is rooted in a Punk/New Wave ethos with off kilter synth work creating a unique punch in the groovy guts. Taking to the stage a five piece, the band arrive with 4 synths, a computer and a questionable affection for the cowbell - a spectacle in itself.
Birdsville are a three-piece rock band that blur the lines of punk, post-punk, emo, indie and grunge. The band have worked hard to create a sound and style of their own; one that is unique yet familiar and not dictated by fashion and trend. Birdsville are excited to be releasing new music recorded, mixed and produced by Jonathon Tooke (Cry Club, Jack R Reilly, Basil's Kite). The debut single from Birdsville - No Reaction - is out now, and the band's first full length album - How To Lose Your Mind - is set to be released in early 2019.