MMK Music Promotions
Pop Punk Rock Party with Brixton Alley , Lifespan . 3 Hour Flight. Frozen Eddie & Sunday Sesh
Live music at King Lear's Throne where they sell booze and support local music.
All the cans are recycled and the money is donated to charity.
It's Pop, It's Punk, Its Rock, Its a Sunday Sesh Party !!
𝑩𝑹𝑰𝑿𝑻𝑶𝑵 𝑨𝑳𝑳𝑬𝒀 UK Stranded in Oz by choice
Brixton Alley are made up of best mates Jonny, Ben and Alex. The boys moved to Melbourne in January 2020, where they hit the ground running, with a string of shows at iconic venues across the city, culminating in an EP release just before lockdown struck.
After spending several months indoors, they decided to take a leap of faith and move to Queensland to start gigging again before the end of the year. They worked super hard, gigging across South East Queensland solidly for four months, during which time they released their summer party tune, This Party Sucks - a tongue in cheek look at the year that was 2020.
Their latest EP release, 303, dropped in January 2021 and was produced by Bugs drummer Brock Weston - producer of Triple J Hottest 100 legends, Beddy Rays and his own band, Bugs. Channelling the energy of artists like the Arctic Monkeys and The Wombats, the Brixton Alley boys pride themselves on delivering fast-paced, catchy tracks that tell a story and give an insight into the lives of three young guys growing up as mates.
Blending elements from indie, punk, rock and rap, their unique style is one that crosses boundaries and makes you want to dance around, leaving you with catchy hooks stuck in your head for days.
Gold Coast band Lifespan are no strangers to King Lears Throne and they are ready to party once again.
This five-piece pop-punk band were drawn together by their mutual love of pop-punk and punk-rock. Drawing influence from; Blink-182, A Day to Remember, Knuckle Puck and Story so Far
Brisbane 4 piece 3 Hour Flight have had their recording sessions for their EP interrupted with lockdowns.
Come cheer them up October 10th. They tore up the stage at Jimna Rocks Festival in May with their catchy punk emo tunes , a great band to get your mosh on.
Pop-punk/Easycore band with their hearts set on getting songs stuck in your head.
Three out of the four lads are originally from Cairns, and made the move to the big city in 2019.
In Brisbane they linked up with local guitarist Jordan who was recruited as their 2nd guitarist. Since then they have spent their time honing their craft, writing new material, and getting used to living in a city with fewer crocodiles than people. With gigs supporting Polaris and Hellions already under their belt, the 3HF boys are hungry to make a dent in the Brisbane scene. Right after the figure out how Brandons voice got so high.
𝑭𝒓𝒐𝒛𝒆𝒏 𝑬𝒅𝒅𝒊𝒆 Brisbane
Coming together in mid-2021 after the dissolution of their previous bands, Frozen Eddie are injecting leather, lipstick, and whiskey-soaked guitar solos into a decade that has thus far proven more in need of a heavy metal time than ever. Inspired by an array of sounds from 80’s metal to 90’s alternative, the band plan to bring back a classic heavy sound with a compliment of funk and groove that will have crowds both dancing and shouting the chorus.
Lead by frontwoman Brooke, whose vocals conjure visions of Rob Halford and Sebastian Bach, Frozen Eddie is backed by guitarist Ryan, whose lead licks land halfway between Mick Mars and Glenn Tipton, bassist Harry, who pops the bass like flea and thumps it like Tim Commerford, and Dom on the drums, who’s finesse with the skins can be described as a heavier Ginger Baker. With plans to play shows and tour, Frozen Eddie are not a band to miss in 2021.
𝑺𝒖𝒏𝒅𝒂𝒚 𝑺𝒆𝒔𝒉 Gold Coast
In a sea of copy indie rock bands, Sunday Sesh have refined their signature sound by creating music that bursts with confidence and just the right amount of arrogance. Originating from the Gold Coast of long-time friends Ethan Ridley, Cooper Young, Zenin Smith and Marcos Robbins who all share an intense amount of passion and drive for their creative vision. Living an unapologetically hedonistic lifestyle, the band reflects this to produce an aurally pleasing sound to captivate and seduce their audience of raucous, rebellious youths. Their outrageous and raunchy lyrics pair perfectly with their harmonious rock sound to evoke emotion, power, and thrill within the listeners. Sunday Sesh harnesses a profound ability to create a boisterous, “head-banging” atmosphere which pulsates through crowds and leaves listeners craving for more