Darlinghurst 1978-79 was a hive of groundbreaking music. Ed Kuepper's first band, The Saints, tore up the music world. It's a tradition that he's carried with The Aints!, one of the most dynamic rock & roll combos of the current era.
The Flaming Hands have come out of hibernation with their magnificent rock & soul delivered by Julie Mostyn with Warwick Gilbert on bass, Jeff Sullivan and Cub Calloway playing guitar, Phil Hall on horns and Barton Price drumming.
The Shy Impostors were a critical part of the post-Funhouse Sydney. Penny Ward was one of the first women rock & roll songswriters in this country and is backed by Sunnyboys Pete Oxley and Richard Burgman with Lipstick Killer's Michael Charles. "Where is the Professor? We need him now," Chris Bailey sang and the Professors delivered. They are back with the single "Go Out Tonight". This is a bill never to be repeated and not to be missed.
Sedition 2019 in association with the Power Institute, the City of Sydney and the Oxford Arts Factory presents, Do You Feel Lucky, Punk
A music gig featuring the Celibate Rifles and Filth.
Do You Feel Lucky Punk? Celibate Rifles + Filth
Wed, Sep 11 @ 8:00PM
Oxford Art Factory
Sadly on Saturday, August 3 Damien Lovelock the singer of the Celibate Rifles passed away. Damien personified all that Sedition 2019 represents: forthright, taking no shit, having fun and playing with ideas. We were honoured that he agreed to join us even though he was very ill. We are endeavouring to find an alternative headliner for the date..Damo would’ve liked that. He was a generous, charismatic and sometimes troubled guy who was determined not to live an ordinary life. And he didn't. As he sang on
'On a Blue Phone at the Green Iguana': "You see a cloud/ I see a rainbow/ we're both looking out the same window."