The Hazys

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31 May
The Old Bar

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Hey, Hey! We’re The Hazys!! We’re from Adelaide and we make some groovy music while wearing alot of pink :) 2023 saw The Hazys burst onto Adelaide’s live music scene with their fresh, new sound that cannot be defined into a single genre. The Hazys supported many iconic Adelaide bands, as well as headlining multiple gigs such as their recent debut single launch, ‘Had Enough’ and ‘Trampoline’, which are both apart of their debut EP ‘Honest Lie’ In a short time, this new band has already attracted a large following as audiences are captivated by their energetic stage presence, infectious grooves, heartfelt lyrics and soulful melodies. Catch them at a gig as they tour their EP!!

Catchy choruses and nostalgic verses characterise the Olympic White sound. The lads are regulars on the Melbourne live music scene, lighting up pubs with their live performances. The boys’ first, self titled album came out in 2022, and their follow up Ain’t That Livin’ was released in September 2023.

Longboys are a four-piece rock band from Melbourne’s east. The band’s signature sound is a unique blend of indie and old school rock, characterized by catchy melodies and hook-laden guitar riffs. Their music draws inspiration from a wide range of influences including Mac DeMarco and The Doors, as well as fellow aussies Bad//Dreems. Formed in 2017, Longboys quickly made a name for themselves in the Melbourne indie scene, earning a reputation for their energetic songs and rowdy live performances. Following the release of their debut EP, ‘Scenes,’ in 2018, Longboys’ sound has continued to evolve as they’ve matured as a band. Their eagerly anticipated new album is set for release later this year, with lead singles ‘More and More’ and ‘Needing You’ offering a sneak-peek into what to expect. Longboys’ live shows are also full of new tracks and old favourites, with the their infectious energy leaving audiences wanting more.

Mending indie rock with post punk, The Brads have cemented themselves within the live music scene as an act that everyone must see at least once. With triple j host Declan Byrne saying ‘fusing that brash attitude with the coastal reggae sound is a bold move and it pays off.’

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