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THE SMITH STREET BAND (AU) + THE BENNIES (AU) + COMA COMMANDER (BE) + THE DECLINE (AU)
Monday 26 June, 2017 at 19:00 - 23:00
JC Kavka, Oudaan 14, Antwerpen
THE SMITH STREET BAND (AUS – Pool House Records)
The Smith Street Band are an Australian rock band from Melbourne, Victoria, in which the Smith Street of their name can be found. The band have released two EPs, South East Facing Wall and Don’t Fuck with Our Dreams—released in 2010 and 2013, respectively—and three studio albums, No One Gets Lost Anymore, Sunshine and Technology and Throw Me in the River—released in 2011, 2012 and 2014, respectively. They will return with a new release, called “More Scared Of You Than You Are Of Me”
THE BENNIES (AUS – Uncle M Records / Poison City Records)
The Bennies are an Australian melodic punk/ska/reggae band from Melbourne, Victoria who formed in 2009 under the name Madonna. The band have released three studio albums – “Party! Party! Party!” (2012), “Rainbows in Space” (2013), and “Wisdom Machine” (2016). They have also released two EPs – “Better Off Dread” (2013) and “Heavy Disco” (2014).
If one band knows how to throw a party, it is definately The Bennies.
COMA COMMANDER (BE – Bearded Punk Records)
This punkrock outfit hails from Diest and already has an impressive list of milestones. In 2016 the band played Groezrock’s Watch Out Stage. They also recently released a new record, a split with Harsh Realms.
THE DECLINE (AUS – Pee Records)
Since the release of their debut album “I’m Not Gonna Lie to You” in 2010, Australian Skate-Punk band, The Decline, have grown to be a recognisable name in the international punk community. The release of their sophomore album “Are You Going To Eat That” in 2011, scored the band a headlining tour of Europe, a Japanese tour with Israeli pop-punkers Useless ID and So-Cal 90′s super band Implants, and a coveted mid-afternoon spot at Soundwave Festival in Perth. Soon after in early 2014, The Decline released the fully crowd-funded “Can I Borrow A Feeling” EP before jumping straight back into a heavy touring schedule.
2015 saw a lineup shuffle, however this didn’t slow them down. The Decline headed straight back into the studio to record their 3rd album, Resister which was released on Adelaide based Punk/Hardcore label Pee Records.
Presale: 9€ (excl. service fee) / Doors: 12€
On sale: Friday 10/03/2017 10AM