Wednesday, 11th December 2013
The Basement, 29 Reiby Pl, Circular Quay
There is much to marvel at when rock steady royalty King Tide take the stage. From out of the fattest, deepest grooves come brooding horns, delay-warped keys and steady, muted stabs of electric guitar. Then comes a infectious melody welded to sinuous rock-steady dance rhythms. With appearences at festivals as wide and varied as "Womadailaide", "Sydney Festival opening night" "Peats Ridge" Play Ground Weekender" 'Wave Rock' W.A, Sub Sonic ' 'Raggamuffin', 'Island Vibes" 'Mullum Fest" the list can go on.
Simply says that King Tide are the preferred band at your festival. That King Tide are one of the best live acts in the country.
You could also call it unashamedly feel good music.Music that puts a dance in your step and a smile on your dial
But they have roots. Not only in the music they celebrate, but in their musicianship. This is a collective of vast experiences whose members have made commitments to master their instruments and it shows in the intricacy of the bands arrangements.
And though many in the roots 'scene 'might use the term 'pop' as a derogatory term, King Tide employ it to promote the fact that they actually crafts songs, rather than just jam endlessly on two chords in clouds of smoke.
Ocean Alley are a rude-rock reggae band hailing from Northern Beaches of Sydney. The six piece explore a new age of reggae, drawing inspiration from a wide range of artists. This combined with bands natural habitat produce a unique sound that is Ocean Alley.
+ WEEKLY: DJ Huwston & Friends dropping interplanetary platters on the decks...
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DOOR SALES ONLY
DOORS OPEN AT 8PM
PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:
All patrons must be over the age of 18
Please ensure you bring photo ID as proof of age
Dress is Smart/Casual at Manager's discretion. No thongs.
RESTAURANT (LA LUPITA) OPENING TIMES
LUNCH: Wed - Fri (12pm - 3pm) // DINNER: Tues - Sat (5pm - Late)