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Greta Mob & Captives Friday the 13th bash

When:

Fri 13 Dec 2013, 8:00pm

Where: Spurs Saloon, 18 King Street, Devonport, Burnie Devonport and NW Tas

Restrictions: 18+

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  • General Admission: $10.00
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Listed by: GretaMob

Greta Mob hit Tasmanian shores for the first time launching their debut album and are set to join the stage supporting local ghouls Captives for this special Friday the 13th fright night.

Its Friday the 13th so we thought we would put on a show for the dark and mysterious creatures of Devonport. If you like your music loud, and rockin' and absolutely filthy, then this is where you will want to be when the zombie apocalypse hits Tasmania this December.

Two bitchin' bands. One local. One from Sydney.
And one hell of a party.
Dress to impress. Bring out the dead

GRETA MOB
Their debut album ‘Let The Sunburnt Country Burn’ was written, produced, mixed and engineered by bandleader Rhyece O’Neill between Berlin, Sydney and a shearing shed in Western NSW.

Since the release of their debut single "The Petite Bourgeois Blues" in May, the band has gone onto become one of the Sydney’s most talked about live bands.

Based on their live reputation alone, Greta Mob have been invited to support bands including Beasts of Bourbon, Swervedriver, The Ape, Hanni El Khatib and White Denim.

‘Let The Sunburnt Country Burn’ is the foundation stone upon which the live band is built. Barely together 12 months as a live unit, people are taking notice:

Select Quotes:
“looking forward to hearing the album!" Richard Kingsmill Triple J / @triplejtheking

“They’re the best band in Sydney.” Spencer P Jones

"There are zero frilly hipster pretensions with these guys - their sound is sexy and punchy as hell." The Brag - live review from Beasts of Bourbon support show in Sydney

“one of the best releases we’ve ever received… This is music in its purest form.” Hhhhappy.com

"like Nick Cave on heroin or Gary Clark Jnr's playground bully. Mixed with shards of post-punk sediment, it's blues rock of the dirtiest calibre." One For The People (UK)

“truly wonderful” The Music

CAPTIVES:
We live on an Island. Not your typical Caribbean type place surrounded with palm trees and coconuts, this is a convict island. In the 1800s somebody came up with a great idea to pack all the dregs of society onto a wooden boat and ship them off to the other side of the world. Over one hundred and seventy three years later here we are in a Rock ‘n Roll band called “Captives”.

After spending much of the past year writing material, we set sail for Melbourne to begin recording our debut EP. Just like our ancestors who came before, we spent the days that followed locked in a small room being tortured by the producer Tom Larkin, and Engineer Ben Ehrenberg.

We tracked everything live in the studio which was something none of us had done before, and captured the sound of a band in its natural habitat. After enduring the scorching heat and creating brutal beats, we celebrated our studio parole time on a pole dancing mystery bus tour. Winning!

If we were going to describe Captives to you then this Bio would probably sound like every other on the internet these days and you would of most likely stopped reading by now, but what we can tell you is that this band is a heap of fun to be a part of, it’s sort of heavy and punk and even though at times the music may sound a little scary, we do get told we are a pretty nice bunch of dudes. If we had to come to your house for a sit down dinner with your parents we would fit right in.

So next time somebody asks you about “Captives”, you can tell them the story of five dudes who live on an island, deprived of tropical fruits making music together.