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Fri 11 Oct 2013, 9:00pm

Where: Elsternwick Hotel, 259 Brighton Road, Elwood, Victoria

Restrictions: 18+

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Listed by: clare28

Kooyeh's new album Soul Cleansing is spreading like wild fire and is about to get dance floors up and down the East Coast alight with its mix of hard hitting Reggae, Soul, Hip-Hop, Roots, Pop and Motown grooves.

Announcing their 'Mountain Top' Tour, there is more than a spring in the step of this nine piece outfit, whose Spring dates will see them traverse Melbourne to Sydney and back again, with a good dose of Victorian and NSW regional love in there too, including shows in Newcastle, Port Macquarie, Coffs Harbour, Katoomba, Bellingen and San Remo.

Catch them at:
14th Sept: The Jewell Of Brunswick, VIC (w/ El Moth, $10)
25th Sept: The Basement, Sydney NSW ($5 at door)
26th Sept: Wickham Hotel, Newcastle NSW (Free)
27th Sept: Finnians, Port Macquarie NSW (Free)
28th Sept: Diggers Tavern, Bellingen NSW (Free)
29th Sept: Hoey Moey, Coffs Harbour NSW (Free)
4th Oct: Gearins Hotel, Katoomba NSW (w/ Cooking With Caustic, Chakra, $12 Pre Sale via Moshtix or $15 At The Door)
5th Oct: Blue Beat - Sydney NSW (w/ Gang Of Brothers, $20 Pre Sale via Moshtix or $22 at door)
6th Oct: Coogee Diggers, Coogee, NSW (Free)
10th Oct: The Evelyn, Fitzroy VIC (w/ Echo Drama, Up Up Away, $12 Pre Sale via Moshtix or $15 at door)
11th Oct: The Elsternwick Hotel, Elsternwick VIC (Free)
12th Oct: The Westernport Hotel, San Remo VIC (Free)
18th Oct: The Nightcat, Fitzroy VIC (Free)
19th Oct: The Jewell Of Brunswick, Brunswick VIC ($10)
25th Oct: The Nightcat, Fitzroy VIC (Free)
26th Oct: The Jewell Of Brunswick, Brunswick VIC ($10)

Kooyeh, the newest nine piece on the block, has traversed the Blue Mountains to Melbourne to record and release their debut album Soul Cleansing. Out now, Soul Cleansing has the music industry and fans alike ready to Cooee from the mountain-tops and get their reggae sway on.

With a DIY home studio made from 20 mattresses and a walled mishmash of carpet that would make even the most relaxed landlord quake in their boots, Kooyeh have cultivated the kind of share-house work-life comraderie that has produced some of the worlds greatest acts and albums.

Their live together, work together, play together attitude is reflected in their live shows, and audiences benefit from their synergy and their tight sound. Not a band to be easily labelled, their journey through reggae, soul, hip hop, dub and electronica keeps the group – and their growing crowds – on their toes.

With four vocalists, a horn section and a skankalicious riddim section, Kooyeh deliver a high energy show that keeps the dance floor buzzing as the spotlight sweeps between each of the singers, the riffing horn players, funky organ, bluesy guitar, and all the while the driving force of the bass.

Mountain Top is a nod to the band’s inception in the mountainous region of Katoomba NSW, before their mass migration to Melbourne. It was written about freeing yourself of the city for some relax time in their old backyard, about “something to get that shuffle in your feet”.

“Exploding onto Melbourne's live music scene late last year this incredibly talented band of young virtuosos are destined for the world stage and glory… their vibe reigned supreme with their soul enriching musical talents, gorgeous stage presence, impeccable rhythm and ethereal energy.”
(Toorak Times)