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When:

Sat 23 Mar 2013, 8:00pm–11:45pm

Where: The Square, Corner of Hay Street and George Street, Haymarket, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

Listed by: Sue

The Synesthesia Massive presents The Hungry Mile & support live at The Square.

To celebrate the launch of Sydney’s newest creative services provider for local music makers we bring you a taste of things to come.

We are the brain trust collective for grass roots music promotion, big things are coming. It’s going to be, how you say...massive. Watch this space.

This will be a night of Sydney’s hottest emerging talent playing for your aural pleasure. Come locked, loaded and ready to rock the f#%k out!

The Hungry Mile are a four piece Alternative Rock band. Since solidifying their line-up in early 2012, the band have been refining their live show and performing extensively around the greater Sydney area. Covering a diverse background of influences the band has created a truly original sound which manages to avoid the well-trodden path of predictability. The band’s live performance is best described as energetic and intense, with powerful vocals filled with frustration and discontent, complex guitar melodies, driving bass lines and a clinical percussion section. This formula and delivery has proven successful in recent months, with sell-out performances at the Annandale Hotel and the Square in Sydney

Neo-grunge imath power-punk groove explosion. Sydney’s bangingest rockers bring the yeah! Pounding out of the Inner West warehouse scene. Hailing from the underground arts community in Marrickville since 2009, RocketHead is exploding forth with a modern power-house 3-piece sound that is both challenging and captivating to listen to. Blending the soul of rock, the power of prog, the groove of soul and the bounce of hip-hop, RocketHead are shaking up sounds with an exciting energy similar to tomorrows progressive rock.

Forming in late 2009, the Sydney based alternative rock outfit wasted no time in defining a distinguished sound and twist on the often stale elements of a typical rock quartet. The collaboration of The Wire exhibits an ability to construct and perform music with an awareness of balance using a unique fusion of intense rhythmic intricacy and a dark melodic essence. The Female fronted 4 Piece bring a fresh new edge and attraction to a steadily growing genre, bringing an aggressive live show that guarantees not to disappoint.

Draw are not concerned with the niche of genre. Draw are not bound by any musical bonds. Draw is influenced by music in all its forms. Big Roomy drums accompany fat grungy bass tones; distorted guitars accompany dirty saxophone lines. There is singing, there is rapping and there is yelling, the sound of several 100 bands combined into one. The 3 boys from Draw have been writing music for over 2 years, and have formed a musical repour not seen of in years. The Sydney based band write music that inspires them and drives them to be better musicians.

It sounds like the start of a bad joke, throwing two Aussies, two Irishmen and a Brit into a studio together and seeing what comes out. It's a miracle that Damien O'Kelly (lead guitar) and Mark Flynn (bass) even remember meeting each other one hazy night in Sydney's old Fitzroy Hotel, but a few weeks later, they found themselves jamming in a studio alongside Kurt Frolich (lead vox), Keirron Anderson (rhythm guitar) and Steve Gillett (drums). Despite a vast difference in professions, all 5 members of Sans Normality share 3 things in common; a love of rock, a love of all things alcoholic, and most importantly, a complete absence of normality...