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Kraken Presenting: For The Love Of Music


Sun 19 Apr 2015, 6:00pm

Where: Triffid, 7-9 Stratton Street, Newstead, Queensland

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $12.75
  • Additional fees may apply

Listed by: ScrabblePR

For the Love of Music

Drawing on inspiration from the likes of Radio 1’s Live Lounge, and Triple J’s Like a Version, Kraken Presenting: For the Love of Music is a live music event like no other. 6 amazing bands from the greater Brisbane area, all of varying styles and genres, are encouraged to present only their best originals and throw some awe-inspiring, creative covers into the mix. Although their musical styles are eclectic to say the least, the one attribute that unites them is the fact they are all fantastic musicians who aren’t afraid to spice things up a bit. This show is the first of its kind and one guaranteed to impress music lovers from all walks of life.

Live at The Triffid Sunday 19th April at 6pm will be:

Jukebox Heroes

Jukebox Heroes are a Brisbane band giving you classic rock at its finest—playing rock and pop hits that span the decades—from Abba to Zeppelin! Based in Redcliffe, this five-piece band have been a part of the Brisbane music scene for over four years, entertaining the crowds with their unique brand of well-honed world-class music. They are also well established songwriters with a catalogue of original songs. Their repertoire is eclectic and diverse with ‘note-for-note’ covers and experimental originals. They offer a mix of songs that take you on a nostalgic journey filled with fond memories of all your favourites and guarantee to have you dancing the night away.


Cordeaux is a 4-piece alt rock band making their way across all of Brisbane’s best stages. If you’re into riff-centric, groove-laden and vocally intricate rock ‘n’ roll, you’ve come to the right place. The band formed in 2012 when singer, Jamie Lin Shelton, and multi-instrumentalist, Jordan Brunoli, decided it would be their goal to write, record and release a record. What followed was 2 years of jamming and arguing over ideas, recording demo after demo and finally piecing together 10 guitar-driven, vocally awesome tracks. These 10 songs are what make up Cordeaux’s 2014 debut album, I Saw a Spaceman. With influences such as Queens of the Stone Age, Jeff Buckley, The Living End, John Butler Trio, Blink 182, Paramore, Foo Fighters and Muse, Cordeaux eagerly set out to create something unique—resulting in the band having a blend of alternative rock, acoustic, pop rock with hints of a heavy rock style.

Captain Dreamboat

The soul/R&B/jazz-inspired septet, Captain Dreamboat, hail from one of Brisbane’s most musically vibrant locales, West End, with lead vocalist and songwriter, Ofa Fanaika, having amassed a large local following over the past decade through her powerful solo shows and involvement with popular reggae/dub act Chocolate Strings. The band’s sound harkens back to classic soul of the ’60s and ’70s, with an unabashed emphasis on love songs, sumptuous melodies, rich vocal stacks and tight rhythmic foundations. Band founder, Fanaika, has assembled some of Brisbane’s (and Australia’s) best emerging jazz talents. They gel together to form a formidably tight force, able to achieve complex sonic concepts in the studio as well as ad lib impromptu creations on the live stage.



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