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Rolling Stone Lodge - Lurch & Chief, Creo, Polish Club


Thu 24 Sep 2015, 8:00pm–12:00am

Where: Newtown Social Club, 387 King Street, Newtown, New South Wales

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $15.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: agates497

Rolling Stone Live Lodge is a three week pop-up live music event held at Sydney's Newtown Social Club from 23 Sept - 11 Oct.

Thursday 24 Sept – #JDFutureLegends Presents Lurch & Chief, Creo & Polish Club

After writing a bunch of garage demos in late 2012, Alexander (Lurch) and Hayden Somerville (Chief) rounded up the only musicians they knew and played their first ever show to a packed out, smoke-filled hazy warehouse party in Melbourne’s south east suburbs. Their debut track “We Are The Same” followed, gaining them instant attention from fans and media alike. Fast forward to 2015 and the Melbourne sextet have slayed them at Bigsound 2014, toured nationally with Kingswood and signed with Illusive, through which they released their latest EP, Breathe.

Four national tours in and an ever-growing legion of fans, Sydney four-piece CREO are starting to solidify their stakes as one of the most exciting, hard working and unique indie-rock bands on the Australian scene. Their multi-layered, textured, poetic approach to creating their sound has earned them rotation on Triple J and Triple J Unearthed, as well as Amazing Radio (UK) Artist of the week. The four-piece have just come off a heavy tour schedule in support of their sophomore EP, Afterglow, and are currently in the studio with producer Nathan Sheehy (Bluejuice, Dune Rats) adding the final touches to their third EP, set for release in the coming months.

Sydney’s Polish Club – singer/guitarist Novak and drummer John-Henry – are the loudest goddamn soul outfit you’ve ever heard. They write pop songs 50 years late and twice the speed. In any one of their numbers, which barely nip at the three minute mark, the full-bodied howl of Motown’s finest frontmen is parsed through the garage rock scuzz of Detroit. The duo's recent Courtney Barnett support sits among a string of well-received gigs that has secured them a coveted slot at this year's Bigsound conference in Brisbane. Word about Polish Club is spreading almost as fast as they play.