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Woodlock – Boxing Day Bash

When:

Sat 26 Dec 2015, 9:00pm

Where: Ding Dong Lounge, Level 1/18 Market Lane, Melbourne CBD, Victoria

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • Online presale: $17.35
  • On the door: $20.00
  • Additional fees may apply

Website:

Listed by: mirjam_adelaar

‘Boxing Day Bash’ returns to Ding Dong Lounge for its 3rd year, with the likes of The Smith Street Band and Pierce Brothers playing in the previous two. This year we are proud to announce Woodlock. Support by Amistat, Peter Rabbit and The Sonic Temple Builders.

Woodlock comprises of three members, Kiwi brothers Zech and Eze Walters on guitar and vocals and their mate Bowen Purcell providing the percussion. Zech, Eze and Bowen formed a strong friendship after meeting whilst travelling overseas, from there, Woodlock was born.

They relocated to Australia and after a short stint of writing and playing, the trio bought a caravan, fixed it up, somehow got it registered and took off on an adventure up and down the east coast taking their music with them to the streets of both rural and capital cities.

After captivating crowds in the streets, they found themselves in a recording studio and before they knew it, they had an EP in their hands, titled ‘Lemons’. Woodlock have worked hard to perfect the sounds crafted in the studio to a live setting. Focusing on strong, energetic and creative live shows to take their performance to the next level.

Now based in Melbourne, the boys have gained some great recognition and created a strong following from tirelessly busking at every corner of the Melbourne CBD. Woodlock released their second EP titled ‘Labour of Love’ in 2014, produced by Wayne Connolly (Josh Pyke, The Vines).

‘Labour of Love’ made it into the top 100 in the ARIA charts as well as charting on iTunes. They’ve also sold around 25,000 EP’s independently. To celebrate, they took off on a huge tour across the country selling out three Shebeen shows in Melbourne as well as a Max Watts show and selling out rooms all the way up the east coast including Black Bear Lodge in Brisbane.