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Sat 11 Jun 2016, 1:00pm–11:45pm

Where: The Italo Club, Barrow Lane, North Lismore, Northern Coast

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Door: $25.00 ea
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Listed by: sideshowdazza

Back for its eighth consecutive year, Mazstock, Lismore’s premier boutique rock festival returns.

On the long weekend of Saturday June 11, bands from across the Northern Rivers region and from as far afield as Wollongong, Sydney and Brisbane will converge on the Italo Club in North Lismore for an all-day, all night rock extravaganza.

This year we’re focussing on hot chick rock action, so expect to see and hear a lot of women in rock rampaging across our three stages.

Headlining this year is Sydney’s Bunt. These guys have just celebrated 20 years together and have quite the underground cult following, particularly in Japan where they have toured every year since 2009. If you like quality garage rock ‘n’ roll with sick stage antics, this band are unmissable.

Wollongong’s premier rock legends Leadfinger are making the long haul up with a new album. They’re longtime Lismore favourites and two members play in the Hot Sweets, also from Wollongong and headed up by the divine Carrie Phillis.

Along with Carrie’s divine rock moves we’ve got femme fatale’s fronting up in Brisbane’s Marville and Dirty Liars, as well as Lismore’s own Callachor sisters in the raucous Spanx.

This will be the Lismore debut for Loose Pills, whose hopped-up power pop has been touted as Sydney’s answer to Cheap Trick.

Well known singer songwriter Mick Daley (The Re-mains) returns home to the region with his Corporate Raiders, also boasting the very busy members of Leadfinger.

Last year’s stand out band were Forever Since Breakfast so they’ve been invited back for another go.

Appearing for the first time at Mazstock are Port Macquarie’s Royal Chant and Coffs Harbour’s Son of Jaguar. The bill is rounded off by Lismore’s own This Thing Called Progress, one of the most authentic punk outfits around, and Mazstock mascots, Nimbin’s Antibodies.

This years artist–in-residence is Justin (Julla) Livingstone, famed for his work in Lismore’s Back Alley Gallery. Julla will be creating a live art piece as the festival kicks into gear.

Also look out for the limited edition Mazstock zine, which is sure to become a collector’s item. Doors open at 1pm sharp. With thirteen bands over 9 hours, this is the hottest ticket in town. In fact the only ticket in town.