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The SIGIT - Australian Cognition Tour 2016

When:

Sat 7 May 2016, 8:00pm–11:30pm

Where: Rad Bar, 95a Crown Street, Wollongong

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • Door: $15.00
  • General Admission: $10.00
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Hound Machine and Bhang Records present The Sigit w/ Devil Electric and Love Buzz.

Indonesian quartet The Sigit produce an exhilarating blend of 70s infused psychedelic hard rock that has garnered acclaim worldwide, with Rolling Stone magazine presenting the band with 2013's Indonesian Album Of The Year, and drawing comparisons to early Wolfmother & Graveyard.

With their incredible sophomore LP Detourn being released 7 years after their impressive debut, The Sigit have had plenty of time to polish their 70s influenced take on rock n' roll. For fans and the industry, the album was like a thirst-quencher; it was something that they have been awaiting for a very long time. The Sigit offered a fresh approach to their kind of rock music and the production on the album — which was a long process, and delivered on more than one front.

"...To top it all off, the supports were better calibre than most headliners I’ve seen lately, with Indonesia’s The S.I.G.I.T. playing old school rock 'n' roll better than Jet." - Faster Louder

"Scorching, gonzo Zep Rock from our hot new Indonesian friend." - NME