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Penny Ikinger, Rhyece O'Neill and The Vengeful Narodniks


Tue 26 Sep 2017, 8:00pm–10:00pm

Where: The Tote Hotel, 71 Johnston Street, Collingwood, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Admission: Free
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Rhyece O'Neill & The Vengeful Narodnoks team up with Penny Ikinger for a Tuesday night soiree. They will be joined by Bob Fox.

Penny's new singles Gin No Suzu & Ride On Cowboy are out now and were composed with Deniz Tek (Radio Birdman). Recorded in Tokyo, it features musicians from the Tokyo underground rock scene. Her debut solo album Electra appeared in Top Ten lists (at #2 by critics from prestigious New York magazines The Village Voice and The Big Takeover) and numerous music publications in the USA, Europe, Canada and Australia. Electra was released worldwide through Career Records (USA).

The Vengeful Narodkiks are: Rick Studentt (Me-Graines, X, Kim Volkman & The Whiskey Priests) Joseph Cunliffe (The Tarentinos, Bitter Sweet kicks) Karli Jade, Bill Skermer & Rhyece O’Neill (Greta Mob) Expect a concoction of Swamp Blues, Outlaw Country & Punk. Their new album Übermensch Blues is a vicious, dark & searing lament partly written by O’Neill in the desert while working as a construction labourer. It was recorded in a couple of weeks in an old community hall in the hills between Byron Bay and Lismore over the New Year period of 2015/16.