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Tympano, Rat Ta'Mango, Rapscallion – Laneway Music Series


Fri 15 Sep 2017, 7:30pm

Where: Mixed Creative, 32 Nile Street, Port Adelaide, South Australia

Restrictions: 18+

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Listed by: stowawaylive

The Laneway Lunacy Music Series celebrates the warmer weather in an outdoor laneway garden bar under the stars, with original live music from stellar local acts. Lock in Fri 15 Sept and check out Tympano, Rat Ta'Mango and Rapscallion play this laneway session. Food truck, Bohemian BBQ, will be on site serving up their tasty chargrilled eats.

The Tympano trio aim to bring a new versatile sound that will make you move, mosh, hop, dip, duck, weave and boogie. They are infectious, you will find it pleasurable, we do recommend it.

Rat Ta'Mango are also an Adelaide band and fuse elements of rock, blues, funk, psych and garage in a tasty melting pot of slow cooked deliciousness. Spending the better part of two years gigging around Adelaide and interstate, Rat Ta’Mango have built up their reputation as ‘better than expected’ and ‘actually pretty good’ but according to the Duke boys grandma, 'Still a bit too loud,' Paris's grandma liked it though.

Rapscallion describes his music as muppet glam / acoustic rock and occasionally cheats on his drum kit with a foul mistress named Guitar. This affair has gotten so out of control, that he now strums and fingers Guitar in public. The pair has been seen canoodling at various bars around town and even unabashedly on the street. This raucous behaviour has been deemed ‘most entertaining’ and ‘quirky as f*ck’. He accidentally dropped her once and then mended her with tape. Their relationship has never been stronger.

Stowaway Live loves bringing live original music to Port Adelaide. City of Port Adelaide Council are supporting this gig.