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Pandamic, Frogbox and Honey Hot Sauce


Fri 21 Feb 2020, 8:00pm–11:00pm

Where: Solbar, 19 Ocean Street, Maroochydore, Queensland

Restrictions: 18+

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $11.75 ea
  • Additional fees may apply

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Some time ago now, with the summit of Mount Archer behind them, four friends travelled out on an adventure. Trading the all too familiar streets of their hometown for the big city, with the aim of playing shows, writing tunes and seeing where their music took them. While a lot has changed since then, Pandamic are still going stronger than ever today and have maintained the magic of what inspired them to be where they are now.

After spending a chunk of March touring with DZ Deathrays, the lads kicked off April by recording at Plutonium Studios with local legend Darek Mudge (member of Screamfeeder & former owner of the infamous Shed studios where Violent Soho's Hungry Ghost & WACO were recorded) on board to Engineer and fellow 'Ratbag' Brett Jansch (Dune Rats) Producing. The result of this session was their latest single 'Sweater' which was later Mixed by Brock Weston (Bedlam Studios / Bugs) and Mastered by Tyson Ruth (Studio Truth).

Now with the new track out in the world, and an epic tour supporting label-mates TOTTY across the East Coast of Australia - Pandamic don't have any intention of slowing down any time soon.