We had fun playing at the Swan Basement this weekend, but next weekend we're moving back up above ground to play the Lounge again. Thanks to the awesome people who came along to support us, and a special hello if this was the first time you saw us! We'll be playing a similar set this Sunday.
Doors open 6:00pm (first act at 6:10) and close at 10pm. $5 entry. Playing times (approximate):
6:10 - 6:50 Count
7:10 - 7:50 Moontribe
8:10 - 8:50 Twin Lights
9:10 - 9:50 Wrongtown
In case you use Facebook as your calendar for everything there's a handy-dandy Facebook Event which you can RSVP to and make us feel loved.
First of all, thanks to everyone who came along to the Swan Lounge on Sunday to see us play, it was great to have you there, both old friends and new.
We are playing at the Swan Basement (same address, but downstairs) this Sunday the 19th of June for Gignition. We're extra excited to hear that a reviewer for DRUM Media will be there so we'll be even more determined to make it a good show for you fine people. Tell your friends!
Even better, bring your friends!
Doors open 6:00pm (first act at 6:10) and close at 10pm. $5 entry.
Playing times (approximate):
5:30 - 6:05pm Slacker
6:25 - 7:00pm Misty Mountain
7:20 - 7:55pm Jincs
8:15 - 8:50pm Wrongtown
Remember to RSVP here if you're one of those cool Facebook people.
The event is 18+, but for all you under-agers you can get in if you have your parent there. Must be your legal guardian...not a friend or sibling. Under 18's must not approach the bar...at all. Anyone under 18 seen with alcohol will be asked to leave.
This event is proudly brought to you by My Dear Friend and Swan Hotel. My Dear Friend aims to support local music through running and promoting live music gigs, and artist promotion and management. Contact them if you are interested in playing a gig.
Remember to RSVP here if you're one of those cool facebook people.
We don't have a great deal of info yet, but we'll update as soon as we know more.
Wrongtown will be playing two sunday night gigs in June at the Swan Lounge, both the 12th and the 26th. So come and kick back after work, have a few beverages and rock out with us!
We just wanted to give a long-overdue thanks to the people over at Classic Sounds in Kelmscott.
When preparing for the Amp It Up gig we ran through our setlist and found that as we came to the end of one of our songs Troys bass amp died. This made him very sad.
Doubting that we'd have enough time to take it back to the place he originally got it from (unfortunately not Classic Sounds) we contacted our closest music shop which we had bought from before just in case they could help.
We were really stoked to hear that they sympathised with our plight and provided us with an amp for the gig, even though it wasn't their problem which made Troy stop sobbing over his dead amp long enough to get it done.
As it turns out we're glad we didn't try to race off to Other Popular Perth Music Store, as when we did take the amp in to them to organise a warranty claim they flat-out refused to offer any sort of loan amp while ours was being repaired.
So thanks again Classic Sounds, you rock.