On Sunday the 21st of June The Eagle Junction invite you to take a trip down to The Brightside for a 1960’s themed psychedelic spectacular. Doors open at 4:00pm and the hedonistic sounds will be going until 7:30, leaving you plenty of time to either party the night away or go home and sleep off the hangover. Come along, let your hair down, turn on, tune in and drop out to some of Brisbane’s finest musical acts!
In celebration of the release of our debut album we’ve got free CD’s to be won for grooviest 60’s style outfit and best dancer along with shirts & albums on sale 30% off.
DOORS OPEN 4:00PM
4:30- 6:15: Switchblade Suzie
5:30- 6:15: The Plastic Fangs
6:30- 7:15: The Eagle Junction
Switchblade Suzie channel Led Zeppelin’s bluesy sounds with the funky vibes of the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Formed in a basement just outside Brisbane, this four-piece will capture you with intricate guitar riffs, pumping rhythms and wailing vocals. Having kicked off 2015 playing Bluesfest and with big plans, they’re definitely a band to keep your eyes on.
The Plastic Fangs are an explosive unsigned act who create sounds inspired by Surf Guitar, Garage, Punk Rock and Psychobilly. This trio have a unique, raw, catchy sound, filled with energetic, anthemic songs based around frenetic surf guitar inspired riffs being hammered into place by driving primal drums! Intensity, atmosphere and energy are all things to expect when you see the Fangs live!
The Eagle Junction are the band who bring back the heart of what rock & roll once was with their wild stage antics and psychedelic raw power. Members include front-woman Bambie Berlin, the blonde bombshell on bass with bluesy and soulfully aggressive vocals. Sebastian, the long haired shirtless madman tearing up the drum kit. Liam, the lead guitarist who’s solos are sure to get your feet moving and your brain melting and newest addition to the band, Emily Lane the innocent Audrey Hepburn look alike who shreds the Violin.