The Fly By Night Musicians Club and Toward Music are proud to present the second instalment of FEASTER – Perth’s state-of-the-art original live music showcase.
Punters can expect a feast of live music including pop, rock, blues, alternative folk and jazz. The event features some of Perth’s top talent and will be held in the charismatic setting of the Fly’s Victoria (Main) Hall Friday, 26th May.
So, what does FEASTER #2 sound like?
Perth duo Small Batch Audio will be headlining the evening with dirty riffs and bold, melodic song writing. Brothers Matt (guitar/vocals) and Sam (drums) have spent the last decade or so extending their musical influences and defining their sounds, albeit from opposite corners of the country and globe. Finally reunited in Fremantle, the duo brings together a shared yet fractured musical history to deliver visceral storytelling, memorable melodies and blistering hooks. SBA will be playing songs off their first release, Animal which was produced by Joel Quartermain and mastered by Brian Lucy (LA) and a few masterpieces in the making.
Local favourites The Silent Deeds are joining again after blowing fans away at the first FEASTER with loud music that makes you want to move. Their funk-driven music draws on a range of influences including Tom Petty, Foo Fighters,
Pearl Jam and Hoodoo Gurus and gets the audience up and grooving.
Bringing an element of alternative country folk to the mix are The Little Lord Street Band. They will be playing songs of a ‘his and hers’ mix-match from James Rogers and Natasha Shanks’s writing material. LLSB keeps the crowd alive with diverse guitar riffs and catchy, sweet melodies.
Also impressing attendees at the last FEASTER is Perth rocker Rob Walker. Walker is renowned for his unflagging commitment to melody and alluring lyrical ambiguity. His 90’s-inspired rock songs, incredible stage presence and raw, solid, heartfelt vocals have captured audiences all over. The singer/songwriter has earnt himself tours, support slots and collaborations with the likes of Jeff Martin (The Tea Party), Phil Jamieson (Grinspoon), Rai Thistlewaithe (Thirsty Merc), Jon Toogood (Shihad), Clint Boge (The Butterfly Effect) and Sarah McLeod (The Superjesus) and Mark Seymour (Hunters and Collectors).
The live music showcase will feature the incredible talent of 4-piece pop/rock/blues outfit too. Set to release their latest single and debut music video this year, Chapman deliver mellow tunes that warm your heart and soul and get you on your feet. Old River Kid finalise the line-up for this month’s FEASTER with dirty sax and powerful musical stories that weave through folk, rock and blues music genres. Ballads with just a little more kick.
In addition to these epic sounds, there will be food and drink to keep you hydrated and energy levels high. Burgers can be consumed at Mev & Blade food truck the outside courtyard with meat, vegetarian and vegan options. Drink specials at the Fly’s Hobbs Bar.