one not to miss
77 Salamanca Place, Hobart
Saturday 25 May 2013 @ 7:45pm
The Founders Room
One of the most recognizable names in the history of punk rock will be making his first visit to Hobart to speak on a number of topics. The former lead singer and songwriter for the legendary Dead Kennedys, is now focused primarily on spoken word, but continues on as a musician in numerous collaborations.
Jello Biafra is heavily involved back in the United States in politics as a member of the Green Party and is renowned for absurdist media tactics in highlighting issues of civil rights and social justice.
Official afteparty featuring DJ set by Jello Biafra at
The Brisbane Hotel, 3 Brisbane Street, Hobart
Spoken word show only: $30 plus b/f
Afterparty only: $10 on the door (if available)
Combined ticket: $35 plus b/f
Presale Tickets from Ruffcut (see map) or online via Moshtix: http://www.moshtix.com.au/v2/event/jello-biafra/64825
Image Credit: Elizabeth Stone
39 Salamanca Place, South Hobart
Far Too Loud, a.k.a. Oli Cash, has gained a reputation for hi-tech, dancefloor-destroying music that makes people throw their hands in the air and go crazy. Think high-energy, aggressive funk, big basslines, crazy edits, intricate production and you’ll know the sound.Latest DJ mix:Guest mix for the Diskonnected show, Nov 12:http://soundcloud.com/far-too-loud/far-too-loud-guest-mix-for-diskonnected-nov-2012
299 Elizabeth Street, North Hobart
Brothers Grim began six years ago when James and Matt Grim (Australian Guitar Player Magazine's 'Guitarist To Look Out For' in 2011) began writing songs inspired by the dusty blues music they grew up listening to, but driven with the intensity and excitement of the rock n'roll bands that informed their youth.