Nye At Bbl 2015 Feat. Gooch Palms, Skegss And Rolls Bayce

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After the success of last year’s NYE party at Black Bear, we’re doing it all over again. This time with three of the best garage bands in the country right now.

Ladies and Gentlemen, NYE at BBL featuring GOOCH PALMS, SKEGSS and ROLLS BAYCE as well as our usual favourite DJs, bar staff and general tomfoolery.

We’re also bringing back the VIP package. $95+bf gets you a drink package between 8pm and 12am as well as the whole damn lineup. Or you can get a standard show ticket for $20 + bf.

Get a load of these DAMN BANDS.

Newcastle via Los Angeles punk sweethearts THE GOOCH PALMS have firmly planted their feet in American soil and have played over 100 shows across the USA and Canada to packed rooms and rave reviews since arriving in March 2015. They are fast becoming known as one of the most entertaining live bands in America, something audiences downunder have known for years! January and February will see The Gooch Palms head back to Australia for a homecoming tour only to return shortly after to the USA for their second appearance at SXSW in 2016 and yet another US tour.

SKEGSS are three legends from Byron Bay, out for adventure and they have found it. Sold out Aussie shows, gigs at Canadian Music Week, back and forth across the USA, recording their debut EP at Converse Rubber Tracks Studios in New York and an invitation by Triple J Unearthed to play the main stage at Splendour In The Grass 2015.

ROLLS BAYCE is a musical offering from Dean McGrath (of the late Hungry Kids of Hungary), James Wright (formerly of Millions) and Neal Apel. Borne of a drunken late-night conversation between the 3 friends almost 2 years ago, Rolls Bayce draws upon the trio’s shared musical influences. A heady concoction of classic pop/rock, 60’s soul and obscure psych, their songs pair deep drum and bass grooves with lithe, spacey guitar. Tightly wound choruses give way to dense jam-outs, the band wringing as much sound from their instruments as three individuals can muster.

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By: Black Bear Lodge