Nye At The Milk Factory Feat: Major Leagues, Good Boy & Cheers G'day

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Nye At The Milk Factory Feat: Major Leagues, Good Boy & Cheers G'day
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The Milk Factory says
You asked for it and we have now answered your prayers! The Milk Factory is throwing one helluva NEW YEARS EVE PARTY and we cannot wait to dance the night away with you! GUYS AND GALS we give you the ridiculously fun and loveable MAJOR LEAGUES & CHEERS G’DAY + more very special guests to be announced!

I tell ya what, expect the usual banter from behind the bar, drink specials and amazing music! Be sure to get your skates on head on in for a night to tell your next-door neighbours cat about!

SO WHATS IT GUNNA BE? ARE YOU IN OR OUT? DONT THINK, JUST ACT! GRAB A TICKET NOW! SEE YOU FOR THE BIGGEST PARTY OF THE YEAR!!

Brisbane’s Major Leagues established themselves as one of Australia’s most endearing advocates of garage-pop in 2013 with their debut EP release, Weird Season, which drew praise from tastemakers in the USA, Canada, South America, Asia, Europe, South Africa, and United Kingdom.

Engineered entirely in Brisbane, the forthcoming record engaged the assistance of Unknown Mortal Orchestra and Blouse member, Jacob Portrait, along with Melbourne’s Bored Nothing and Brisbane-based producer Miro Mackie.

Major Leagues’ debut EPwas heavily supported by Australian radio in 2013 and 2014, achieving nearly six-months of continuous rotation airplay from triple j, and a #3 position on the 2013 triple j Unearthed most played artist list.

Over the last two years, Major Leagues have toured consistently throughout Australia alongside local and international acts including Beach Fossils (USA), Sebadoh (USA), Wild Nothing (USA), Wye Oak (USA), The Preatures, DMAs and Bloods.

Local 4 piece Cheers G'day deliver catchy fuzz-drenched dream pop. Soothing riffs and reverbed twang is paired with spacey vocals to provide an interestingly placid sound. Having shared the stage with the likes of many international and local legends since 2013, the band have emerged from surfy roots to something complex and unique. Drawing heavily from 80’s pop and chill-wave these consistently versatile Aussie battlers know how to please a crowd.
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By: The Milk Factory