Brisbane 5-piece band Hazards of Swimming Naked are bringing their instrumental post-rock sounds to the Beetle Bar! Joined by a host of brilliant and talented musicians such as Newcastle instrumental outfit Majora, and Brisbane bands Kodiak Empire, Balloons Kill Babies and The Halls, it’s bound to be a great night!
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Hazards of Swimming Naked are a Brisbane based instrumental group originating from Far North Queensland (Innisfail/Johnstone Shire).
Majora is a 4 piece instrumental band formed in Newcastle, NSW. Playing a mixture of post rock, progressive metal and atmospheric/ambient music, they released their debut EP ‘Iridescent’ on the 14th of August, 2015. Listen here
Kodiak Empire are a five-piece from Brisbane bringing many musical flavours together to create a dramatic blend of progressive/alternative rock. Kodiak released their debut EP -Urashima – at the beginning of the year.
Balloons Kill Babies are an emerging three-piece making heavy instrumental post-rock in Brisbane, Queensland. BKB look to round off an impressive 2015, having released and toured their single Patches in the Sky earlier in the year and landing major supports with bands such as Anathema (UK).
The Halls are a 4-piece outfit currently working on a new release. A band of contrasts, this group is difficult to pigeonhole. Recently described as ‘shiver pop’, they flit from intricate and delicate, to sparse and epic, to grungy and trashy.