Thursday, 1 April 2010

Deadriot & Hangar.

Ahoy mateys, a quick word out to all you aspiring buccaneers who may, or may not, be stuck for activities to do this upcoming Saturday.

Local punk group Dead Riot take to the high seas of the Brisbane river with a boat cruise around the city. Witness midshipman Harry throw his bass guitar at a City Cat during the encore*, so violent an act even Sid Vicious might wince**. This musical armada will also feature supports Isaac Graham, Fushia and Manners. Cost is $15, it’s both licensed and all-ages, and the boat sets sail from the area near Brisbane’s version of the millennium wheel at Southbank circa 6:30PM this Saturday.

Alternatively, you can head to the Lofly Hangar in Red Hill to catch Love Connection, Toy Balloon, Danimals and BIGSTRONGBRUTE in a night of gig-bitching that promises to be a hipster's wetdream. No doubt that their unwashed, soiled pants will be on sale at the Valley markets for triple the price come the next morning (the hipsters I mean, not the bands). Cost is as super cheap as the similarly named autoshop and its BYO beer and wine and grandmas.

* Not an actual feline but a catamaran.
** May not actually happen. Parallel Lines On A Slow Decline does not encourage the use of violence except against Stephen Conroy.

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