Team Plastique will be debuting their first EEP yes and EP
with a heck of a lot of extra tracks. The cost of the EP at the door will be
a cheap $10 bucks as the middle man is taking a holiday.
The Zoo is in Brisbane Australia, right
above Butterbeats in Ann Street, Fortitude Valley. The Entrance fee to catch
all of this acts is merely $10 bucks.
(Syd): Is notorious for combining two tracks into one. Is noted for the
combination of Joy Divisions "Love Will Tear us apart"
and Missy Elliots "Get your freak on". Has performed at the
world famous Love Parade in Berlin.
Zoku (feat ex. NamShub- Ki Ki ill, Miss P.Leisure
and KUNT): A combination of some of the most full-on performance art
and banging bit crunchers. Monster Zoku will be a site for sore eyes... and
we do recommend protective eyewear!!! Note: Ki Ki Ill is heading to live in
Melbourne Australia, shortly after this event... so catch the former nAM sHUB
in his final Brisbane gig.
Kay Ferris (nutznboltz): Kid Kay Ferris, are straigth-up one of Australia's'
clean-cut, well produced beat machines. Their biggest
problem is that they need to carry a big stick to beat the fans off.
Molliger: We first met Molliger when one
of the members of the group, performed on stage with Team Plastique, naked and
Big Day Out in Gold Coast, 2003. That is good enough reason to invite these
funky kids to support the Team, this and also the
fact that they perform with their underpants on their heads.
Fancy Boys (Paris): We met this band at a dungeon gig that we did at the
Shamrock Hotel. I first saw them with three naked audience
members writhing on the floor in front of them. Plus they trashed all
of their instruments in the first song...
Jamie Whiteside (Love and Roxy): Apart
from being really, really (yes really) good-looking. Jamie can do "The
Robot" and spin records at the same time. He has recently performed in
support of Miss Kitten . I missed the gig, but
I hear that he looked great.... oh and the music is good to!!!
The Slippery Roger: A very intense experience.
The master mind between unorthodox futures of rock. The Slippery Roger handed
us a demo wrapped in a rubber glove... good 'nuff.