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JANUARY

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28.01.2022

Doors at 7pm

Alt rock 5 piece JANE STREET headlining tonight! Supporting are Brisbane pop outfit TRAGIC ME, rock n roll 4 piece ROADHOUSE & blues rock maniacs CATCHING SALMON!

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29.01.2022

Doors at 7pm

Ahh Summer, there is no better time of year to catch up with your mates for a few drinks and see some live music. Well the crew at In The Fastlane Records has you covered with the hottest ticket in town. Oh, did we mention it's free entry?

Headlining the evening are Brisbane's The Blackwater Fever! Having released 5 albums to date, with over 11 million streams on Spotify, and having shared the stage with acts such as The Black Keys, Tame Impala, Violent Soho, and Birds Of Tokyo, this powerhouse trio with their blend of moody garage blues rock will be sure to put on a scintillating set you will not want to miss.

Having released their debut single, the aptly titled " The Valley" in 2020, Tripsitta have gone from strength to strength releasing a further two singles "Waste" and "Change". These guys will be ready to fire on all cylinders, and it won't be long before they are a household name.

Local lads Tube Screamers are already making huge waves in the music scene, leaving a lasting impression with their high energy live shows. With their loud blend of surf rock, these guys will definitely get the crowd going.

Doors open at 7pm, so get down to Tomcat early for what will surely be a night to remember!

FEBRUARY

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03.02.2022

Doors at 7pm

Indie rock band SEEING VIOLET headlining tonight. Supporting are friends SOURMASH, BAD MUMS & VENNER ROAD!

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04.02.2022

Doors at 7pm

It's a free entry, punk party, extravabandza...!!!
 

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11.02.2022

Doors at 7pm

Following six lockdowns, a couple of hoe-downs, a naughty rub-down, and at least one meltdown, The Stained Daisies are hitting the road once more to bring the good word to you and yours.

Following the release of their most recent EP; 'Jazz Club,' The Daisies are back with another shorter and sharper EP titled 'Give It To Em.' Centred around political and poetic punk themes, 'Give It To Em,' is a four track, lil nasty piece of work that you'll have to work out for yerself. Now Give It To Em.

Joined for the majority of the shows will be funk and groove lords - Suneden and the Seg Street Jam.

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12.02.2022

Returning to the stage in 2022 are the Gold Coast’s fave condiment rockers, Chutney! The four-piece will be heading up the east coast for a slew of epic headline shows (including supports with Aus legends Kingswood) to celebrate the upcoming release of new single ‘If You Go’ out February 10th.

Combining in 2019, the boys bring their fondness for lyrical indie-rock together to form a fully-fledged outfit. It’s been two steps forward and no steps back since then, having released their acclaimed first EP in 2020, followed by a string of impressive singles in 2021 including the fan favourite, ‘Talk’.

Beautifully smooth guitar lines, hard, pounding drums, unforgettable vocals and a bassline sure to make you move is what you can expect when experiencing Chutney. Once you’ve heard them, you’re sure to want to hear more and these guys are not to be missed live!

Selling out hometown crowds to make a reputable name for themselves in the COVID-19 landscape, Chutney have garnered attention from booking agencies and fellow artists Australia-wide, having enjoyed supports for southeast Queensland legends Beddy Rays, Peach Fur and Buttered. The four-piece also managed to snag a spot playing in the sunshine at Crafted Beer & Cider Festival in September and have recently supported Tones And I on the Gold Coast stop of her 2022 busking tour.

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18.02.2022

Doors at 7pm

Rockhampton alt punk girls VIPERSNATCH are heading to Tomcat with special guests FOUL FACE (bris), SYSTEMATIC MACHINE (Mackay) and TOAK (Bris)

 

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26.02.2022

After relocating to Australia after many years spent playing abroad in Canada, Lazy Ghost is set to return to Australia's sandy shores in early 2022 to dive into their already established following within the Australian music scene. Their music tonality stems from their love of indie tones and surf rock tempo.

Supporting bands abroad like Ocean Alley gave them a sense of what home feels like. Lazy Ghost brings an energetic live show that connects with the audience.

Lead singer Kyle Leeming, originally from the Byron Shire, NSW, formed the Band in Whistler, Canada in 2016 after buying his first guitar to ignite his love for music and meeting the very first formation of the band. The band grew into local sensations. They played their original tunes to snow surfing punters from all over the world. They've experienced back to back successful Australian tours in 2018 and 2019, all thanks to their hard hitting Green Out EP that was directly influenced by Australian Surf Rock tunes and all round good times. Since then, Lazy Ghost released their full length album “Snacks” and a successful string of Singles including “What a Time It’s Been” during Covid lockdowns. This single secured their sound, offering a blend of exceptional tonality and lyrics straight from the feels.

We can’t wait for what’s in store for this hard hitting band. They’re hard at work preparing for their Australian launch tour in 2022 and a string of new singles.

 

MARCH

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05.03.2022

Doors at 7pm

Tickets available via www.destroyalllines.com on Wednesday December 8th 9am AEDT

Destroy All Lines presents
THE “STACKED AS” TOUR: A touring mini-festival
Sponsored by What We Did On The Weekend & Anti Vinyl Vinyl Club

After multiple rescheduled, postponed and flat out cancelled tours from a tumultuous year for the Australian live music touring circuit comes The Stacked As Tour: A touring mini festival. Showcasing the best fresh and celebrated talent in Australia's emerging pop/punk/alternative scene. Featuring the likes of Drastic Park, Wishful Thinking, Clay J Gladstone, Catholic Guilt and Cheap Date.

The touring Mini-festival will make its way to Adelaide, Melbourne with two stages and eight bands will be performing along with Brisbane and Sydney that will have one stage and six bands performing at both events with many more special guests to be announced

Melbournes Drastic Park was born out of a love of the late 90s/early 20s punk rock/pop punk sound. Stumbling across a sound that mixes open octave lead guitar with thundering bass chords, they have been able to fashion a sound that is immediately identifiable as the "Drastic Park Sound." After spending the most time in a lockdown in Australia this did not slow down Drastic Park as they continuously released great single after great single generating a lot of interest from Triple J’s Short Fast Loud on songs like ‘Snakes & Ladders’ and ‘Lost’ and doing sold out shows in Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide in between.

2022 finally sees the return of legendary pop punk band Wishful Thinking, heading around Australia for their first national tour in over 17 years. The band returned with new EP ‘One More Time’ (their first release since 2006’s “You’ll Never See It Coming”). The EP received a strong reaction from fans old and new across Australia and beyond igniting a new passion for the band from all members. Australia gets to see Wishful Thinking at their best, performing songs from their entire back catalogue for die hard Wishful Thinking fans this is not to be missed.

Hailing from Sydney Clay J Gladstone's debut ep 'Dead Friends' dropped Aug 2021 with singles 'Dead Friends’, 'Move On’, ‘Balance’ and ‘People Like You' gaining support from mainstream Triple J & Spotify / Apple Music editorials. The band has gone on to tour the east coast of Australia and headline the return of AM/PM Emo Night in Sydney. For fans of Real Friends, Stand Atlantic, The Used, the Sydney emo act continue to win hearts through their 'heart on sleeve’ lyrics, emotive earworm bangers and aggressive performances. 2022 will see the band go from strength to strength with some big plans scheduled.

Catholic Guilt write raw, emotional and disarmingly honest music for the internally conflicted masses, blending elements of punk, folk and alt-rock to create a sound they describe as ‘honest music’. The Melbourne four piece have hit stages all-across the Australian east coast in support of some of the country's best acts. Having shared the stage with the likes of Danny Worsnop (UK), The Bennies, He Is We (USA), The Bottlers, Chasing Ghosts and more. Catholic Guilt are ready to take on the world.

Cheap Date is a newly established 5 pieced band, making noise around the Brisbane music scene. Led by artist Lara Dee and backed by four incredible musicians, they are working the sounds of 90’s pop rock into the beloved indie genre. Their first release of singles ‘Beside Me’ ‘Woman To You’ and ‘Kissed You In The Car’ is an emotional roller coaster, taking listeners from a melodic entry to a pumped-up rock driven joy ride. With intrinsically genius lyrics and melody, this isn’t just another band passing through the indie conveyor belt.

With special guests still yet to be announced. Every event of The Stacked As Tour is one not to be missed by all.
Tickets available via www.destroyalllines.com on Wednesday December 8th 9am AEDT