If all you want for Christmas is a night of dirty, guitar-driven, psych-rock-fuzz-blues riffage, looks like Santa's been paying attention. Datura4 will be turning the festive spirit up to eleven at Rodney's Bait 'n Tackle on Friday 24 December for a last-minute gig.
Plus a run of shows just announced for early '22, new single 'Going Back to Hoonsville' dropping in January and new album Neanderthal Jam later in 2022. Happy holidays!
Don't miss your chance to see Datura4 showcase some high-riffage tunes from eagerly awaited fifth album Neanderthal Jam, due out in 2022.
They'll be turning the guitars up to infinity as usual, with support from local legends The Floors and Mage. Will they raise the roof of this cool basement venue?
Tickets here online, or cash only on the night at the door at Lyrics Underground.
This one has been worth waiting the whole year for! Datura4 team up with blues-rock heavies, The Floors, for an unforgettable night of underground psych-rock riffage and boogie wig-outs. Plus special guests, Mage. Featuring tunes from album number five due in 2022, and a burning out road trip through your faves. Tickets here.
Get along to the Aardvark downstairs at the Norfolk Hotel, Fremantle, for Datura4's long awaited return to the stage on Friday, 1 October.
They'll be giving you a mind-bending taste of album number five, slated for international release in early 2022, as well as all the psych-blues-boogie faves from their riff-tastic catalogue. The one-two-three punch line-up featuring Hot Sand and Redcliffe. Tix here
Is it a film? Is it a soundtrack? It's so much more. The latest collab between acclaimed multi-media artist Jon Tarry and Australian musician Dom Mariani, 'Marco Polo Aeroporto', premiered virtually across the globe at the Venice Biennale this week.
The creation is a sonic and visual meditation on the theme of 'how we live/move together', and was launched in the CITYX Venice Italian Virtual Pavilion. Featuring melodic, atmospheric guitar and images of Marco Polo Airport and the Venice causeway, there's also a surprise passenger... is it Spidercrab?
Spend five minutes and transform your view of how we live and move in the world today. Watch the clip here.