Melbourne's wildest garage rockabilly trio Plastic Section will be rocking the front bar of The Tote on Thursday nights November 14, 21 & 28, along with some of their favourite local bands including Traumaboys, The High Gears, Hanky Panky Social Club, The Kreep 500, The Hybernators and Polite Skeletons... and it's free! Plastic Section's latest album "Trouble Is Our Business" has been getting great reviews internationally and is available through Off the Hip Records.
Following her last release ‘Backbone’ and a sold out show at The Grace Darling, Ruby Jones returns with follow up single ‘Make It Out’. Blending Jones’ searing vocals and a traditional rock instrumentation with the kind of washed out, psychedelia-steeped sonic palette that pulls the heat from your fingertips, Jones’ tempestuous brand of bliss is uniquely her own. Ruby and her band will be joined by Emilee South and Dirt Hand.
Hard Rockers, Red Peril are hitting The Tote for the first time on the 21st of November. Red Peril Have Crafted a sound which is refreshing and unique while paying homage to the greats. A sound which melds chilling melodies, hard hitting groove and primal drums into what Red Peril stands for as a band.
Joining Red Peril are Dirty pub rockers Mongrel and Hard Rockers Monarchus.
It is sure ti be a big one !