Warrigo Tyrrell (Aboriginal/Maori), Maru Elias Nitor-Zammataro (Chilean/Sicilian) and Ryo Montgomery (Japanese/Scottish) share a diverse music vocabulary. Barely in their 20s, they have souls the same age as your grandparents, and as a rapturous and fiercely talented three piece, they generate moments of soul, blues and funk.
The Crooked Fiddle Band return to the Melbourne to launch their brand new album! "Another Subtle Atom Bomb" takes the band's blistering violin-led live show and creates soundtracks to their feelings around climate change, from angsty and furious folk tunes to fantastical imagined worlds full of ecstatic hope. This is the The Crooked Fiddle Band's most personal album yet. When choosing the band for his Vivid festival, Brian Eno said they were "completely original...I've never heard anything else like it!". Come hear it for yourself.