Artist info

Genre

Indie, Rock


Sounds like

Motorhead, Slash, Nirvana


band members

Vox/Bass: Rob Taylor Guitar: Jason Byrne Drums: Peter Munro


Influences

Eric Clapton, Slash, Foo Fighters, Metallica, Queens Of The Stone Age, Motorhead


Website

gyro-stream.lnk.to/hsn

Bio

The seaside town of Cairns in Far North Queensland is known worldwide for its abundant beaches bordering on the rainforest and its relaxed and tranquil way of life and surroundings.
That is all about to change. Soon there will also be sightings of Bigfoot to add to the mystique.
Bigfoot Mafia that is.
Bigfoot Mafia have quietly gone about their business of making abrasive rock since 2016, securing support slots with touring bands Clowns, King Parrot, Hellions, Like Thieves, Luca Brasi and Thirsty Merc in the process. They also represented Cairns at the Airlie Beach Music Festival in 2017 after winning the local heat of the Battle of the Bands competition featuring the cream of Northern talent.
If it seems like an eclectic mix of genres for a rock band that's because it is.
Versatility is one of the main strengths of Bigfoot Mafia, with their blending of hard rock, classic rock and grunge layered over the essence that is tropical living ensuring they are comfortable performing on any stage with any band.
Their mission statement is simple. To connect with people and share their experiences through music and such is their passion for their craft they are now setting their sights on coming to you. Wherever you are. To rock your souls into submission.
With their debut album, Home Sweet Nowhere, released last year, Bigfoot Mafia are wasting no time in putting their musical growth onto disk, currently hard at work on the follow up.
It's not rocket science. It's rock and roll. And rock music may just have found its new King.