Artist info

Genre

Punk, Roots


Sounds like

The Go Set, Baron's of tang, Dropkick Murphy's, The Real McKenzies, Sydney City Trash, Graveyard Train, The Handsome Young Strangers


band members

Mark Downie: Double Bass, Vocals Gareth Davis: Vocals, Clarinet, Guitar Hannah Morrell: Violin, Backing Vocals Alex Carey: Banjo, Backing Vocals Matthew Bicket: Drums, Backing Vocals


Influences

Story tellers of past, present and future


Website

www.thedeadmaggies.com/

Bio

Tasmania’s rusty fork in a puddle folk-punk, cow-punk, beer swilling, shanty singing, flannie-wearing, mohawk-bearing musical peasants; The Dead Maggies weave songs of tragic tales from Van Diemen’s Land’s dark and turbulent folklore and history – and then set them to fast, upbeat, foot stomping, wild music that makes you dance, shout and folk till you punk.

Review

50

The Dead Maggies are truly at the forefront of folk-punk, they've been consistently pushing the barriers of the genre for years and always engage audiences with their amazing energy and musicianship. We put them on the Regrowth stage in 2014 and won't hesitate to book them again for future events. Tassie wouldn't be the same without The Dead Maggies.

The Dead Maggies are truly at the forefront of folk-punk, they've been consistently pushing the barriers of the genre for years and always engage audiences with their amazing energy and musicianship. We put them on the Regrowth stage in 2014 and won't hesitate to book them again for future events. Tassie wouldn't be the same without The Dead Maggies.

Review

grublin

14 Dec 2015

50

pirates! drinking! swears! folkpunk! im so happy.

pirates! drinking! swears! folkpunk! im so happy.

Review

grublin

14 Dec 2015

50

love this track

love this track