Indie, Punk, Rock, Roots
The Bronx, P-Funk, James Chance, Baby Huey, Frank Zappa
Steve - Vox, Jimbo - Trombone, Johnny - Trumpet, T-Bone - Guitar, K - Guitar, Gully - Drums, Wynn - Percussion, Gardy - Bass, King Collins - Keys, Waldie - Sax + Abbey - Vox & Alycia - Vox
James Chance, Prince, Soul Music!, Tom Waits
Comprised of veterans of more bands than they can usually remember, nobody
puts on a performance like God God Dammit Dammit.
And now the mighty rock dectet have a brand new full length album which was
momentously unveiled at the Gov (Adelaide) on January 16, which a sweaty crowded
room danced they’re booty’s off.
The album entitled ‘Soul Dice’ solidifies their defying style of relentless funk and
soul, coupled with spontaneous explosions of energy and pure punk rock. “It’s a
refreshing step to make a satisfying album of everything we’re about” mentioned
Bassist Ryan Garde. “But now we’re ready for more” he continues. And you can
hear it in the music too, there’s nothing to stop this road-train of rock and roll from
tipping into the nations earholes.
If you haven’t experienced a beery evening with the great God God Dammit
Dammit, you haven’t lived… or died.
Party On Wayne.