Artist info

Genre

Indie, Punk


Sounds like

Los Saicos, Davila 666, The B52's


band members

Pablo Alvarado, Knives Chau, Chris Penney, Ian Sawyer, Andrew Marty


Influences

Zoobombs, King Brothers, The Mummies


Bio

"Imagine if The Birthday Party and the Dead Kennedys had a baby together. Mesa Cosa, specialising in highly impactful and in your face garage rock, featuring guitar torture and screaming vocals of the highest order, would be the result. This is a party band to be reckoned with" - Tonedeaf "Trashy party anthems at their finest. Don't thnk, just move" - Beat "Pure, energetic, punk, mayhem.. - something everyone should witness" - Inpress "It’s tight. It’s loud. It’s diabolical in the best way" - fasterlouder.com.au "Mesa Cosa ... give you the feeling they’re the greatest sloppy fun time band in the world at this moment" K.G Alvarez "Mexican garage noise, messy angry fuzzy loud melodic garage rock. Lots of whooas and aahs. Spanish. Do want." Al Kinsey

Review

Reviewed by Dom Alessio Dom Alessio

18 Nov 2013

Triple J
40

I really like this and I'm from Sydney. The fact that it's a scuzzy ball of fun helps a lot.

I really like this and I'm from Sydney. The fact that it's a scuzzy ball of fun helps a lot.

Review

Reviewed by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby ...

19 Nov 2013

Triple J
40

You guys did it, this rules.

You guys did it, this rules.

Review

Reviewed by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby ...

20 Sep 2012

Triple J
50

I've been waiting/hoping for you guys to turn up on Unearthed and I'm stoked that it's finally happened, especially when you deliver a tune this bloody good. This is just an unstoppable squall of sound urging my ears to detach from my head and start a fight with my face.

I've been waiting/hoping for you guys to turn up on Unearthed and I'm stoked that it's finally happened, especially when you deliver a tune this bloody good. This is just an unstoppable squall of sound urging my ears to detach from my head and start a fight with my face.