In 2010 'Northeast Party House' will bring the energy of a riotous house party to every club, festival, kindergarten and warehouse party they play.
TELL US ABOUT YOUR MUSIC - HOW DID YOU DEVELOP YOUR SOUND?
Well it is still very much in the developing phase. Basically at school we all grew up playing funk & reggae, but once we started getting older and going to parties and festivals we discovered we were listening to dance music more and more. Our aim is to write party tunes without sounding too electronic and keeping a very strong live band energy.
WHAT CAN THE AUDIENCE EXPECT AT A LIVE SHOW?
Lots and lots of sweat! Crowd surfing, stage invasions, traditional Indian chanting... pretty much a house party gone completely right.
TELL US MORE ABOUT THIS 2 WEEK HOUSE PARTY?
We were in the middle of year 12 exams when our good friend Sam Northeast stole the microphone from a DJ booth at a club and announced "Everyone back to my house, mum's overseas!". From there it just kind of escalated. There were goldfish living in the bath, wood fires in the fake gas fire place and regular games of china-plate-frisbee. Among the items found lying around the house were garbage bags full of old KFC, power tools, and Nobby from Big Brother. Sam's two younger sisters were paid off to get the house back into a livable condition, but the damage had well and truly been done.
WHAT'S COMING UP IN THE FUTURE?
We are currently recording, so new tracks and a debut release are on the cards in the coming months. Apart from that it's gigs gigs gigs!
AUSTRALIAN MUSIC IS?
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