Monthly Archives: March 2011
Advance tickets available online now. Click the link below to buy one! http://www.easyserve.com.au/home.php?cat=328 Lineup: Pikelet (Melbourne), Clue To Kalo (Melbourne), The Sleeveheads (Gove), Horse Trank, Aborted Jesus Milkshake, Leah Flanagan, Red Plum & Snow, Broaden City, Curcuma, June Mills, Robbie … Continue reading
In 1978 the first Rock Against Racism was staged in London featuring The Clash amongst others. 33 years later the tradition continues at the Happy Yess. 27 May is the anniversary of the 1967 referendum allowing Aboriginal Australians to be … Continue reading
It’s been five years since a dedicated team of visionaries harassed people, called in favours and eventually opened the venue we all know and love as the Happy Yess. In that time we have hosted more than 400 evenings of … Continue reading
Unbroken Expanse – describe themselves as a ‘JEG Rock’ band are four young musicians who have all have grown up in Tennant Creek. Shaped by the desert itself their style and genre is hard, energetic and sure to get you … Continue reading
Brian Cullen is a guitarist from Darwin. He’s played in heaps of local bands including the Jigsaw Collective and The Neo. A number of years ago now he studied the classical guitar with Charles Darwin University Lecturer, Stephan Bulmer. Further … Continue reading
The inaugural get together of Darwin’s Punk Street Marching Band, Sunday, 10 April, 2:30pm at the Happy Yess. Brass, Woodwind and Drummers needed! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0405 468 219.
Destiny 12 are Scott Werleman (Guitarist/Singer/ Song Writer) & Daniel Jung (Drummer). Scott started writing songs the year Daniel was born (1998) and teamed up with him 12 years later. Hence the name ‘Destiny 12′. Flugendorf are a freakshow starring … Continue reading
THE TEN THOUSAND THINGS is the bastard love child of yin and yang, is an audiovisual smorgasbord full of multi-sensual fingerfood, is an instrumental chaos theory funnelled through the troppo order is the aesthetics of escapees from the illusion of … Continue reading
Friday 13 May, $5. Formed in April 2011, ‘Jasmine Revolution’ has quickly created a new fresh vibe of original music in the form of energetic and progressive melodic Indi Rock. With the influence and energy from the local Darwin music … Continue reading
Heaps of bands including out of towners on two stages deliver a blistering assault on the senses. Not for the faint hearted.