Rhyece O’Neill Band
O’Neill has played pubs and bars in the outback and cities all over Australia. 2018 saw the Narodniks release their second album Death of a Gringo on Beast records in France. Following this release the band embarked on a mammoth European tour playing over 41 dates across the continent including 3 shows at the legendary Binic Blues festival in France. While in the Czech Republic they recorded at Sono records with legendary engineer Milan Cimfe. Milan has worked with Bowie, Lou Reed and Kris Kristofferson. He also plays drums with fellow Australian Hugo Race in Dirtmusic a band that the Narodniks draw much inspiration from.
He has shared stages and supported Tex Perkins, The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Kim Salmon, Spencer P Jones, The Beasts of Bourbon, Kid Kingo Powers and many othes.
Steeped in the blues, rock & roll, punk and country O’Neill’s influences range from Iggy Pop, Rowland S Howard, Einstürzende Neubauten, the Bad Seeds, Stanford Clarke, W.H. Auden, Rimbaud, PJ Harvey, Sylvia Plath, Patti Smith, Henry Miller, Townes Van Zandt, Dostoyevsky, Lightnin’ Hopkins, John Lee Hooker & Dylan.
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MAST GULLY FELLERS
Mast Gully Fellers are known for their ‘Australiana Bar-Room Folk’ sound, A sound meanders through alt-country to blues to ballads to celtic punk, holding stories of country pubs, bush life, love, and travelling adventures.
Based in the Dandenong ranges in an area formerly known as Mast Gully, the band has been together for over 5 years now with an instrumentation of fiddle, banjo, double bass, guitar, percussion and the occasional ukelele that weaves in between.
Mast Gully Fellers tour all around Victoria to share their music.
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