Everyone’s favorite party circus, Ramblin ‘Rascals in the basement are all adults and changing gears. Yes, the excesses remain, but after nearly a decade of liver crushing, whiskey shooting and rolling party intensity, the team lets some of Sydney’s finest museums take charge by arranging concerts every dang week with a rotating series of local acts, so there’s a little something for everyone.
If the mentally retarded psychedelia is your mood, dust off your bell bottoms by February 2nd and get groovy with Velvet Trip, a Hendrix-influenced trio that has received plenty of love on Triple J.
Is old school blues more your tune? A little bit Muddy Waters, a little bit Howlin ‘Wolf, the appropriate name Hyler Alvarez brings dirty, raw blues on February 9th. If you fancy a little of it all, we can suggest an evening with Drey Rollan Band on February 16? Bandets the love of music from the 50s and 60s is at the center, with Drey Rollan adding their own twist to things to deliver a rock’n’roll explosion that takes you on a fun and exciting ride full of twists from surfing ‘rockabilly and R&B, to country and doo wop.
If you care for a broken heart, Ollie Thorpe’s mournful and angelic streams will be there with bourbon in hand to help you through February 23rd. As always, houseband Masala and Cola “Good choice”, led by legendary Sydney guitarist Pete Northcote of Dragon Fame, will play mother-and-father rock every Thursday from March. They strike from kl. The exact dates will be announced soon, so take that babysitter on speed dial, because mom and dad are in the process of doing so.
And last but not least the Rascal resident collective, Simple but delicious, has a rotating list of acts ranging from soulful, alternative live acts to DJs. You can also score Hennessey deals from $ 8 every Saturday to get you in the mood. The files are on a rotating list every month, so enter it and activate the group chat. Keep an eye on Ramblin ‘Rascal Instagram for updates.