Wednesday 14th June
Murphy (EP Launch)
Jack Harlon & the Dead Crows
Doors 8:30pm / $12 Door
Yes, hey, we are a band called Murphry. In a long switch of isolation, our dilated sirens consume in a spectacular fashion. Atomised funk station in amongst other peels of exotic fruits. Such as Slim Jefferies, Khan as wheel has Jack Harlon & the Dead Crows.
I remember in our earlier days, we spoke on a whim of rhythmic time splice, although, in accordance to ordinance of exceptional fashion, metric time unwinds whimsically through frustrated contemplation.
Heated, yet cooled on arrival: if only there were a higher functioning premise on whether the weather would adhere to fractional degradation. Collected through awe of a mindful oppression, we arrived at our destination fully fledging with which whittles angst. Bottled in a slumber of mental tapestry, hanged in appreciation, leaving little in reciprocated gobble docks. But in a delighted cheery, leery muster, we steer in turmoil, amid hog wash and poppy cockles of the wombs of seeded labour. With, here in, a deeper understanding outstretched, only Mothers in thoughtful processes could gravel meld in sync. Nevertheless, a frontal assault of misinterpreted disassociation is taken with high regard.
All in all another night to pass some time in somewhat enjoyable yet futile hinderance.
Bon app a tight.