The Phosphenes with The Drop Beers & Postcode President
Full of relentless attitude, THE DROP BEERS are a fusion of early/modern punk rock with some rather tasteful lyrics.
Heavily influenced from the likes of Aussie punk juggernauts Frenzal Rhomb, Amyl and the Sniffers and The Chats, the 5 piece is stamping their mark on the Sunshine Coast scene with brute force.
Consisting of a mashup of talented well renowned blokes from the likes of ChamberLane, Trillions, City Council, Treehouse and Catching SalmoN, you just have to be there to witness the sheer grunt of this so called ‘SuperGroup’.
February 16th marks the beginning of DROP BEERS SEASON!
The Phosphenes are a dynamic indie alt rock band with roots deeply embedded in alternative rock, garage rock, grunge and post-punk influences. The band’s sound is a captivating blend of raw energy and thoughtful lyricism.
Since their formation, The Phosphenes have been making waves, gaining recognition for their distinctive sound and tight-knit musicianship. This trio continues to leave an indelible mark on the music landscape, embodying the essence of Queensland’s diverse musical spirit.
Introducing the band that does the least… Postcode President!
Postcode President is the perpetual project of three preposterous participants whose particular purpose presupposes performing polyphonies positioned perfectly to please the palate of possible prospective patrons in pursuit of pleasurable pastimes to preoccupy them from the poor prolonged position they’ve picked.
Prompted and persuaded by influences of punk, progressive, and popular rock amongst a plethora of other musical pundits; Postcode President predominantly plays pieces with prominent, powerful vocals, prolific, portentous bass lines, pulchritudinous, piercing guitar solos, and punchy, pounding drums plotted and planned to perforate you perceptions.