Valtozash ~ Live at Mo's

Valtozash ~ Live at Mo's

36 Central Dr, Burleigh Heads QLD 4220, Australia

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Friday 8th March 2024

6:00 PM - 11:30 PM


Prepare yourself for the intense brass sounds of Valtozash, The Francis Wolves and Greshka! These three hard-hitting Brisbane bands will indulge your audio-holes with all the sounds of the genre-spectrum; often at the same time. You will be so blown away you will circle the globe and find yourself back where you came from but with a nicer hat. Behold the massive sound that is Valtozash, Australia’s first jazz-metal big band. This fifteen-piece will thrash against your jazz-bone; it’s a jab in the eye with a wailing saxophone; a punch in the jaws with a 24” trash cymbal. Your genre-bone will snap; your teeth will hurt; your ears will bleed with delight; you’ll crave trumpet for breakfast, lunch, and a devastating 2pm snack. Hailing from Brisbane, The Francis Wolves deliver a sound that Triple J’s Dom Alessio refers to as ‘the soundtrack to dangerously big wave surfing’. An instrumental funk juggernaut that brings together a melting pot of genres, it’s a fuzzed out wall-of-sound with ferocious horns and brooding rhythm section. Greshka is a seven piece neo-gypsy/klezmer ensemble not unlike a chipotle kebab: you’re not sure where it’s from, but it sure knocks your socks off! A torn canvas of Romanian gypsy dons a filthy smear of electronica, metal, jazz-funk and classical-arrangement. Supported by progressive alt metal rockers Kalatones. This is an 18 plus event.

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36 Central Dr, Burleigh Heads QLD 4220, Australia

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