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Violent Soho - Mansfield's finest.

I remember exactly where I was when I heard Violent Soho for the first time...driving along listening to my usual radio station, suddenly my ears are treated to melodic guitar accompanying a grungy voice that aroused my senses & made me pay attention to the sonic explosion that is 'Covered In Chrome' from Violent Soho's third full length album. Wanting more I searched out this raucous, high energy bunch of lads from downtown Mansfield in QLD Australia. 
The Making of 'Saramona Said'
From humble beginnings back in the 90's, Luke Boerdam, James Tidswell, Luke Henery & Michael Richards have stuck together like brothers and produced a rare underground indie rock sound that has a reputation of awesome notoriety within the Aussie music scene. Live shows are outstanding in quality, energy & enthusiasm with crowds often happily out of control in all the excitement. Being privileged enough to have attended several of their performances, I can tell you from personal experience they don't disappoint. Every time these legends set foot onstage, you know it's going to be a wild ride.
The Making of 'Saramona Said'

The riffs explode into your brain with a sonic pleasure that is unrivaled by some of the best in the business as they destroy the stage with their visceral talent, pleasing all within earshot of the magical tunes produced. You can tell the guys have a staunch dynamic & love to rock out, winning over the crowd every time. As the boys themselves say, they're "just lovin' gettin' a sweat on-stage and stage diving." Get along to the next tour & check 'em out tearing sh*t up on stage or purchase on of their splendid rockin' albums, including the most recent Hungry Ghost from your most accessible music proprietor...also, keep your ears to the ground for a new album anytime in the near future!



E.P: 
Pigs & T.V

Albums: 
We Don't Belong here
Violent Soho
Hungry Ghost

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Luke & Danny (Dune Rats) Big Pineapple 2015

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