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One of Brisbane’s most beloved Prog acts is hitting the road once again to usher in the new era of OSAKA PUNCH.
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Over the last decade, Osaka Punch have forged a reputation as one of Australia’s most wildly entertaining live acts.
Their distinctive fusion of catchy pop, jazz chops and dank grooves sets them apart from most heavy acts, and allows an element of humour and satire in an otherwise very serious scene.
They’ve honed their live set to a fine art via a hectic touring schedule that included stints in the UK and Scandinavia, and here at home alongside Twelve Foot Ninja, The Butterfly Effect, Sunk Loto, COG and Mammal. This time, catch Osaka Punch as Vigo The Carpathian intended – on a mountain of skulls, in the castle of pain – bringing The Crimpology Tour to Hobart, Sydney, Brisbane, Sunshine Coast, Gold Coast, Adelaide and Melbourne.
OSAKA PUNCH The Crimpology Tour:
Fri, March 31 // Republic Bar // Hobart
Sat, April 1 // Factory Floor // Sydney
Sat, April 15 // Norton Music Factory // Sunshine Coast
Sun, April 16 // Mo’s Desert Tavern // Gold Coast
Fri, April 21 // Enigma // Adelaide
Sat, April 22 // The Evelyn // Melbourne
Fri, May 19 // The Outpost // Brisbane