Regular John burst onto the scene four years ago, demolishing crowds with their loud, abrasive fuck you attitude and blistering rock n roll. The release of their debut album The Peaceful Atom Is A Bomb in 2009, was a massive success with fans and critics alike and saw the band touring incessantly for months afterward. Skip to
Whipped Cream Chargers
Now even on the quietest of nights, Mum at World Bar can get a little confusing, and with Chocolate Jesus Industries taking it over this Friday with an avalanche of local talent, we figured a guide to the festivities, the artists playing and just some general party tips were in order. So first things first,
That’s right Sydney’s own prodigal sons of post-coital swing punk, Whipped Cream Chargers are back and are finally releasing something, this something taking the form of their debut single, Rasputin. A dirty song, rife with sexual innuendo so depraved and debauched I dare not even begin to unravel it, Rasputin will be the first taste
Featuring members of Danimals, Whipped Cream Chargers, Domeyko/Gonzalez, Dead China Doll, and others depending on the night you catch them, PING! are a super-group made up of a rotating line-up of local artists, dedicated to creating music on the spot for one off performances never to be repeated. Formed during Arkestra’s residency at OAF Gallery
Presented by PING! and featuring members of Danimals, Whipped Cream Chargers, Domeyko/Gonzalez, Dead China Doll, Nhomea, Warhorse, Arkestra, Disco Club and more, Deuscht Bag, an upcoming night of krautrock inspired improvisation will be taking over the Excelsior in Surry Hills this coming Wednesday the 22nd of Sept.
Whipped Cream Chargers prefer to make up their own genre to describe themselves, depending on their current frame of mind. Sometimes it’s ‘dole-wop’, sometimes it’s ‘Sloth-wave’ or my favourite ‘Post Coital Punk’.