Having just seen the legendary Boredoms give a historic performance of their BOADRUM10 as part of Melbourne Festival, I was shocked to find out there were still a few tickets to their Sydney show left on sale. Featuring ten drummers including the inhuman ability of Hella’s Zach Hill (playing with one shoe on as always), BOADRUM10 was easily the best show I have seen this year; keep an eye out for my review.
Anyway, like I said, there are still tickets available for the Sydney show, and if you consider yourself a music fan I urge you to buy them before they sell out, as you will hate yourself forever if you miss this show. Famous for putting together the 77BOADRUM on the 07/07/07 and the 88BOADRUM on, you guessed it, the 08/08/08 and so on, the group have moved through numerous different incarnations, blending surf rock, post rock, art noise and percussive fury the likes of which remain unmatched. Performing in Sydney as Boredoms rather than the 10 Drummer Boadrum (although from what I have heard being whispered around they will still have at least 6 drummers on stage), Boredoms will leave you bubbling in a mass of your own satisfaction and dripping in sheer awe and fascination. I cannot put any more emphasis on this. Boredoms will change your life.