Together, Thrills, Dinosaur City Records and Spunk Records are presenting two special edition Hometowns shows on Friday 24 July at Oxford Art Factory. Proceeds from the shows go to Sydney’s FBi Radio, who need our support now, more than ever.
The evening will see Hometowns 2019 alumni FLOWERTRUCK, Big White and Solo Career (Body Type’s Annabel Blackman) bring two exclusive, seated shows to Oxford Art Factory’s main stage.
There are only 70 seats available per show – secure your tickets now and spread the word before they’re gone!
Each ticket includes a complimentary drink on arrival. The first 50 ticket purchasers will receive a 12″ vinyl from Spunk Records’ discography*.
This event takes place on stolen land belonging to the Gadigal peoples of the Eora Nation. We pay respects to elders past, present and emerging. Always was, and always will be Aboriginal Land.
In November and December 2019, Spunk Records and Dinosaur City Records took their combined rosters and friends back to their roots for an unforgettable tour of regional New South Wales, known as Hometowns 2019.
The tour saw artists including Jack Ladder, Big White, FLOWERTRUCK, Body Type, Babey, Shining Bird, Emma Russack, Lachlan Denton and Sunscreen return home for some very special performances, entertaining communities often omitted from the regular touring circuit.
The sold-out, all-ages shows took place in community centres, scout halls, warehouse spaces and bowling clubs across Bellingen, Wagga Wagga, Bermagui, Narooma, Wombarra, Kiama and more. Soon after, some of these areas were devastated by the summer fires.
Thanks to RØDE Microphones, live recording engineer Bowen Shakallis, mixing engineer Cody Munro Moore, Harvey O’Sullivan and FBi Radio, you can experience the tour on Bandcamp, and via FBi Radio Live Feed, for the month of July.
Buy the compilation now for $5 (or pay-what-you-can). All proceeds will go to FBi Radio.
*Vinyl to be redeemed at Oxford Art Factory on July 24.