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Electrik Lemonade, Sheaok Shack on Sunday

Electrik Lemonade are six individuals united by the cosmic collective boogie, playing rump funkin’ live shows that feature a repertoire of original energetic funk-rock tunes, infused with electronic, jazz and blues elements.

Since their debut in December 2010, Electrik Lemonade’s live performances have rapidly grown as they play to crowds at events across Brisbane, Gold Coast and northern NSW, and has even reached airplay in Europe.

Drawing on a unique blend of influences and combining their comedic, fun attitude toward life with a visually and sonically immersive music show, the crowd is never left with anything but the funkiest feeling.

Since releasing their debut EP Recombobulated in mid 2011, winning LoudFest and being awarded with an ALMA (Australian Live Music Award) they are set to head into the studios around mid-2012 to release their second EP, which they are looking forward to spreading to the far reaches of the cosmos.

You can see them at the Sheaok Shack on Sunday.

httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6UaPPooYCS8

 

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