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February 27, 2021

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Black Market Rhythm Co, Soundlounge, Friday

After a two-and-a-half-year hiatus, Queensland’s Black Market Rhythm Co are back. Their Soundlounge appearance this weekend marks the start of a new era for the band, who are looking to pick up where they left off in 2010.

Having released three EPs and an album since their inception in the mid-noughties, BMRC developed a strong reputation as one of the state’s hardest-working bands. Countless tours and prime festival appearances, including the Big Day Out and Woodford Folk Festival, fostered the band’s loyal following, and glowing reviews have cemented their position as a live band not to be missed. Promising a show packed full of old tunes as well as newer material, this is the chance to see a Queensland band doing what they do best.

See them at the Soundlounge, Friday, supported by the Band of Frequencies.


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