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March 5, 2021

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MI-Sex at the Ballina RSL on Friday

Mi-Sex are out of their forced hiatus and intend on taking no prisoners. The band’s highly energised live shows have been blowing audiences away with its space punk rock and massive songs Computer Games, Blue Day, People, But You Don’t Care. With the enigmatic Steve Balbi on lead vocals, the lineup includes Don Martin (bass), Murray Burns (keyboards), Paul Dunningham (drums), Colin Bayley (guitar), and Travis New (guitar). The band is currently in the studio working on new material, as well as recording a live session of its most beloved hits, with Balbi vocals to launch the next phase of space punk rock into the future, Mi-Sex is your Sex. The future is the past, so get along to see Mi-Sex at the Ballina RSL on Friday at 8.30pm. Tix are $35 at the club.


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