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Fuzz – ’90s Indie Rock Sounds at Yah Yahs

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June 8, 2012
12:00 am
12:00 am

Let’s party like it’s 1990-something! Yah Yahs presents a night of indie rock for all you cats who pine for a time when Grunge was at the forefront of musical newness, tough, gritty music polarised from the more commercial R&B stylings that dominated “popular” music in the ’90s.

Bands like Sonic Youth, Dinosaur Jr, Pavement, Babes in Toyland, Sebadoh, L7, Superchunk, MBV and many other bands will be celebrated in a veritable orgy of noisy feedback, in the true spirit of the underground. Hopefully some of the newer kids on the block who love indie rock can come and find out what made the ’90s such a great time to be a part of. There’s a small door cover of $5 to help support this night.

WHEN: Starts Friday, 8 June, midnight
WHERE: Yah Yahs, 99 Smith Street, Collingwood
WEB: facebook.com/events/415978281776453/


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