Corner Hotel Gig Guide This April 2013

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Friday 19th April: British India with special guests
Melbourne’s rock outfit British India have racked up their third top ten album with the debut of their new record ‘Controller’. In support of the new album, British India will headline a national tour this April. Doors open 8.30pm

Saturday 20th April: undergroundLOVERS with The Morning After Girls
Seminal dream pop outfit undergroundLOVERS debut their seventh full-length album, ‘Weekend’, be the first to see it come alive with the original line-up for a special album launch show. Doors open 8.00pm

Monday 22nd April: Glenn Hughes with Massive
Rock musician Glenn Hughes takes his distinctive style blending of hard rock, soul and funk on the road. Make sure you don’t miss ‘Stevie Wonder’s favourite white singer’. Doors open 7.30pm

Tuesday 23rd April: They Might Be Giants with special guests
They Might Be Giants (TMBG) headline their first Australian shows since 2001. Drawing on their massive recorded catalogue, TMBG’s live show is spontaneous, high energy, high volume, and ever evolving. Doors open 7.30pm

Wednesday 24th April: Midnight Juggernauts with YesYou and Client Liaison
‘Ballad of the War Machine’, one of the trio’s most pure pop songs, marks the band’s long-awaited return – their first output for three years following previous albums ‘Dystopia’ and ‘The Crystal Axis’. This is the first taste of Midnight Juggernauts’ return journey, once again piloting their glittery kosmische music far into known cosmos and unknown genre. Doors open 8.30pm

Thursday 25th April: Sticky Fingers with special guests
Having just pre-sold out their Northcote Social Club headline show, Sticky Fingers are moving to the Corner Hotel for the first time to celebrate the launch of their debut album. Doors open 8.00pm

Friday 26th April: Hungry Kids of Hungary with The Preatures and Them Swoops
Brisbane’s pop maestros Hungry Kids Of Hungary are back! Having already garnered a few early rave reviews, the band is proud to announce their national ‘You’re A Shadow Tour’. This will be the band’s first full national headline tour since their mega-selling ‘The Final Escapades Tour’. Doors open 8.30pm

Saturday 27th April: Big Scary with Caitlin Park and I’lls
Big Scary will be touring nationally this April in support of latest track ‘Phil Collins’, a preview of forthcoming new album ‘Not Art’. Their first headlining national tour since Big Scary’s sold-out ‘Vacation’ tour in May 2012, this upcoming tour will see Tom Iansek and Jo Syme expand their live set-up to include an additional player, hinting at the fuller sound of ‘Not Art’. Doors open 8.30pm

Monday 29th April: Adrian Edmondson & The Bad Shepherds
Adrian Edmondson, who is best known as the comedian in The Young Ones, Bottom, and The Comic Strip Presents, is no stranger to the music world having played the Monsters of Rock and Reading Festivals with Bad News. Edmondson got in touch with Troy and Maart, resulting in The Bad Shepherds – a band specialising in punk songs played on folk instruments. Not as a gag, but because they really like the noise. Doors open 7.30pm

Tuesday 30th April and Wednesday 1st May: The Bronx with DZ Deathrays and Batpiss
The Bronx, Australia’s favourite LA punk band, is back with their first album in five years, ‘IV’. Fans will be treated to this special, intimate show for their 2013 Bronx experience as the band returns to its roots to perform in venues they played early in their career. Doors open 8.00pm

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