What a day for Adelaide!
Yesterday’s “A Day of Clarity Festival” can only be described as a resounding success, with great turnouts to the numerous live music gigs in Adelaide’s East End. Music lovers were treated to so many sensational acts, it was almost too much to handle.
From the onset of the festival we were loving acts such as Slick Arnold and Sincerely, Grizzly, who entertained the Exeter beer garden at the fullest capacity we’ve ever seen. The energy and talent displayed by both these bands were contagious, leading into the most anticipated band for the evening, West Thebarton Brothel Party who were launching their single ‘Misophonia’.
Catchy with a very ‘sing-along’ feel, ‘Misophonia’ was a hit amongst punters, with one gig goer describing the song as “kick ass, man”. The presence of this group was exceptional, with a total of seven members creating an astonishing sound; what you can expect with most songs utilising at least four guitars. As many of the members originate from other respected Adelaide bands, they’re loud persona was backed up with a great depth of talent and skill.
The overall anthem-like sound that the group produced had the crowd very animated, well before front man Ray Dalfsen worked the crowd into an absolute frenzy with the song Glenn McGrath.
Be warned, if you attend a WTBP gig you may find yourself to be very much involved, as the group’s playful energy is infectious to say the least! All in all, we could not speak higher of the groups performing ability and look forward to seeing what else these guys can come up with to keep the party going.