We've got two sets from Stormcellar that will explore the duality of existence - at 10:30pm the first set is a meditation on life, the universe and everything then at 12:00am they really get serious with all the songs about boobs.
Curriculum Titae: 2019 Sydney Blues Players of the year & Best Live Act for 2 years running, hosts & founders of the annual Cooma Roots & Blues Festival, with 14 albums, 5 US tours and a track record of producing chart topping original Blues & Roots content, Stormcellar continue to be Australia’s most prolific roots act.
What's been said About Stormcellar:
"Stormcellar are an innovative roots music band from Australia that has spent the last 11 years blending many different roots genres with multimedia and human performance....Stormcellar radiates the confidence of an established band comfortably pushing its creativity in public. All of this music is deserving of your time and fans of lyrical songwriting may find this to be their new favorite band. Play these albums for anyone needing a reason to still believe in perfectly-executed guitar-and-vocal music."
“Stormcellar is a band that has done one of the hardest tricks of all, that being making simple roots music with individuality and modern appeal. This isn't a history-lesson outfit obsessed with recreating one particular place and time. It's a 21st Century group that makes new music while standing on old shoulders. Highly recommended. You should probably stop reading and go buy this record” - Mike O’Cull, mikeocull.com
‘James Taylor with Cojones….Killer riffs & powerhouse songwriters’ - No Depression Magazine
‘Over the years, the band has continued its evolution by crossing the paths of other music, other artists, up to this double CD that offers us this successful mix of stories of life, musicality, and freedom, a privilege of artists who know how to free themselves from styles and modes. Fed by blues, rock, folk ... they are Australian, which is why I chose the word Australiana to describe their music.’ - ‘Blues Again’ Magazine, France
‘There is a harder edge to the band…but the genre is not damaged one iota! It’s successfully right in the pocket throughout. Their original material is well within the range, with some political stances taken (“We the People”, “Chalk Angels”) – the few covers appropriately chosen and played… a paving stone in the pathway of a good band as they find their “voice” in this music. The blues takes many forms… this is just one or two of them! Good stuff.’
An innovative original blues & roots band from Five Dock