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Crossbones and SheWolfs set the tone for Semi 3!

Semi Final No. 3 - Melbourne - The Espy Gershwin Room - 11/09/14



SheWolf

Is this the same band that played in The Espy Basement? Kicking off Semi Number Three in the Gershwin room was all girl band SheWolf! They came with a much improved sound, tightness, and a ton of energy! The band was almost unrecognizable! Front lady Serena owned the stage, backed with great harmonies by Cassandra and Ellen up front on guitar and bass along with one of the finest hitters we have seen this year behind the kit in Nikki! The second and third songs of the set were a real highlight! Good things ahead for Shewolf!

Sunday Heist

It was starting to turn into the night of the drummer as another fine young band hit the stage with energetic beat maker Tyler behind the skins! Sunday Heist made a real impact with their first tune before going into crowd favourite 'Bite the Bullet.' The first two tracks were the strongest of a quick set, with a cover and one remaining song becoming quiet pitchy in parts.

Children of Indigo

Not to be outdone, a much improved Children of Indigo hit the stage with new energy, improvement, and another amazing drummer! One of the most noticeable improvements of the band since their show in The Espy Basement was the much better use of mic placement and voice projection from front lady Kara! She really has a great voice! A good mix of original songs with a cover or two thrown in made for a really enjoyable set which pleased a growing crowd! Well done Children of Indigo!

King Evil

King Evil brought their big unique sound to the big stage of The Espy Gershwin room but unfortunately not their big fan base. The show just didn't have the same energy of their previous heat and they seemed a little embarrassed about the situation. King Evil has a stack of talent and a great chemistry within the band that compliments each member’s musicianship. The voice of lead vocalist Jack and skill of Edward on bass and Tim on drums are great aspects of the band!

Crossbone Carnival

A huge crowd gathered in anticipation at the front of the stage for rock band Crossbone Carnival. One thing about this band is that they never leave anything on the stage; they always give it 100%. The band has improved a lot since their first show with us. A huge drum and bass sound sets this band up to play their huge anthems. Front man Dallas has an interesting voice and when screaming in true rock style he is in his element and sounding his best. When he is singing he is like a totally different person and it is not a strong point. He even threw in some rapping which was great! The challenge for these guys is to harness their strengths and use them to propel the band to the next level! Rock on!

Third Best Friend

We had the pleasure of watching Third Best Friend record their first film clip with us in The Espy Basement and now we got to watch them record their second one in the Gershwin Room, what a treat! Third Best Friend play honest Aussie rock pop songs that are heartfelt and full of passion! Front man Darren is well backed by a solid rhythm section consisting of Jeremy on bass and Petrus on drums.