Tijuana Cartel will return to Gosford’s The Rhythm Hut on July 7 as part of the Hut’s ‘winter warmer’ line-up of live music and events.
A favourite of The Rhythm Hut stage, Tijuana Cartel are back on tour with their latest release, Bhairavis Garden, packed full of their distinct quirky beats.
“We are making better music than ever, and the new material has taken on a new life and feeling, everything is about movement,” said, Carey O’Sullivan, the band’s producer and multi-instrumentalist.
“No one else does what they do, shredding Flamenco guitar, pulsating electronic beats mixed with Middle Eastern Percussion and soaring trumpet riffs.
“This tour is set to be one massive party with a string of sell out shows,” said, The Hut’s, Lou Sawilejskij.
Supporting Tijuana Cartel on the night are The Starktones.
Hailing from Brisbane, The Starktones are described as a ray of sweet, sweet, sunshine, mixed with all the good bits of reggae, soul and psychedelic.
“The energetic five piece create an eclectic sound where classic flavour meets modern groove, peppered with roots and reggae.
“Often compared to Matt Corby, Fat Freddy’s Drop and The Beautiful Girls, the sweet soulful voices of Cheyne Starkie and Lizzie are complemented by smooth saxophone, psychedelic synthesisers and groove orientated drums and bass.
Media release, Jun 24
Lou Sawilejskij, The Rhythm Hut