How to turn your house into the house party of the century?
Invite an ARIA-winning legend of Australian music and his disco friends over…
Damian Cowell’s Mobile Disco isn’t some guy spinning records. It’s a live band and a multi-media experience. It’s Damian Cowell and a couple of his glamorous friends playing songs from their latest, guest-star-studded album ‘Get Yer Dag On!’ – described by The Guardian as “a triumph” – plus their hilarious re-interpretations of everything from Radiohead to S Club 7.
Damian Cowell was the voice of TISM. If you don’t know what that means, where do we start?
Tone Deaf recently called TISM ‘The Greatest Australian cult band in music history’. 20 years, 7 albums, ARIAs, at least one lawsuit, top 10, TV Week, Big Day Out, programming Rage, being called ‘Scum’ by Nico, quoting James Joyce to bogans and James Hird to intellectuals, doing radio interviews with a motor mower, performing two songs simultaneously from both ends of a venue, talking to the rock press via megaphones and 50 metres of string, making the guy from Rolling Stone wear a wetsuit, becoming a recurring question in TV quiz shows – if you want the boring version, check out Wikipedia.
And in Damian’s latest project, the Disco Machine, he’s teamed up with a cavalcade of guest artists, including Henry Rollins, Shaun Micallef, Tony Martin, Kate Miller-Heidke, Judith Lucy, Henry Wagons, Tim Rogers, The Bennies, Ella Hooper and more.
Damian Cowell’s Mobile Disco will bring his hilariously warped version of Studio 54 to your home: 100% full-on boogie-down disco beats – but with all the searing social commentary and silliness you’d expect from the man who sang “I’m on the drug that killed River Phoenix”.
Ladies and gentlemen, put down your (prescription) glasses and ‘get yer dag on’ with this “supergroup featuring the cream of Australian satire” (Andrew Stafford, The Guardian).
How does this thing work?
Once we confirm your gig you will be sent a secret URL to sell tickets to your mates. Parlour gigs are invite only.
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