Performing at Woody's Surf shack on Tuesday night Thee OH Sees (from left) John Dwyer vocals,Mike Shoun Drums,Bridget Dawson on Keys, Petey Dannit guitar,and Lars Finberg on Drums.
Performing at Woody's Surf shack on Tuesday night Thee OH Sees (from left) John Dwyer vocals,Mike Shoun Drums,Bridget Dawson on Keys, Petey Dannit guitar,and Lars Finberg on Drums. Doug Eaton

Thee Oh Sees short and sharp

Woody's Surf Shack is the host of a new band night; Eat City Nights where all things fresh, loud and bandy come together.

Last month saw Bleeding Knees Club tear a hole in the venue and this month's event saw Sydney bands The Gan- aschz and Straight Arrows support their San Francisco counterparts Thee Oh Sees.

The Ganaschz kicked off proceedings with the brother-sister duo launching into a set of garage-fuelled ditties.

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The two keenly swapped between vocal, drums, guitar and flute for an energetic, short and sharp set.

Straight Arrows were up next with an even shorter slot capped at around 25 minutes.

Reverb and fuzz are the heroes in the band's set of garage and punk. The harmonies on Haunted Out make it a stand-out.

Thee Oh Sees powered through their hour set thanks to two drum kits copping a rollicking.

The surf-laden vocals of John Dwyer and Bridget Dawson tie this group together for their fuzzed-out rock.

Contraption/ Soul Desert from their Carrion Crawler release of last year made an impact on the bouncing punt- ers before they launched into their only extended jam.

Judging by the impressive Tuesday night crowd, garage-surf rock looks to have a big future in these parts.


 



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