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Worlds Smallest Festival 2019 at MoshPit

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What a fascinating event this will be! With an interesting title, read on and see what you can see at the smallest festival!

The MoshPit instalment of the WSF 2019 includes five acts starting early from 7.00 pm. It will be held on Saturday 13th July 2019 from 7.00 pm to 11.30 pm. The venue is the MoshPit, 642A King Street, Erskineville.

Some of the artists that will appear at this festival include the following:

Rubber Necker are a post-punk rock fronted by Renee Falez, backed by Ben Eadie and Peter Yates and experimental maestro Dirk Kruithof. They are a punk, post-punk, new wave, NoWave band based in Sydney.

* Even As We Speak consist of Matthew and Mary. They are two members of these Sarah Records (UK) pop icons, who sold out at their last Blunt Presents show.

Even As We Speak is an indie band from Sydney who formed in the mid-1980s. The founding members were Matthew Love (guitar, banjo, vocals) and Mary Wyer (vocals, guitar). They were later joined by Rob Irwin (bass) Anita Rayner (drums, banjo, mandolin), Julian Knowles (guitar, keyboards, production), and Paul Clarke (guitar, vocals).

The band released several singles and an album on Sarah Records, three of which reached the top five of the Melody Maker and New Musical Express UK independent music charts in 1992 and 1993.

Recently the band reformed without Paul Clarke to play some live shows. In 2016, the played a sold out show at NYC Popfest, alongside The Chills, Secret Shine and The Railway Children.

* Shannon O'Connor and Kristine Whalley are always fun and feature the weird and wonderful folk blues songs of Shannon O'Connor and Kristine Whalley. These two performers are now backed by a full band.

* John Davis is formerly from Folk Implosion, and now with the Cicadas. They have been playing in the US independent music scene since the 1990s.

* Skid Pan Alley feature members of Peg, Unseen and Lobsterman. These guys go back to their youth to do songs of their teen years. They have some catchy and infectious performances.

Although this is the smallest festival, it does not mean that it will not be great fun! There will just be a smaller amount of large talent! You can check out their Facebook page at this link.
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Why? For the smallest festival around
When: 13th July 2019
Where: MoshPit 642A King St Erskineville, NSW
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