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Royel Otis, Drift, The Terrys, Topnovil and more live in Wollongong this week

Jeb Taylor

Beleive it or not, there are other live shows happening all across the place this weekend that aren't Taylor. This Saturday February 24th at Unibar, Sydney's Royel Otis are in town to launch their brand new album 'Pratts & Pain' which you can get from us now. The show is sold out but if you're lucky enough to have a ticket, have fun!

Also happeing this Saturday night at Side Door Theatre just up the road from here, local shoegaze band Drift are playing supported by Pictures With Yuki. If you haven't grabbed a copy yet, you can get their vinyl 'Candyland' in store now.

Wrapping a big Saturday is Josh A Palooza at the Servo in Port Kembla. This event doubles as the 40th for Wollongong mainstay punk promoter Josh Smith. Over the last couple of decades many of the best punk rock line ups coming through town have been promoted by Smith, and for this one the line up includes No Idea, Topnovil, Radio Rejects and much more!

On Monday February 26th, Gerringong rockers The Terrys will drop by right here at Music Farmers to sign some copies of their new album 'Skate Pop' and play a few acoustic tunes. It is free, all ages and kicks off at 5pm.

On Thursday February 29th (the bonus day we get once every four years!), Deer Gaze are holding their latest event at La La Las and it is headlined by the excellent Bargain.

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