7:15pm – Lyle Bray
8:15pm – Soul Mechanics & Master Wolf
Local funk and soul jam band, Soul Mechanics and the unquestionably dope MC Master Wolf will be delivering their usual freestyle gems along with playing tracks in full live band mode from Wolf’s two Driving Force Albums.
They will also play in full their collaborative Ep “Explorations with Master Wolf” which garnered a finalist position for Best Hip-Hop/Rap finalists at the 2019 Qld Music Awards.
Opening for the show, Lyle Bray will play a solo set. He’s the lead singer and guitarist of the funky psych rock band, MACHINE MACHINE. You’ll hear his new and old originals as well as a few covers.
Enjoy the music with some cold beers and hot pizza at The Cave Inn — just a short walk from the Gabba. Playing on the upstairs stage. Free entry.
Space will be limited. Reservations are recommended. Register for free to guarantee your spot. Click +1 for each person attending, then ADD TO CART.
Soul Mechanics released their debut EP “Explorations with Master Wolf” in early 2018 via Valley Heat Records — available for listening on their website: soulmechanics.info. The EP is a collaborative effort with local MC and unquestionably dope freestyler; Master Wolf. The opening song “That’s How We Jam” tells the story of how the band and Master Wolf first met.
“I first heard Wolf rapping on a radio program late one night and was blown away by his freestyle skills… thought that what he was doing would really compliment what we were doing…. literally tracked down his number the next day and called him to see if he wanted to collaborate with us,” reflects bassist, Brian L’Huillier. “We had originally planned to release an old school funk EP that echoed the old house band days at Gertie’s on Brunswick Street. Then we met Master Wolf, a legend of freestyle and social commentary and we started doing these crazy shows together that were completely improvised.”