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Slam Jam All Ages Event

The all age music and skate event Slam Jam returns to the Central Coast these school holidays.

Slam JamAfter successful previous events, Central Coast promoters Amp’dUp Entertainment present their biggest Slam Jam yet on July 17.

Heading up the huge bill is the only Central Coast performance by Sydney metalcore giants Shinto Katana. Bringing their brutal riffs and mammoth breakdowns to help promote their new album We Can’t Be Saved, this is one performance fans of modern metalcore can’t afford to miss.

Joining them are fellow Sydney band Lockdown. Bringing a more traditional take on hardcore, they’ll bring the 2-steps and circle pits back home after touring throughout Queensland. Also coming home after joining them on tour is RENEGADE. With their more metal-infused, riffy hardcore, they are sure to get the pits moving as they play tracks from their debut Break The Boundaries.

Also with a new recording, Facebreaker head down from the Blue Mountains to launch their new album No Regrets. With their rhythmic and traditional take on hardcore, they are sure to bring plenty of the energy and moshing from their Western Sydney scene up to the coast with them.

Rounding out the line up is the Central Coast’s own Get A Dog Up Ya! In a short space of time this band has built a solid reputation in the central coast hardcore scene. With a strong following and live shows that are always flled with good-time hardcore dancing and mic grabs, they went on to recently take out the Oasis Youth Centre Battle Of The Bands, and support House Vs. Hurricane. With their good-time, party attitude, this band is set for big things in the hardcore scene.

All these bands will take the stage at the Slam Factory in Tuggerah for a huge day of hardcore goodness that kicks off at 5pm, thanks to Indent, Music NSW, Arts NSW, Rock Cave Music and Macron Music. This is one show not to miss!

Posted on June 25th, 2010 in All Ages, Events

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Turn It Up 2010

Turn It Up 2010TURN IT UP 2010 is a live band night with three exciting bands – No Pressure, True Love Chaos and Neon Heart – rocking Central Coast youth.

SEA FM’s Shayne Sinclair will host the evening, as well as having the Sea cruisers there with give-aways and live crosses, SEA FM is supporting and promoting the event to help to make it a fun night for youth to be a part of.

TURN IT UP 2010 is for young people of the area to come along and have a great time. It is hoped to be a springboard for even more safe, supervised and fun live music events for youth on the coast.

Included in the line up is a local young band, No Pressure, which has been wowing crowds in recent years. No Pressure will be a highlight of the night as it is one of the area’s many emerging acts at this time.

They will share the stage with two Sydney bands that are building loyal followings all over: Neon Heart, with their great rock show and True Love Chaos, with their modern alternative rock sounds.

PCYC staff will supervise the night, with volunteers from the NSW Police Force helping with security. St John’s medical volunteers will also be on-site.

With the audience made up of young people, mostly under 18′s, the event is being promoted as ‘no alcohol or drugs’. Police youth liaison will help supervise the event.

This event will also promote the facility and services of the PCYC at Umina Beach and will also aim to encourage local youth agencies and schools to be further involved in the facility in general.

Posted on June 24th, 2010 in All Ages, Events

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