Fri 08 December 2023
It's Christmas Time And You Need To Be Afraid
This Friday is A CLASSMAS CAROL which is a huge night of entertainment with a mega lineup of bands and comedians.
What is CLASS? Well here's what they have to say for themselves...
"Leave some cookies and cheap smokes out a few weeks earlier this year, because CLASS is racing down the chimney of The Garrison for A CLASSMAS Carol on December 8th.
We’ve spewed eggnog everywhere, stolen Frosty’s magical hat, and banned Rudolph from participating in any reindeer games. Have we lost the true meaning of the holidays?
Will Deshaun turn into Santa Tim Allen style? Come help Fezenezer Scrooge and The CLASS crew rediscover the spirit of the season, and rock out to a stocking over stuffed with music, stand up comedy, and art. Bah Humbug, I just sat in some hot cocoa."
Comedy will be served hot thanks to Ryan Dillon, Sima Sepehri, Sam Burns and Kari Johnson
Grab your tickets now on Eventbrite.
Thu 02 June 2022
Bill Cutbill's AMAZONAS Vinyl Release Party
We're delighted to be announcing the first 'Safe Sounds Presents' of the year...
AMAZONAS Vinyl Release Party
Bill Cutbill & the Schmoozy Lighters
with support from Kiss Kali Die Die (of Bad Waitress) and Idious Carrie (of Kali Horse)
Thursday June 2nd @ The Cameron House
Every advance ticket purchased comes with 1 entry to win a test pressing of AMAZONAS with a hand painted sleeve! It's a low capacity show so secure your seat and be in with a chance to win!
To celebrate the vinyl release of Bill Cutbill's debut LP, AMAZONAS, Safe Sounds has curated a very special event...
The show will open with a performance from Safe Sounds' Idious Carrie (lead singer of psychedelic rock masters, Kali Horse) followed by an acoustic set from the enigmatic Kiss Kali Die Die (lead singer of the acclaimed punk band, Bad Waitress).
Bill Cutbill will then transport you to the Amazon rainforests of Brazil for a very special one-off performance of AMAZONAS in full, featuring the recorded sounds of the jungle alongside compositions for guitar, synth and piano. Featuring the poetry and stories from his month long stay in South America alongside backing band, the Schmoozy Lighters (Desiree Das Gupta, Quentin Mitchell).