Thursday, 30 April 2009

Brisbane Music and Wrestling: Rumble Rock Wrestling, presented by 4ZZZ-FM and PWAQ, Sun May 3 2009

4ZZZ, on 102.1-FM, is Brisbane's independent community radio station playing rock, pop, punk, electronica, hip-hop and more (click here for their current Top 20 popular songs, or you can click here for their program guide). 4ZZZ-FM has just started streaming their shows live to the web 24 hours a day, so even if you're not in range of their transmitters you can listen in - click here to get access to their live streams.

To mark the start of live streaming, 4ZZZ-FM are putting on a week-long mini-festival called "Better off Zed", which includes the Rumble Rock Wrestling gig at 7pm on Sunday May 3rd at the Jubilee Hotel, 470 St Pauls Terrace, Fortitude Valley (click here for a Google Map). Tickets are $15 or $5 for 4ZZZ-FM subscribers, and the show features 4 live bands AND live hardcore wrestling matches (plus midget wrestling) presented by Pro Wrestling Alliance Queensland.

This YouTube vid from one of the PWAQ's shows gives you an idea of what to expect from the wrestling:

And these vids show you the bands who are performing:

Sixfthick (click here for their MySpace page)


Metallurgy (click here for their MySpace page)

I can't find any videos for the F1 Elevens but click here to visit their MySpace page so you can listen to their music.

If you're on Facebook, click here for the event page for Rumble Rock Wrestling, and if you're on Twitter, you can follow 4ZZZ-FM here.


Anonymous said...

Great Bands supporting the station, let down by some wanker who says his name is Jay and has a radio show on Triple Zed.(more like triple J). Abusing and threatening bands and people who are supporting Triple Zed for free. And he called Tamara Bell from Hits a fuckin ugly mole(that;s what she told me).Work your shit out Triple Zed.

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