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Cable Ties, Tropical Fuck Storm, Jaala and more to play PBS Drive Live

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If there's one thing to be thankful for this summer, it's the return of PBS 106.7FM's annual Drive Live program. For one week in February, the radio station will be hosting an onslaught of live shows that are not only free to attend but will be broadcast on air if you can't make it along.

Whether you opt to blast your speakers to the max or come and cop an earful in person, the week-long show will showcase performances by Bahdoesa, Jaala and Maria Moles & Adam Haliwell on Monday February 5, Cable Ties, Aldous Harding and Two Steps on the Water on Tuesday, Rolling Blackouts CF, Totally Mild and Kaiit on Wednesday, Tropical Fuck Storm, Ubik and Bench Press on Thursday and Plutonic Lab on Friday.

Space is limited so be sure to RSVP to nab a spot by sending an email to events@pbsfm.org.au with the subject line containing the night you wish to attend, your full name and your PBS membership number (if you have one, it'll score you a free beer on the night). 

Drive Live is happening at PBS 107.6FM's Collingwood studio from Monday February 5 until Friday February 9 between 7pm and 7pm. Tune in or RSVP to attend.