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Q&A: Revertigo

Define your genre in five words or less:

Hard rock/alternative.

 

What do you love about making music?

There’s nothing better than creating something with your best friends, and when we can’t help but dance to a part we have come up with it’s very exciting.

 

What do you hate about the music industry?

Not many people care about the music. It’s all about how many tickets you can sell.

 

If you could travel back in time and show one of your musical heroes your stuff, who would it be and why?

Definitely Led Zeppelin. Show them our stuff, become good friends, use their plane.

 

If you could assassinate one person or band from popular music, who would it be and why?

One Direction. Could not contain my rage when they were compared to The Beatles.

 

What can a punter expect from your live show?

Lots of energy, lots of spinning, and spilt drinks. All to a hard-rockin’ entertaining soundtrack.

 

What’ve you got to sell CD-wise?

Our debut EP All You Can Eat, available now on iTunes. Definitely worth a listen.

 

When’s the gig and with who?

Saturday August 18 at The Nash Hotel, Geelong. With fellow Sydney band Dawn of The Ages and Melbourne band Them Bruins! Starts at 9pm and entry is only $5!

 

Describe the worst gig you have ever played.

A gig we played a while ago at the Annandale Hotel in Sydney. We used a drum kit supplied by another band. There was no drum key to adjust the toms, and I’m sure these tom drums were from different kits. I did my best to set it up with what I had, but midway through the very first song it began to fall apart. I ended up playing the next 40 minutes with only a kick and snare drum. It wasn’t the best show for us, but I guess the mixture of anger and just letting loose because nothing else could go wrong proved to be very entertaining. The crowd loved it.