I OH YOU and Converse present the Halloween House of Hell

Halloween. A great excuse to host a massive party with huge bands and a whole bunch of jubilant punters. And yes, you’re invited.

I OH YOU and Converse decided to put their heads together and do something useful for once. (Seriously, does anyone still wear Chuck Taylor’s?) They came up with an idea for a party which they have donned ‘The Halloween House of Hell’. Ooooh. I’m so scaaaaared.

Headlining the event will be perennial favourites VIOLENT SOHO. Having just returned with their latest single ‘Tinderbox’, the psych-rockers will be chomping at the bit to get back into their live routine. Notorious for their dynamic live performances and mind-blowing sounds, the Queensland residents are not to be missed at this years event.

DUNE RATS will be providing able support with their catchy brand of pop diddies. The lads cuts their teeth on tour with BLEEDING KNEES CLUB earlier this year and have come on leaps and bounds since their early days in mum’s basement. Get in early to catch their JJJ favourite ‘Pogo’.

Melbourne’s DRUNK MUMS are sure to send the night into a frenzy with their wild on-stage antics. With sets at Laneway earlier in the year, as well as support spots alongside BKC, DZ DEATHRAYS and YACHT CLUB DJs, these guys certainly have the credentials to tear the roof off. And I have no doubt they will.

Also along for the ride are BLEEDING KNEES CLUB DJs, INDIAN SUMMER DJs, OSCAR + MARTIN, TWO BRIGHT LAKES, CITY CALM DOWN, TOMDERSON and many many more.

And it’ll only cost you $15! You couldn’t feed an Ethiopian kid for that much!

It’s all going down Wednesday October 31st at The Workers Club in Melbourne.

GET ON IT!~!~!~!

Words by Dominic Sciberras

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About:

Growing up in a rural town in Tajikistan, I first discovered my love for music playing in a glam-bourine band called the Prosti-Dudes. Angelina flew me to Los Angeles where I opened an organic foods store and began playing the lute. Purple Sneakers were kind enough to hire me as part of their ‘Foster a Molester’ campaign and I have enjoyed the opportunity to write and contribute to their website.