Live Review: The Zoo, Brisbane
GROOVE MAGAZINE Friday 3rd December 2010
Dubmarine rocked the house at a sold-out Brisbane show in what is sure to go down as one of the highlights of the year for one of The Valley’s iconic homes of live music, The Zoo.
Hot off the heels of a whirlwind European tour and celebrating the launch of their debut LP ‘Depth of Sound’, the vibrant brass-tingled platoon delivered an absolutely stellar performance to the delight of fans and neophytes alike.
The pre-gig atmosphere was laid back and jovial (props to openers OKA and Direct Influence, who were both abso-bloody brilliant and set the scene for a truly memorable night); and from the moment the ensemble stepped on stage with a shirtless, face-painted frontman D-Kazman and the dazzling Cat Walker soaking up the collective energy of the at-capacity crowd, it wasn’t long at all before the throngs of lucky gig-goers were dancing and bopping their heads to the bass-infused rhythms.
With barely a dull moment from start to emphatic finish, Dubmarine certainly know how to “bring it” live. We’re predicting big things to come for this Brisbane nine-piece. Check out our galleries for more of the action.
Dubmarine are currently on tour around Australia. Check below for dates near you.
Depth of Sound is available for purchase from the iTunes store