Bluejuice - Capitol
with Loon Lake + The Cairos + local support
As 2011 closed, BLUEJU!CE dropped their third album “COMPANY” and it turned out to be one of the best reviewed records of the year. The album is a high energy, brilliantly crafted, pop music anthology that stands BLUEJU!CE aside from both their peers and current music trends. It left behind the inconsistency and genre hopping that some felt had compromised their earlier records, and it delivered on the long term live appeal of the band.
“COMPANY” was the first BLUEJU!CE album to be featured on triple j, and it received 4 star “album of the week” nods from the gatekeepers of critical acclaim in this country including SYDNEY MORNING HERALD ★★★★, THE WEST AUSTRALIAN “ALBUM OF THE WEEK” ★★★★, BEAT “ALBUM OF THE WEEK” ★★★★ , THE BRAG “ALBUM OF THE WEEK” ★★★★, THE MUSIC NETWORK “ALBUM OF THE WEEK”, RAVE MAGAZINE ★★★★.
If the critics buzzed when the album was released, it was the bands audience that took the reins last month when BLUEJU!CE absolutely smashed their spot on the national Big Day Out tour. The Boiler Room was at total capacity as punters voted for the new material with their feet and the band consistently pulled the biggest crowd of the day to that stage.
It feels like the BLUEJU!CE moment is arriving in 2012 ! So check out the band whilst they are in their career best form at a show this April to celebrate the launch of “COMPANY”. Joining the guys will be the raucous charge of Loon Lake (Melb) and garage cool of The Cairos (Bris).
For the kids please note that BLUEJU!CE are including some ALL AGE and UNDER 18 events on their “COMPANY” headline tour for the first time. The Metro shows in Sydney (April 13th) and The Gov show in Adelaide (April 21st) are both ALL AGES, and in Melbourne the band are doing an exclusive UNDER 18 matinee show at the The Hi Fi (April 28th).
For the total BLUEJU!CE experience you can purchase a digital version of “COMPANY” at the time of online ticket purchase for the “fan only” price of just $10.
This is an 18+ event.
When?8.00pm Friday, 20 April, 2012
393 Murray St
Perth, Western Australia