Mi Sex + The Persuaders
Mi Sex + The Persuaders
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Mi Sex + The Persuaders

Brass Monkey (Cronulla, NSW)
Friday, 9 August 2019 7:00 PM
76 days away
18 Plus

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Please Note: All tickets sold through this site are General Admission. GA tickets are allocated for standing room only. A general admission ticket does not guarantee seating. To book seated dinner and show tickets please call the venue on (02) 9544 3844

Party like it’s 1979 when Mi-Sex bring their mammoth live show and unique blend of rock meets new wave, meets punk meets disco, to the Brass Monkey for one night only – Friday 9 August – with special guests, The Persuaders.

Celebrating 40 Years of Graffiti Crimes, Mi-Sex live will deliver all the hits from their award-winning debut LP – ‘Compu-pu-pu-pu-pu-pu Computer Games’, ‘But You Don’t Care’ and the title track, ‘Graffiti Crimes’ – in a 90 minute set brandishing their many hits from the era – ‘Space Race’, ‘People’ and ‘Blue Day’.

Mi-Sex Graffiti Crimes rode the collision of punk rock, dance and disco to the top of the charts in Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Germany, Austria, and South Africa. Truly, madly, deeply, the LP became the catalyst for an entirely new era in music and fashion – new wave. ABC's Double J embraced new wave and Mi-Sex became regular guests on Countdown, which saw the group shoot to #1 with ‘Computer Games’, before rounding-out the decade with its landmark performance at the Sydney Opera House – revered by those of the era as the ‘Concert of the Decade’.

Early the following year, Mi-Sex Graffiti Crimes scooped the 1980 COUNTDOWN / TV WEEK MUSIC AWARDS with 4 gongs in all: Best/Most Popular Single (Computer Games), Best Album (Graffiti Crimes), Best New Talent (Mi-Sex), and Best Production (Peter Dawkins/Graffiti Crimes). #BringBackTheBush with #Mi-Sex-Live-Sex for a party bold enough to channel ’79 all over, all ‘round...