Cheap Fakes Play Pulp Fiction

Ready for an epic night of great music and visuals to the killer Pulp Fiction soundtrack?! The Cheap Fakes will bring it to The Brewery at The Imperial Hotel Eumundi on Friday 21 October. They will be supported by HaydenGoSeek and Geniie Boy on the night. 


Everybody be cool, this is a robbery! Well, it’s not really. In celebration of Tarantino’s timeless masterpiece of cinema and music, one of Australia’s most exciting live bands CHEAP FAKES will be performing the PULP FICTION soundtrack, along with other music from the director’s catalogue, live, as an 8-piece big band. 

Flawless renditions of the songs and epic visuals on the big screen from the iconic movie will have you bringing out the gimp and partying like it’s 1994! Featuring a jam-packed mix of surf, soul and swagger, the soundtrack to Quentin Tarantino’s cult-classic flick soundtrack gained almost as much notoriety as the movie itself. With tracks including Son of a Preacher Man by Dusty Springfield, You Can Never Tell by Chuck Berry and of course, who could forget Out of Limits by The Marketts as Butch rides off with Fabienne on his chopper. If you’re a fan of the flick and its epic soundtrack, you don’t want to miss this gig!

Dapper-dressed Cheap Fakes are a musical beast of epic proportions and a much-loved live band for a reason. With suave moves, big fat horny horns, smooth melodies with super drums and atmospheric guitars, they’re a force to be reckoned with. With each members’ tastes and influences so varied and individual, the boys bring it all together in a coherent blend of funk, pop, ska, jazz, reggae and rock.

HAYDENGOSEEK AKA Hayden Andrews is one of Australia’s most exciting frontmen. A Gold Coast local, originating from New Zealand, HaydenGoSeek effortlessly fuses sun-soaked pop with deep Americana sounds and is regarded as one of Australia’s top songwriters and performers. 

Geniie Boy

GENIIE BOY are a fresh indie pop duo combining the musical forces of Alisha Todd and Scott French. Alisha’s silky vocal is at the centre of it all, dancing around topics of human existence and complete fantasy, while Scott French’s multi-instrumental experiments and slyly sophisticated production style completes the GENIIE BOY sound.

TICKETS: $40 (+ booking fee) through Oztix. 18+ event.

Doors open at 7:30pm. 



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