The Tone Deaf party juggernaught at Ding Dong just keeps on going with another night of hot and sweaty, mind bending rock n’ roll at Melbourne’s live music headquarters.

Headlining their only club show on their first Australian tour are London’s Noxshi, bringing their Wolfmother meets Led Zeppelin apocalyptic space-grunge to this intimate show. Front man Yoriyos’ old man Yusuf Islam, AKA Cat Stevens ,wanted to play too; but we politely explained we only have the hottest up and coming bands so we sent him to play Rod Laver Arena down the road.

Joining them on this massive line-up are the strutting rock storm of Dead Actors Club, and the electro rock explosions of Black & White. Add to this the psychedelic storm in heaven of Adelaide’s Lady Strangelove, the narcoleptic drone rock of our latest discoveries Buried Feather trading licks with the desert rock riffage of Crazy Craw and we’ve got one huge night of rock n’ roll damnation.

Chuck in $10 jugs until 10pm and the Tone Deaf DJ crew throwing themselves on the wheels of steel until you can’t party any more, and this night is will be one more reason you’re going to hell.

Tone Deaf nights are selling out every week – avoid the queues and get there early or pre-purchase tickets at