More dates

    Carbon Emissions Presents Mount Trout launching Petrol Bush + Anthony Guerra + Fully Feudal

    This event has passed Get tickets

    Event description

    Mount Trout imbue the serene coalesced with strangely euphoric dissonance. They occupy

    a space that feels like being over caffeinated and hungover, or simply disoriented, on a

    warm winters weekend morning, in the company of someone you know and trust. The

    breeze is cool, yet the sun is warm. A comforting disquiet.

    In the words of Alberts Basement themselves:

    Petrol Bush is a beguiling demonstration of existential songcraft and poetic folk/rock

    experimentation. For most tracks, Ainslie and Faigan help transport Brown's deep verses

    from simple beauty into confounding wonder - with unwieldy yet serene guitar and trance-

    state devotional drumkit. On others the session offers wider space for sonic wandering off

    and searching - stumbling to a place where firecrackers pop & stink, stars sparkle, near

    divinity. The recordings are warm, cooked on an open fire.

    Listen here


    Anthony Guerra

    Anthony Guerra sings and plays guitar, solo and in the band Love Chants. He also plays in

    番⻑TASTE, Mysteries of Love, Vodka Sparrows, Your Intestines, Vavenge and others. He

    has released music on labels including C/Site, Alberts Basement, Quemada, RIP Society,

    BreakdanceTheDawn, PseudoArcana, CMR, Impermanent, and Digitalis, most recently in

    solo guise an album titled “Cold Victory - Kingdoms III” on C/Site


    Fully Feudal

    Fully Feudal are a 4-piece pan in the flash group somewhat pigeonholed in the post-punk

    cannon. ft. Elmo, Jubo, Max G-Man & Toto. You will not find these names in the white or

    yellow pages. They are best witnessed live, in the flesh & in the flash of the pan. Every dog

    will have its day.



    Poster by T. Brown

    Carbon Emissions is a label aimed at emboldening and disseminating all things things DIY, to and for the community

    Carbon Additions is the concert series

    We stand in solidarity with the oppressed and marginalised

    This event takes place on Gadigal Land of the Eora nation, we pay our respects to elders

    past, present, future and emerging

    Sovereignty was never ceded, always was, always will be, Aboriginal Land


    Under 18s are welcome at the Petersham Bowling Club but must be accompanied by an adult.

    Getting to The PBC! Access to the club and main stage is via 12 stairs at the front of the venue. We are not wheelchair accessible currently but we are working on it! There is free, untimed parking on the avenue and Brighton Street and drop off / pick up is available via our driveway.

    Access to the green room / downstairs stage is via 15 stairs down onto the ground level. If you have special access needs please email or call us ahead of time and we will do our best to plan with you and help you into the club.

    The Petersham Bowling Club acknowledge the Gadigal of the Eora Nation as the traditional custodians of the land on which this show takes place and pay our respects to their Elders past and present, and emerging and extend those respects to the First Nations peoples of NSW and beyond.

    Powered by

    Tickets for good, not greed Humanitix donates 100% of profits from booking fees to charity