Datura4 to launch West Coast Highway Cosmic at Mojo’s on 31 July.
Local legends and psych-blues rockers, Datura4, are set to blast out of the COVID-19 lockdown and restrictions and launch their fourth album, West Coast Highway Cosmic, at Mojos on July 31.
Special guests are Magnets Have Souls featuring Craig Hallsworth (The Bamboos, The Healers and The Wild Palms).
West Coast Highway Cosmic is another Datura4 trippy, lysergic journey through their original take on burning boogie, dirty blues grooves and brain-bending psych-rock.
West Coast Highway Cosmic was released internationally via Alive Naturalsound during the height of lockdown weirdness. They say when the going gets weird, the weird turn pro and that’s exactly what Datura4 have done to take West Coast Highway Cosmic to the world, playing online festivals and talking to media across the world to let fans know about the new album.
Datura4 are local music treasure and frontman Dom Mariani, ex-Drones and Volcanics drummer Warren Hall and long-time Mariani partner-in-crime, Stu Loasby. Keyboard legend Bob Patient comes into the line-up, along with guest spots from whizz-kid Joe Grech on guitar and Howie Smallman on harmonica.
Evoking the 200km journey from two studios – Killerwatt in Scarborough, WA to Reel2Reel in the South West – West Coast Highway Cosmic’s unconventional journey takes another turn. Help us bring the record home at this very special launch at Mojo’s.
Read the Aroucd The Sound review of West Coast Highway Cosmic.