Zeptepi play their first show of the year on Wednesday 6th April at The Arthouse. Support comes from Kathematics.
Zeptepi released their debut album "Travelling Through Time" in early 2005, and this is the first gig featuring the new line-up. Get on down to The Arthouse and see what the fuss is about!
The buzz surrounding the band grew throughout 2004. A demo circulated around the country early in the year and received plenty of airplay in all the states, particularly the lead track “Welcome to the Modern World”, not to mention the controversial “Zeptepi vs. George W. Bush” - later banned by mp3.com.au! In the last six months, over 1500 tracks have been downloaded from the Zeptepi website.
For more information, visit www.zeptepi.info.
"Travelling Through Time is a masterpiece of intelligent alternative rock music – at times breathtaking, always dynamic, and refreshingly ignorant of musical trends. The Verve, Radiohead, Pulp and David Bowie all spring to mind, but Zeptepi have developed a sound that is uniquely their own."
“A gloriously apocalyptic piece of work… this is seriously good stuff, kids... do yourself a favour... put this album on repeat and hear a new classic each time through. It's like one of those paintings where you see something new every time you look at it.”
“Extremely well done… atmospheric and very well written” "