Despite this fault in judgement, the sheer quantity and quality of the wax available at Dada records made the wait as bearable as it could have been, along with a quick pit stop at a local liquor store. This was the second time this type of event had taken place at the central record store since it stopped about a year and a half ago because of noise complaints and while I hadn’t ever been to these older shows, I imagine the atmosphere at the shows would be pretty comparable to the original ones.Heading out to the back, just in time to hear the unmistakable sound of doomy post-punk outfit The Pissedcolas, who played a handful of songs from their release “Demo Suzuki”. The band even played the rarely played “Dada’s” named after the very establishment they were playing. I feel like the reason this song isn’t played as much is due to the fact it is slightly out of place with the bands usual Melvins-ian style with its more catchy hooks and less more droning approach. Nevertheless it’s a great song and was an excellent part of a great set. These guys really know how to get huge tones from their instruments and are fast becoming one of Perth’s best bands in the doom/post-punk genre. The band has been playing a heap of shows recently, so do check them out live if you get the chance.