Lost Ragas are coming to The Brunswick Ballroom on May 26 for an electrifying live show.
As pioneers of modern psychedelic sounds blended with country, Lost Ragas are playing at The Brunswick Ballroom on May 26. They’ll be playing tracks from their most recent album, This Is Not A Dream, as well as much loved tracks from their years of repertoire. Known for their electrifying live shows, their songs contain wild guitars and interstellar pedal steel.
What you need to know
- Lost Ragas are appearing at The Brunswick Ballroom on Thursday May 26
- They’re showcasing tracks from their most recent album: This Is Not A Dream
- The band will be joined on stage by D.C. Cross
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Lost Ragas was born a few years ago when Matt Walker was touring his solo album Echoes of Dawn, a track that he wished to expand upon with other instrumentals. While playing with Tex Perkins, Walker crossed paths with Shane Reilly and the rest, as they say, is history.
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“The whole Americana renaissance is something I’ve definitely noticed,” Lost Ragas told us in 2015. “Festivals we’ve been getting picked up for are getting more aligned with this movement, like Dashville Skyline in the Hunter Valley and Out on the Weekend in Melbourne. But I think Australian music has always had a strong country scene. There are so many artists, and if you look back there’s a really strong Aboriginal scene aligned with it too. There’s a whole culture of great country singer/songwriters in the Aboriginal community, all over Australia.”
“I really play music for myself. It’s a contradiction, of course, because then you record it, you play live shows and hope people like it. But my main drive to pick up a guitar is kind of selfish, it’s just something I need to do. I think a lot of musicians are like that.”
Lost Ragas are playing at The Brunswick Ballroom on May 26. Grab your tickets by heading here.
This article is made in partnership with The Brunswick Ballroom