Get a taste of the Micka vibe

Whitsunday Times - - CHILL. -

ADDING to the list of dy­namic venues in the Whit­sun­days for the ul­ti­mate Sun­day ses­sion ex­pe­ri­ence is the Whit­sun­day Arts and Cul­tural Cen­tre.

This Sun­day, they proudly host the re­turn of Micka Scene, who is the front­man and soul be­hind popular By­ron Bay troupe Pacha Mama.

Micka Scene is loved for his raw and emo­tive shows.

This un­mis­tak­able voice, pieced to­gether with slide gui­tar riffs, brings a rock, roots and ska/ reg­gae vibe un­like no other.

He’s dubbed a pi­o­neer of the drum­ming com­bi­na­tion of the Ca­jan Kick and Snare.

This multi-tal­ented artist also pro­duced Pacha Mama’s first al­bum which has been played on ra­dio in 28 coun­tries in­clud­ing Tri- ple J and Nova in Australia.

He has also blasted across the waves at the Quik­sil­ver Pro surf comps around the globe and was nom­i­nated for three mu­sic awards.

With some of the catchi­est and most eclec­tic song­writ­ing on the scene, he has also been de­scribed as “the most un­der­rated Aussie artist of cur­rent times” by Canada’s Ion Mag­a­zine.

The Whit­sun­day Arts and Cul­ture Cen­tre (WACC) in­vites ev­ery­one for a cool Sun­day af­ter­noon ses­sion with world-class mu­sic and lo­cal sup­port acts.

Tick­ets can be pre-booked on the WACC’s web­site for $10 or pur­chased on the door for $12.

Fa­mil­iarise your­self with Micka’s cruisy vibes at www.pachamam­ma­mu­

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