‘imagine a balkan brass band woke up at a bush rave and decided to join in the fun’ – Joe Gould, Crooked Fiddle Band
The Seduceaphones formed in the Australian bush with a Balkan gipsy party on their minds. Weaving traditional trumpet melodies over Eurotrash grooves, they created a sound that has never failed to move their crowd in new and unusual ways. They released their debut album Muskrat in 2019 described by fans as wholesome clubbing.
The band has been shaking festival stages since 2014 with Moomba Festival, Falls Festival, Rainbow Serpent Festival, The Castlemaine State Festival and Bendigo Blues ‘n’ Roots Festival being among the highlights. They play regular hometown shows in Melbourne and traditional Balkan weddings around the country.