Bitch Diesel's Top 5 tracks to spend a Saturday session with

Bitch Diesel's Top 5 tracks to spend a Saturday session with

Irish connoisseurs Jameson will be launching JJ’s Place this November, a free one-day festival in Melbourne and Sydney celebrating all things whiskey, beer, mates and live music.
Going down at Easey Street Showroom in Collingwood this weekend (November 24), the festival offers sets from Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever, Bec Sandridge, Bitch Diesel and PBS, as well as whiskey tastings and live barrel charring from the Jameson Master Distiller and Master Cooper Brian Nation. There will also be food pop-ups from Frankie’s Pizza, Leonard’s House of Love and Continental Deli.
To celebrate, we got Bitch Diesel to share their top 5 tracks to spend a Saturday session with…
“How the hell do you cap it at just five top trax?!?! This is excruciating! We have a million faves! Here’s a taste, just a cold old tip of the iceberg for yah!”
The Runaways | Cherry Bomb
What a party banger…brought to us by a bunch of fierce witches including Joan Jett. We have these ladies to be thankful for helping to initiate the rock love revolution. The party never ended and we are honoured to be following in some epic footsteps.

Marianne Faithful | Why’d ya Do It
Haunting in its beauty and ugliness the track delves into the wickedest, darkest and sluttiest realms of a witches mind..the track for a bad break up when needing empowerment.

Surfbort | Trashworld
What a track + what a front woman. This track sums up everything that’s wrong with the world, in a stark and abrasive way… as soon as it finishes..ya just wanna hear it again. New age at its absolute best..

2Stroke | Keeper
A local Melbourne band blowing our minds at the moment. These young chaps have guts, skills and energy that is ripping the revolution apart. All very talented artists as well Oscar O’Shea the singer was the mastermind of our new film clip The Void.

Time For Dreams | Stranger
If you want to have your heart melted and frozen at the same time..this is the track. This ethereal number are from our fave Melb Duo. The bass and vocals are enough to transfix you into the witches dimension in moments.