Guss Brooks, The Stig and The Josh are The Twentynine-Thirties from Dresden and Berlin.
The 2930s first E.P. “The Ride”, released in 2010, received a 5 star rating in Dynamite Magazine for its “mix of blues, garage and rockabilly” and “diversified arrangements far from every standard”. With the release of “RTH/TTL”, which was also recorded and mixed at Sonnenstudio, Berlin, the band continues with more punk, garage and 60’s influences in their song writing.
Taking their name from the date of their first concert almost five years ago, in-between his duties with Berlin’s The BossHoss, Guss Brooks (bass) works on the side project he started along side Australian guitarist and song writer The Josh. The Stig (drums) completes the trio of rock and roll misfits.
Tour highlights have included support shows with Triggerfinger and The BossHoss, and the band was invited by The H-Blockx at the Redbull Stage at Rock im Park in 2012 and since then the band has performed at Berlin’s Roadrunners Race 61 in 2013 and return invitations to perform Blank It Open Air Festival in 2011 and 2013.
Along with the release of the album “RTH/TTL” two music video single’s filmed by London’s BopFlix and produced by Hoss Power will see the light of day. “From Up Here” and “Real Wild Child” both filmed in Dresden.
The band sweats through a full set of original songs, with only a fine selection of covers to filter into their set lists. During his first 2930s concert Berlin’s legendary ex Mad Sin guitarist Tex Morten was quoted at saying “(this is) a cross between AC/DC and KISS… I love it” with their matching stage outfits and on stage rock n roll banter.