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Trio delights with hit set

Chloe FraserBusselton Dunsborough Times

Australian hip-hop trio Thundamentals played at the Dunsborough Tavern on Thursday, March 15 as part of their Decade Of The Thundakat anniversary tour.

Celebrating 10 years in the industry, the group performed fan favourites including Something I Said and Quit My Job, as well as tracks from their fourth studio album Everyone We Know, and Matt Corby’s Brother.

Sydney-based MC B Wise and soul singer-songwriter Adrian Eagle supported Thundamentals, setting the atmosphere for the night.

Michael Croft and Troy Goldworthy.
Camera IconMichael Croft and Troy Goldworthy. Credit: Chloe Fraser, Busselton-Dunsborough Times.

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Nadine Kuzmanich, Juliet Kerr and Ryan Smith.
Camera IconNadine Kuzmanich, Juliet Kerr and Ryan Smith. Credit: Chloe Fraser, Busselton-Dunsborough Times.
Pam and Craig Roberts.
Camera IconPam and Craig Roberts. Credit: Chloe Fraser, Busselton-Dunsborough Times.
Holly Dickerson, Kai Bowler, Jacob Barrett and Scott Tan.
Camera IconHolly Dickerson, Kai Bowler, Jacob Barrett and Scott Tan. Credit: Chloe Fraser, Busselton-Dunsborough Times.
Sam Gurney, Ashlee Hollett, Temika MacDonald and Zac Johnson.
Camera IconSam Gurney, Ashlee Hollett, Temika MacDonald and Zac Johnson. Credit: Pictures: Chloe Fraser, Chloe Fraser, Busselton-Dunsborough Times.

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