With a punk attitude to their raw sound, Reunion Island locals Riske Zero will visit Perth this month for a show with Rag N' Bone.
Riske Zero pick their influences from various fields like the post punk of Joy Division and the noise rock of Girls Against Boys.
The three-piece burn the stage during their live set, encapsulating audiences with their powerful sound and rhythm.
Xavier from Riske Zero shares his favourite movies of all-time.
1. 'Dead Man' (1995)
American western film written and directed by Jim Jarmusch; monochrome black and white with little dialogue. Life can change radically with circumstances. And the music by Neil Young is top-shelf. I like all the films of Jim Jarmusch. I bought the DVD several times because I gave them too many friends.
2. 'Paterson' (2016)
Another movie by Jim Jarmusch. The story of Paterson, a bus driver in the town of Paterson, New Jersey. Paterson writes poems; tribute to poet William Carlos Williams.
3. 'My Name Is Nobody' (1973)
Spaghetti western comedy film directed by Tonino Valerii. Based on an idea by Sergio Leone. With Terence Hill and Harry Fonda.
4. 'Arizona Dream' (1993)
An American film by Emir Kusturica and starring Johnny Depp: oniric, freedom, craziness. I would like to watch it now.
5. 'Les Rois du gag' (1985)
A French comedy film directed by Claude Zidi with Michel Serrault, an excellent French actor and others famous French actors. I saw it several times when I was 15; in the bus with my friends when we used to go to play football. Perhaps today I wouldn’t like it. I think the gags were very dumb.
Riske Zero join Rag N' Bone at Badlands Bar (Perth) 20 October.