Snap Scene: P.O.D. – 170 Russell, Melbourne 17th April 2018

April 19, 2018 Paul Miles

Christian nu metal band Payable on Death (P.O.D.) kicked-off their Australian Tour on Tuesday 17 April 2018 at Melbourne’s 170 Russell, when they performed highlights from their hugely successful Satellite album plus other hits. Formed in San Diego, California during 1992, the hard rockers have now sold over 12 million records worldwide. They have also received three Grammy Award nominations – all for songs from their fourth studio album Satellite that was released on 9/11 in 2001 and debuted at No. 6 on the Billboard 200 chart, going on to sell more than three million copies in the U.S alone. […]

Scene News: Australian Tour supports for Lydia Lunch Retrovirus’ Australian Tour revealed

April 19, 2018 Scene News

American Singer, poet, writer and actress, Lydia Lunch returns to Australia with her all-star cast of sonic brutarians in a no-holds-barred survey of her musical output from 1977 to the present.

Including music from Teenage Jesus and the Jerks, 8 Eyed Spy, Queen of Siam, 1313 and Shotgun Wedding, Lydia Lunch Retrovirus (featuring members from Sonic Youth, Pussy Galore, Chrome Cranks, The Flying Luttenbachers, Child Abuse and more) marries No Wave, Skronk, Hard Rock and Psychedelic Out Jazz to create a dynamic live performance which is dangerous, infectious and aggressively sexy the way Rock music once was.  […]

Q&A Scene: Will Ackerman ~ FLOW

April 19, 2018 Mary Boukouvalas

What’s your favourite work at this point in time?  I’m lucky that my life is a mixture of things I love.     As it’s always been, I’m still loving producing other artists and that’s what keeps […]

Recipe Scene: Hamburger Buns

April 18, 2018 Kate Delbridge

If I’m pressed for time I buy hamburger buns, but I usually make my own for all the usual reasons – I know exactly what’s in them, they are healthier, cheaper, smaller green footprint and air miles etc. You just need ot make sure you have about 2 hours earlier in the day for prep and cooking, though the actual work time is about 10 minutes – quicker than it takes to go to the shops and buy some! You can brush the tops with milk before cooking for a soft bun, or brush with water and top with sesame seeds if you prefer that. Brushing just plain water on the top will give you a crustier top. Alternatively you can dust with flour or just leave plain. […]

Vintage Guitar Scene: 1961 Fender Bass VI

April 17, 2018 Martin Cilia

1961 Fender Bass VI (Serial Number 70174)

Original Sixties Fender Bass VI’s are not very common here in Australia. I found this one in a guitar shop on Coogee Bay Road (not far from where I was living) and the shop’s owner had just returned from the US with this instrument. […]

Q&A Scene: Bruce Mathiske

April 17, 2018 Mary Boukouvalas

What’s your favourite work at this point in time? Naturally my own new CD six string anthology, but listening wise I’m loving Mumford and Sons and their raw energy. Tell us a quick, on the […]

Snap Scene: Wonderland Media Call, ACMI, Melbourne – 4th April 2018

April 16, 2018 Mary Boukouvalas

Made in Melbourne by the team at ACMI, Wonderland traces Alice’s journey from page to screen to
pop culture icon in an immersive exhibition like no other. Don’t miss this entirely unique celebration
of more than a century of Lewis Carroll’s timeless Alice stories on screen. Combining rarely seen
objects and interactive experiences, Wonderland explores how dozens of screen adaptations have used
the magic of film craft, animation, video games, special effects and new technology to make
the impossible possible. […]

Scene News: Mark Seymour & The Undertow Returning In Spring For Encore Tour By Popular Demand

April 16, 2018 Scene News

After sold out shows around the country last winter, Frontier Touring are thrilled to announce Mark Seymour & The Undertow will return to capital cities in October and November for a hotly-anticipated and requested encore tour. Mark and his ‘tight as a fist’ band The Undertow return to the stages of some of this country’s finest theatres for a two-set performance revisiting over three decades of classics filled with emotive storytelling and full production. […]

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