Tex Perkins needs no introduction to Australian audiences, he is a legend within the Aussie music industry and is revered as one of the country’s rock n’ roll outlaws. It is said his affinity with Johnny Cash started in his earliest band and is an enthusiasm he hasn’t relinquished. After fronting The Cruel Sea, Beasts of Bourbon and touring with Tex, Don and Charlie and The Dark Horses, Tex Perkins has had an incredible and varied music career. […]
Multi-platinum selling band SKID ROW will embark on a full Australian tour
this October whilst also hitting Auckland New Zealand. It will be the first
time Australian fans get to see former Dragonforce singer ZP Theart up front
and he will be joined by guitarists Snake Sabo & Scotti Hill, bassist Rachel
Bolan and drummer Rob Hammersmith! […]
Leaps and Bounds Music Festival has revealed the first details of the 2018 program, set to take place from July 13 – 22. The much adored festival celebrates the live music venues of Yarra and the people who have made the area the heart of the live music capital of the world. […]
Andrew Lloyd Webber’s London Palladium production of the world’s favourite musical The Wizard of Oz had its Australian Premiere in Brisbane in November, then moved to Sydney in January followed by Adelaide, and is currently playing at the Regent Theatre, Melbourne. […]
CRADLE OF FILTH are a monstrous tour-de-force of utterly distinctive but reassuringly destructive heavy metal.
Currently enjoying a collective creative renaissance that is driving them to new heights of elegant fury, the band are more potent and devastating than ever before as they approach the release of their latest and perhaps greatest studio effort, ‘Cryptoriana – The Seductiveness Of Decay’. Even Kerrang! Magazine recently exclaimed that they “have created a gothic horror that makes Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein look like The Emoji Movie.”
As they prepare to introduce these stunning new songs to their dedicated global fan base, CRADLE OF FILTH have never been more powerful or their excellence so undeniable. It’s been a long 5 years between tours, but Australia fans finally get their chance in 2018. […]
Celebrating the 20 year anniversary of their award winning and chart topping album pink pills, The Mavis’s are hitting the road to play a limited run of shows to celebrate. Featuring songs spanning all 3 albums of their career, original members Matt, Beki and Nik will be touring together for the first time in over 15 years. Best known for their chart topping single Cry, The Mavis’s were staples on the radio and the TV in the 90s with songs such as Thunder, Lever, Puberty Song and Naughty Boy. Always hard to pigeon hole, The Mavis’s’ sound walked a tightrope between lush, layered pop, space age dub and electro, and hard edged guitar driven rock… with the duelling male female/ brother sister vocals. Their hit album Pink Pills effortlessly combined all these sounds to create one of the most eclectic and exciting albums of the nineties. […]
Caligula is composed of five members: vocalist Ashley Rothschild, guitarist James McKinnon, drummer Dave Macken, Jamie Fonti (keyboards and backing singer), and bass guitarist Sean Fonti.
In 1994, they released the album Rubenesque and received national airplay on Triple J and Triple M with the songs “Tears of a Clown” (a remake of the Smokey Robinson & the Miracles song), “Before” and “Roundabout”. […]
A friend told me about these and I had to give them a go. Although they are a bit fiddly and time consuming to make they are well worth it – not just for the wow factor, but because they taste delicious. I use Margaret Fulton’s basic butter cake recipe but you can of course use any cake recipe you like. The icing recipe is from Taste online. The icing will look very runny but it is supposed to be a thin consistency. Make sure you drain each cake really well before dipping in the hundreds and thousands, or else the icing and hundreds and thousands will run off. As with most baking, I think you can’t beat doughnut jam for the filling, but if you don’t have any then any raspberry jam will be delicious. […]
English rock duo Royal Blood, Mike Kerr and Ben Thatcher, returned to Australia and New Zealand in April and May. Armed with two face-melting records and a Brit Award nomination for Best British Group, the band played their biggest run of headlines shows Down Under to date.
With an increasingly sharp back catalogue and a blistering live presence to match, Royal Blood are showing on stages here and globally that less is more! […]