In 1988 a bunch of twenty something guys from Melbourne released the vinyl single “Another Me” on White records, the song was picked up by MMM radio and what followed was a wild 5 years of recording, touring and shenanigans. Nick Barker and the Reptiles performed a special “30th anniversary show” at Yarraville Live this June for one show only! […]
Born in Melbourne, Australia, Brodie was raised in a musical family, his father, a professional guitarist and singer taught Brodie the basic chords of guitar and piano and along with his brother Chris, they began making music together, playing as fast and loud as they could to whoever would listen, not letting their lack of experience get in the way of having a good time, and honing their skills of playing live to an audience. […]
Canadian rockers Theory of a Deadman wound-up their first-ever Australian Tour at Melbourne’s Prince Bandroom on Tuesday 26 June 2018. Formed in Delta, British Columbia during 2001, Theory is fronted by Tyler Connolly on lead vocals and guitar, along with Dave Brenner on guitar, Dean Back on bass, and Joey Dandeneau on drums. They have had eight top ten hits on the US Billboard Hot Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, including three that went to number one: Bad Girlfriend, Lowlife, plus Rx (Medicate) that is from their sixth and latest studio album Wake Up Call released last October.
“Complacency is such a disease when you’re in a band,” says Tyler Connolly, singer and guitarist for Vancouver, Canada’s THEORY (Of A Deadman). “People are so afraid to progress, but you have to change—you can’t just write the same song over and over. So when I saw where this record was going, I said to the other guys, ‘We’re in a car and it’s going off a cliff. Do you want to jump out or ride it to the bottom?’’ […]
Hailing from the Sydney rock scene, Bad Moon Born are an undeniably talented five-piece rock band with a captivating sound that is self-described as “girth rock”. They are a new wave of hard rock, with influences from Guns ‘N’ Roses, Alter Bridge, Avenged Sevenfold and Audioslave.
Their debut EP, Chemical Lullabies, has received positive reviews and had tracks added to rotation on the largest rock stations in New Zealand and Australia, gaining traction both nationally and internationally. […]
Chasing Lana are known for their raw and grungy sound, with loud, aggressive style mix, powerful melodic guitar’s, dynamic and solid rhythm sections and catchy vocal chorus’s.
When you see Chasing Lana play live, what you see is what you get. No fancy gimmicks or tricks, no computer generated effects, just a pure raw sound.
The band has two huge notable International supports now under their belts with P.O.D and Saliva and multiple successful headlining show’s around Australia in support of their E.P, Suffocate / Medicate’. […]
Fresh from crawling out of the ancient skin of Quentin Crisp, multi-award winning Australian performer Paul Capsis returned to what he loves doing best – singin’ tunes in an exclusive three-night season at MEMO Music Hall St Kilda. […]
What a talent Paul Capsis is. Within the confines of one season you might catch him in a cabaret, on the box in an award-winning movie or like us, singing his heart out in one of Melbourne’s best venues. Who could fail to find intrigue in seeing and hearing Capsis performing some of his most loved songs? Beginning with the Skyhooks ‘Ego is not a dirty word’ then moving into a synthesis of the Eurythmics ‘Sweet Dreams’ and The Doors ‘People are strange’, we immediately know that while the songs might be as comfortable as our old flannelette pyjamas, the execution of them would leave us gasping. […]
Host RRR’s Jon von Goes and the IOT house band were joined by guests Deborah Conway and Ash Naylor (Even).
lt’s like being at home watching telly when there were 4 channels and everything was live. Singing, dancing, interviews, a desk, a couch, a house band, a house poet, a barrel, a wheel, prizes, mall talk, local legends, big names, small names, dinner, show. All in the comfort of the caravan music club where drinks are still reasonably inexpensive. […]
Swedish rockers Hardcore Superstar played Melbourne’s Prince Bandroom on Friday 15 June 2018, as part of their first Australian Tour in ten years. The self-described street metal band formed in Gothenburg, Sweden during 1997 and have had several number one hit singles and Grammy wins in their country. The band comprises original members Joakim “Jocke” Berg on vocals, Martin Sandvik on bass, and Magnus “Adde” Andreasson on drums, plus Vic Zino (Crazy Lixx) on guitar since 2008. They played songs from their eleventh studio album You Can’t Kill My Rock ‘N’ Roll that’s due for release in September, along with many of their greatest hits spanning most of their albums.