U.S. Rockers POP EVIL are headed to Australia for the first time in support of their latest self-titled album this April presented by Silverback Touring. Simply put,POPEVILis a larger-than-life true rock n’ roll band blending […]
‘MINE’FIELDAn exhibition of drawings on paper by illustrator and storyteller John Zurbo. Born in Maramaros Sziget, Transylvania in 1936 to Hungarian parents, Zurbo spent his early childhood in Rakos Csaba, near Budapest. Before the end […]
Tell us about your new single/ album/ tour? My single, ‘How did I get here’, lyrically explores the journey and stuggles of an artist. Spotlighting my own personal struggles in the music industry. I was […]
Tell us about your new single/ album/ tour? I’m finally releasing my debut solo single! It’s called Melbourne Bitter and will be available everywhere April 5, with a matinee show at The Workers Club in […]
Tagged by International music mag The Obeliskas being“at the head of the pack of European heavy Rock and Roll”, Greece’s1000modsbring their psychedelic onslaught to Australia this April, touring nationally on the back of aMojo Burningfestival […]
TFS is the new band formed by Gareth Liddiard and Fiona Kitschin (from Australia’s epic art punk psych maniacs The Drones) with Lauren Hammel (High Tension) on drums, and Erica Dunn (Harmony / Palm Springs) playing guitars, keys and other gadgets.
All the Weathers are Georgia Lucy, Gigi, Callum. All the Weathers, All the hits, All the time.
12″ LP “…For the Worms” to be released in early 2019 through Hobart based label Rough Skies Records
Previous releases include the cassette “Tactile Textiles” (Plum Stop), and 12″ LP “Six for Gold” (Wrong Place (Right Time))
Brazilian thrash brothers and former Sepultura members Max & Iggor Cavalera played a sold-out show at Melbourne’s 170 Russell on Thursday 21 March 2019, as part of their headline Beneath Arise Australian Tour. The legendary metal siblings last toured Australia in 2017 for the 20th anniversary of Sepultura’s classic album Roots, and this time around they performed select tracks from their 1989 album Beneath the Remains, as well as 1991’s Arise.
Muriel’s heart-warming tale takes a flamboyant leap onto stage! It’s been 25 years since PJ Hogan grabbed our attention with the unforgettable and uniquely Australian film, Muriel’s Wedding. The comedy-drama has now been spectacularly transformed […]