Bakers Eddy formed when 4 slacker mates decided they wanted something to do other than skate. For the next 2 years they would go through a few band names, a few first relationships and experiment with different genres and substances. […]
East London luminaries, Rudimental have today announced they’ll be heading back to Australia for a national tour in February 2019, as part of their Toast To Our Differences world tour to celebrate the release of their new […]
Inspired by Nirvana, Sonic Youth, Pixies they are known worldwide for their energetic and incredibly fun live shows that continue to delight fans. Ash are truly a band that no matter how many times you have seen you can never get bored of seeing. […]
Scott Morrison’s suggestion that all children will come off Nauru by the end of December is a victory for the campaign. But he’s already back tracking on it. We need to ensure all refugees on Manus and Nauru are resettled in our communities, and not in onshore camps.
Contingents of teachers from schools across Melbourne took the afternoon off work on the 20th of November, Universal Children’s Day, and assembled at the State Library. […]
Tell us about your new single/ album/ tour? My latest album is “Songs For The Species” and it’s a surprisingly “straight” album for The Jimmy C. I usually have twenty song albums with tracks segueing […]
Civic Sounds brought together a range of eclectic artist and sounds into the heart of Melboourne’s CBD. This all-day laneway party sprawled across multiple venues with the main stage in the iconic AC/DC Lane which played host to bands and DJs playing from midday until late. […]
Answered by YoWo participant Lucinda Moje-O’Brien Tell us about your new album! Work Like That is whole bunch of collected works from a lovely little group of gals and GNC teens called YoWo. YoWo is an initiative that aims to […]
Get ready. Twelve Foot Ninja are coming for their first headline tour of Australia in two years. The hard rock outfit have cemented a cult following off the back of their brand of genre–fusing heavy music. One of Australia’s most innovative, and experimental rock bands, #1 on the AIR album chart, ARIA nomination for Best Hard Rock/Metal album, Winner of Best New Talent at the US Golden God Awards, and 16 million views of their clips on YouTube they have toured all over the USA, Canada, Europe and Australia. Joining Twelve Foot Ninja on this tour is Perth band Voyager who have more than earned their place on a rare national tour of Australia’s best prog metal. Saturday 2nd March will see Twelve Foot Ninja and Voyager kick off the tour at The Rosemount in Perth, then on to the ANU bar in Canberra on Friday 8th March, Saturday 9th March […]
Those whom have previously witnessed Steven Wilson live in concert will already be acquainted with the breathtaking wonderment and beauty of Steven’s lavish mindscape, which provides a perfect adjunct to his otherworldly music. Steven has outdone even the magnificence of previous tours to present an awe-inspiring kaleidoscope of evocative imagery and colour. […]
James’ 1993 hit ‘Laid’ became the soundtrack to early 90s alternative radio before finding a second life through its use in teen hit American Pie films. James had already had a decade of hits by the time Laid arrived, having risen from Manchester’s legendary Factory Records scene into one of the biggest UK bands in the world by the dawn of the 90s. With alternative hits in Australia including Laid, Sit Down, Sound, Getting Away With It (All Messed Up), She’s a Star and Just Like Fred Astaire, and selling over 25 million records worldwide, the band were triple j staples for over fifteen years, yet took nearly three decades to hit Australian shores.