A Psychedelic Extravaganza with Special Guests SAND PEBBLES & THE ELECTRIC GUITARS To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the album’s release, The Pretty Things will be performing their landmark Abbey Rd. psych classic, S. F. Sorrow on Saturday Oct 6th at the Thornbury Theatre, with special […]
Australian Music Association announced the 2018 return of the Melbourne Guitar Show, set to rock Caulfield Racecourse on August 4 and 5 – and this year, it’ll be bigger than ever. Proudly presented by Triple M […]
Brisbane Band Join Forces With Youngcare
To Launch ‘Brick by Brick’ Campaign To Help Fill
Disability housing shortage
National not-for-profit Youngcare have teamed up with Brisbane post-alternative rock outfit Between Kings to ask Australians to ‘buy a brick’ and help build a home for young people with high care needs living in institutional housing. […]
With two massive announcements already made for the RED HOT SUMMER TOUR in
2019, festival promoters have organised an incredible line-up for the
highly anticipated Series Three. Headlined by the legendary John Farnham,
with special guests Daryl Braithwaite, Jon Stevens, Vanessa Amorosi,
Thirsty Merc and Dragon, these select shows were hand-picked for the final
run of the 2019 festival. The special dates were by popular demand, after
an incredible sell-out series with John Farnham in 2018 there simply just
had to be more when the festival returned in 2019. […]
The red-hot line-up of stalls and entertainment at the July 29
Sydney Rock ‘n’ Roll & Alternative Market will melt off the winter blues.
The July market is a shopping treasure trove of unique goods and the monster record fair is back, with thousands of vinyl offerings crossing all genres.
Linda Bull, one half of the luminous Bull Sisters, has today announced a new, collaborative show featuring the songs of the Red Headed Stranger – Stardust: The Songs of Willie Nelson – set to play at the Arts Centre Melbourne (Playhouse) from 29 August to 1 September, 2018. […]
No one is sure just whats in the water (or other substances) in Melbourne but whatever it is, long may it continue to flow. Especially if it keeps leading to the cities stellar rock n roll output.
Known globally as the rock capital of the nation, Melbourne has always been more rock than its northern capital city neighbours and that fact ain’t about to change.
The long awaited second album from Redro Redriguez & His Inner Demons is about to grab you by the ears and rock you like a hurricane.
Denim Daddy is intense and intimate. It’s hard hitting lyrics touching on issues of toxic masculinity violence blind government and self determination and get your head thinking.
While its velvety, fuzz driven, melodic rock n roll gets your ass shaking. […]
Post-punk royalty, The The will return to Melbourne for the first time in almost thirty years to perform in this year’s event. Following sold out performances in London in June, singer and songwriter Matt Johnson […]
Sydney Celtic Folk Rockers Medusa’s Wake’s release their debut album Rascals & Rogues with a very uptempo and energetic style of music that will have you raising your beer glasses and showing off your skills on the dance […]