Jesse Coulter is feeling a little bit seedy. “I just woke up and tried to force myself through a hangover,” the Grenadiers frontman says. “We played a show in Brisbane at the Crow Bar last night.”
After being thrown immediately in the spotlight due to their esteemed 2005 self titled debut release gaining over 1.5 million sales worldwide, it has been a crazy ride for Sydney act Wolfmother.
Celebrating some of the brightest Celtic musicians, performers, artists and poets on offer, the normally quiet bayside town of Portarlington comes alive this June for three days with the annual National Celtic Festival.
With a resurgence in vampire fiction and fascination with vampires, shake and stir theatre co’s adaption of Bram Stoker’s 1897 novel Dracula comes timely in showing the origins of the myths and stories, creating a dark and absorbing thriller production.
It’s been two years since we’ve heard any new music from the boys, but by the sounds of it, they’re back and better than ever. In case you missed it, Melbourne folk-pop duo Pierce Brothers are back in full swing with the announcement of their new EP ‘The Records Were Ours’.