Two Door Cinema club is the indie-rock band that produce the tunes that are bound to get every man and his dog dancing. The Irish three-piece emerged in 2010 with their first studio album, Tourist History, which would change the way we would think about indie-rock forever.
Following on from a national run of sold out album launches for her critically lauded debut A Suitable Girl, social commentator and femme rock champion Ali Barter will be headlining at this years Adelaide Beer & BBQ Festival at the end of July. We chat to Ali ahead of her performance.
We chat to Superheist frontman Ezekiel Ox ahead of their performance at The Barwon Club Hotel this Friday (July 7) as part of the ‘RAISE HELL’ tour and their AAA side release.
It’s been less than a month at Newfolk Cafe and Jaz Hobson already knows the names of everyone on the block, if not all their coffee orders. Residents and workers are flocking to this tiny storefront for the happy vibes as much for the friendly barista’s perfectly frothed milk.
Bendigo three-piece Fountaineer have been hard at work on their debut album, and have previously shared bills with the likes of Gang Of Youths and Middle Kids, as well as performing at 2016’s BIGSOUND. Forte chat to Fountaineer’s Anthony White ahead of their album launch.
Indie-pop chameleon Georgia Fields and live-looping wunderkind Phia are hitting the road for their Sky and Sea Tour, as they re-imagine songs from Fields’ Astral Debris and Phia’s The Ocean of Everything albums. Ahead of their tour, Forté got the two lovely girls to interview each other.
They were dubbed ‘The most improbable popstars, from the most unexpected place,’ but forty years after performing their debut single, ‘Teenage Kicks’, on Britain’s Top of the Pops, Northern Ireland’s answer to punk and new wave the Undertones, are winging their way to us for the very first time.
Julien Baker has become renowned for her harrowingly raw autobiographical lyrics, detailing personal struggles she has endured. Her sound combines her striking vocals paired with mellifluous guitar melodies, resulting in earnestly awe-inspiring sad songs which has earned her a massive following across the globe.
After playing over 200 shows in two years, it was fairly understandable when Japandroids announced they where having a break at the end of 2013. Now being back on the scene for over two years and selling out shows worldwide, it seems that the two-piece Canadian punk rock band aren’t planning on slowing down again any time soon.