They’re back. This Saturday, Geelong burger institution Boss Burger are bringing Melbourne’s Bistro Morgan doughnuts back to both stores. And Boss have released what flavours you can get your paws on, including gay time crunch-syringe, sneaky snickers, biggie s’moores, taste of heaven, flake, hollywood caramel. Oh my god. Yum. After selling out last week in […]
After celebrating their 20th anniversary last year with a huge selection of acts, Queenscliff Music Festival is backing it up with their first line-up announcement for this year.
Singer-songwriter Ali Barter has announced her biggest national tour to date, which will see her take her debut album A Suitable Girl around the country between August and October. Barter’s tour includes appearances at Darwin Festival, Yours & Owls Festival and Electric Lady Festival, as well as shows in capital cities and even more regional […]
The Glitter Project Collective is Geelong’s newest inspirational one day event for women, featuring a day’s worth of keynote speaker sessions, entertainment, workshops and stalls showcasing local businesses and creatives – giving you all kinds of inspiration.
By 1997 Grinspoon were the hottest up and coming band in Australia. After winning the inaugural triple j Unearthed Competition in 1995 for their track ‘Sickfest’, the group of 19 year olds from Lismore were about to drop their highly anticipated debut album, A Guide To Better Living.
The tribute to Chris Cornell at The Barwon Club held on Sunday night was a massive success.
With a mellow mindset, good laughs and hectic experiences, RUNK. are the unique band of funk infused rock, punk and rap hailing from South West Victoria. Coming together just over a year ago, the guys are quickly making a name for themselves in the music world.