After forming recently by chance and a mutual understanding for their sound, Old Feather are set to play Bell Street Fiesta. Also from around the area, it’s an event that they enjoy just as much as locals as they would being on stage.
For the first time in five years, Jinja Safari are headed back down to Geelong to play at the Street Life festival on November 14. The last time they graced the streets of Geetroit was back when they were playing support slots around the country and touring on the back of their self titled EP.
The Finders Keepers Markets are much more than just a place for niche, well-made and original designer pieces. Since forming in 2008 the market has become a community that nurtures the blossoming talents of small creative businesses and a place for buyers to feel at home.
Dec McKinnon is a funny lad. Quite possibly the funniest interview I have ever done. There wasn’t any really funny jokes or punchlines, however it is the personable and genuine nature that he takes to his music that is so appealing as an interviewee.
Combining all the best parts of a music festival with the fuel of a car show, Chopped is the only festival of its kind in the world. Mixing dirt races and bikes with the heart pounding sounds of rock ‘n’ roll, this year’s line up features headliners C.W. Stoneking, Fireballs, Jackson Firebird, Steve Smyth and Mammoth Mammoth.
In a decade where numerous music festivals have fallen by the wayside, earthcore is one that has stood the test of time, recently celebrating 21 years. We had a chat with the man behind it all, Spiro Boursine, on what makes earthcore such a special event.
When we think of Japanese food, the variety on offer at Rice Workshop doesn’t always spring to mind. Part of the motto behind the eatery is to shift the preconception that Japanese cuisine centres around sushi and raw meat, which the newest Geelong location is doing with every bowl is puts on the counter.