Motor City Music Festival has announced its fourth and final line-up release, ‘The Live and Local Line Up’ and it features and whole heaps of young, local talent including; The Tiny Giants, The Stackshots, Famous Will, Revolution, Grasshopper, Brooklyn Blue, Underground, Flawed Peace, Cooper Lower, Fenn Wilson, Jack Wright, Luke Biscan and Tex Miller will all be there. The line up already includes the likes […]
Geelong Hip-Hop duo Spit & Mac have announced their debut album, ‘The Hourglass’ will be released on the 19th February. They have also released the title track and single ‘The Hourglass’ featuring another Geelong local, Imogen Brough, available through their bandcamp now. With lots planned over the coming months we suggest that you watch this […]
Werribee Park will host a fine selection of the country’s finest country music artists as part of February’s Live on the Lawn. Lining up you have Lee Kernaghan, Kasey Chambers, Adam Brand, Morgan Evans and Deep Creek Road. Wyndham City’s Mayor, Bob Fairclough: “Live on the Lawn is all about experiencing a wonderful live music event at one of Victoria’s most loved historic venues for a great picnic day with family and friends.
GUIGUISUISUI may well become your favourite music-maker out of China. Combing elements of blues, punk, rock, hip hop, noise and 8-bit music, GUIGUISUISUI is the talents of zombie bluesman GUIGUISUISUI, his master and tormenter, King Necro, and his alter-ego, the self-absorbed rap-rock demigod, Lord Kamemameha. So as not to confuse matters, GUIGUISUISUI is just one man in three parts – DIY superstar Dann Gaymer.
In 1995, Sydney guitar-based indie-rock outfit Bluebottle Kiss released their debut album, Higher Up the Firetrails. Recording for the release began in late 1994 on the day frontman Jamie Hutchings turned 23. You may have heard Jamie has been up to other things, mainly new project Infinity Broke. Following a successful Pozible campaign, the band will release their second album, Before Before, in April.
The 2015 Groovin’ The Moo line up has landed and features a heap of our favourite Aussie acts and a few fantastic imports! The line up features: A$AP Ferg (USA), Ball Park Music, Broods (NZ), Carmada, Charli XCX (UK), The Delta Riggs, DMA’s, Flight Facilities, Hermitude, Hilltop Hoods, Hot Dub Time Machine, Meg Mac, Northlane, One Day, Peace (UK), Peaches (CAN), The Preatures, RL Grime (USA), San Cisco, Saskwatch, Sticky Fingers, Tkay Maidza, Wolfmother, You Me At Six (UK) […]
The Smith Street Band is celebrating the beginning of a new year the only way they know how – by getting high and seeing everyone. The tour is another chance for the band to show off their latest release, Throw Me in the River. Speaking with the Sydney Morning Herald, frontman Wil Wagner said: “We’re a live band more than a recorded band, maybe, so I guess it was just more time to try and capture that. But I’m very happy with how it sounds. I hope that it’s the best thing that we’ve done.”
Next month Geelong will raise a glass to the Great Australian Beer Festival. Entering its third year, the festival is bigger than ever, with some 200 craft beers and ciders on offer. As well as being spoilt for choice when it comes to beer, the festival is putting the finishing touches on their Tastes of the Region foodie menu. There will also be plenty of entertainment, with the festival thrilled to welcome a comedy stage in 2015.
Widely recognised as the premier Celtic festival in the Southern Hemisphere, the National Celtic Festival is a step inside seven unique Celtic lands. While it’s a little early to be able to give you too much news (seriously, we would if we could), we do know the festival takes place from June 5 through June 8. Our own Tex Miller spent time there last year: “There is a well-kept secret on the Bellarine Peninsula: on a wintery long weekend in June…
Like all classic stories, the life of Gramps began in a shed in Port Fairy. Back then they were just teenage punks belting out tunes inspired by the weirdness and boredom that surrounded them. They recorded and released a self-funded album they probably thought would go nowhere. However, track ‘Glitter Eyed Girl’ was submitted to triple j Unearthed. It won the local comp and the band headed into the studio to re-record the track.