A nod to George Orwell is what greets us in the bio of Melbourne folk-inspired outfit Husky. “George Orwell said that writing should be transparent – like a clear window pane,” says frontman Husky Gawenda. It is something he feels about music. “You shouldn’t notice the music or the art of it; you’re just transported to another place.” It’s a nice little way of looking at things indeed.
In 2007, seven manly beasts came together to form the heavy metal colossus known as Barbariön. In 2008, they began to perform – and the world was never quite the same. Crowds would begin to experience shows incorporating fire, smoke, skulls, weapons and other battle/heavy metal-themed props.
Cement Events and Dale Cleves Music have joined forces for the Inlet Battle of the Bands, set to take place in Warrnambool in November. Five local bands will battle it out for a nice little price package which includes a paid slot at the inaugural Outlet Music Festival in Adelaide.
Go back 110 million years and Australian consisted of four islands, we continued to drift from Antarctica and giant crocodile like creatures roamed the earth, among other prehistoric creatures. In the National Wool Museum’s exhibition SuperCroc you’ll be able to stare deep into the eyes of a replica of the 11-metre creature. During the school […]
Quickly approaching their graduation, local Geelong rockers Where’s Joss? are about to give their all to the music industry. Algebra and plant compositions will no longer rack their brains, instead their focus will be set on music and nothing but.
Well, as you know the dynamic Ballarat tag-team of Guy Chappell and Gaz Harrison, better known as the Yacht Club DJs, announced earlier in the year that 2014 would be their last year of weird and excessive nudity, stage invasions and boundless energy. Not exactly in those words, but we certainly came to love ’em for their high jinks as much as their mash-ups. The announcement was made in July, leaving fans of their mash-ups and party-style ways a little misty-eyed.