What was initially a tame show quickly became a communal ballad-belter for Megan McInerney and her fans at the Wool Exchange on Thursday night.
Escapism is the debut album for Sydney-based five piece, Interim, and they’re bringing it to you live with a bunch of show dates around Aus.
From their origins in Melbourne in early 2016, Bench Press has continued to grow through releasing two singles, and now their debut self-titled album Bench Press has hit us.
British India are one of Melbourne’s top bands, and have been on the ARIA charts for almost ten years.
Over the years Lloyd Spiegel has established himself as a top tier Australian blues guitarist.
Melbourne based singer, Julian James, is no stranger to the blues.
Fuelled by ’90s punk riffs, Blind Man Death Stare’s debut album delivers more than the stock standard punk sound rehashed.
His new album Belly of the Beast takes off with the second track ‘Early’, following an instrumental opening which has you on the edge of your yearning for more from the rapper.
Listening to The Attics self-titled debut is like reliving life’s moments of ecstasy.
Melbourne-based up and comers Tempus Sun have hit the ground running with the recent release of their self-titled EP.
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