Over two nights (in which I went to the first) Oxygen College set up a showcase for its budding students who will soon be seriously entering the music industry, armed with the knowledge given to them from the college.
When: 17 / 09 / 16 Where: Torquay Hotel, Torquay Supports: Nocturnal Tapes Launching their brand new record Guerrilla Club, Caravãna Sun is fresh from the return of their European Tour, bringing with them a live show to the heart of Torquay on Saturday night. The Sydney outfit, made up of Luke Carra (guitar and […]
Known to most by her stage name Montaigne, Jessica Cerro has been on our radars since 2012, where she emerged as a triple j Unearthed finalist for her indie pop song Anyone But Me. The highly-anticipated album contains 13 tracks, plus one “hidden track”.
When you hear that a band uses one guitar to create the sound of three, you know they’re worth investigating. King Of The North is a two-piece band, featuring guitar, vocals, and drums, but in this band, the guitarist Andrew Higgs plays lead, rhythm, and bass – all at once. Their third album, Get Out Of Your World, is a rock bass jam akin to Wolfmother, with a powerfully insistent tone.
Melbourne’s Indie/electro-pop duo Gypsy & The Cat are set to release their third album ‘Virtual Islands’ on Friday August 5. The album contains 10 tracks including some that have been pre-released tracks. One of those, ‘Life’, got to #1 on the Hype Machine main chart during the first week of July.
This year the gumboots were left behind as thousands flocked to Byron Bay and the home of one of the finest music festivals in Australia. Instead sheer dresses were rocked with Doc Martins, shirts became optional and sunnies soon became victims of the moshpit.