They started with a bang before taking time off to hone their craft. Following an eighteen-month hiatus, Crooked Colours recently released their debut album Vera.
It’s quite common to listen to a band and hear the obvious influence of the decades that came before it, but sometimes a very special act comes along that genuinely sound like they are from that era. This is the case for The Teskey Brothers.
WA blues guitar slinger Matty T Wall announces that he’ll be legging it over to the east coast this August in support of his new single ‘Broken Heart Tattoo’. We chat to Matty ahead of his tour.
Returning for its fourth year running, The Mane Event Music Festival is the local festival giving back to the community. Partnered with the Lions Club, the event this year aims to reach a total fundraising goal of $10,000, which will be donated directly to headspace Geelong.
It’s onwards and upwards for The Creases, a band which began as an act of satire. The recent announcement of their largest headline tour to date has been warmly welcomed by fans, as they set out in support of their anticipated debut LP, Tremolow.
When former room-mates and long-time friends, ARIA-award nominated Mama Kin and musician/producer Tommy Spender, bonded over their shared love of Rufus Wainwright, neither would have guessed that less than twelve months on they would have a full body of work at their fingertips, and that they would be ready to embark on an exhilarating new chapter of their musical careers.
Indie-pop chameleon Georgia Fields is hitting the road for her Sky and Sea Tour alongside live-looping wunderkind Phia, as they re-imagine songs from their recent albums. We chat to Georgia in the midst of her tour.
After being a work in progress for over two years, it was a truly exciting moment for fans of Frenzal Rhomb when they dropped their first studio album in six years, Hi-Vis High Tea, earlier this year.