Prepare yourselves for a burst of ‘90s nostalgia. With The I Love The 90’s Tour coming up with a dream line-up of pre-millennium favourites, we’ve rounded up a few of the hits that are sure to feature at the show.
2016 was a massive year for local glam rockers Dangerous Curves; playing gigs all over the state, laying down the blue print for an upcoming debut album and winning K Rock’s ‘The Band’ competition, awarding them the chance to play to the masses at last years leg of Run Geelong.
The legend of the Twelve Foot Ninja is one that stems from over a decade ago. Seemingly stealthlike, the Melbourne-based unit are masters of the sneak attack. Between dropping their highly anticipated album Outlier last year, smashing some Australian headline shows and supporting Disturbed in November, the men behind the myth are more than set up for the year.
Since Mosquito Coast first popped up on the radar after their 2015 win of triple j Unearthed High, there’s been no stopping the Perth band. After becoming a four-piece, they have since been smashing the summer festival circuit and playing shows all over the country, all whilst the two founding members are still at the ripe age of 18.
You just know that if a tour is named after ice cream, it’s going to be a pretty sweet time. And that is what indie-folk duo Winterbourne is all about.
The internet is an echo chamber, filled with voices all trying to speak louder than the other, all the while holding the power to simply log off. It’s this common lack of constructive discussion that disillusioned notorious activist and frontwoman of White Lung, Mish Barber-Way, and pushed along a shift in her life.
During the hot summer months of January and February, Werribee Open Range Zoo are hosting the Rhythm of Africa on Saturday evenings. These African infused nights, are now in it’s twentieth year and host an evening of animal viewing, live African music, African-inspired food and activities for the kids.
Set in the rolling hills of small country town Beechworth in Victoria, Beechworth Music Festival is a summer favourite for music lovers. We came up with a quick guide to prepare you for this regional treasure.
With a few changes following the band since their 2014 release, Let the Ocean Take Me, most notably the departing of lead guitarist Troy Brady, the band will be bringing a slightly altered sound, new line-up and some spanking new merch when they hit Geelong next month.