“The crowd… was exuding love, screaming along to every soul-baring lyric as sweat poured from the 4 band members’ faces.”
Get ’em while they’re hot.
“We can’t wait to cause some ruckus – come and have a drink with us!”
“The way things end up at this show is a damn shame.”
Rowdy Ballarat boys Apes are currently hooning around the country supporting the The Darkness on their Australian tour and due to exposure to their new tour mates have got Brit-rock fever something fierce, innit? In celebration of everything Pommy, Apes’ Ben Dowd runs Music Feeds through his 5 favourite UK rock outfits of all time.
Some of Australia’s top rock acts have done their country proud. Three local bands have taken out the top three placings in the rock music category of the 2014 International Songwriting Competition (ISC), proving that rock isn’t dead down under. Fremantle four-piece San Cisco took out first place in the rock category with their song
The Great Escape – the UK festival which prides itself on supporting exciting new artists – will be graced by a strong Aussie contingent in 2015, thanks in part to the efforts of the Australian music development initiative Sounds Australia. A variety of Australian talent will spend a day at the British seaside for the
To arrive in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley on any day during or surrounding the annual BIGSOUND conference is to inject yourself into the pumping veins of the nation’s music industry. There are people hurrying – running – around from bar to eatery and back again, the anticipation is high and excitement can be heard through the
Ft. The Jezabels, Shihad, Violent Soho & more!
Australia’s most extensive indie label Inertia are celebrating ARIA Week in style with Nothing Major, their ARIA Party to end all ARIA Parties, at Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory next week, with a selection of their finest musical talent on display for Ausmusic-hungry punters. The best part? It’s 100%, guaranteed, no-dick-around free of charge! Huzzah! Slated
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Melbourne-based garage rock four-piece APES are continuing their assault on your eardrums with latest single Napalm, a cut from their debut EP, Helluva. Accompanying the searing new track is an equally explosive video, which readers can check out exclusively on Music Feeds. The video was directed by the band’s frequent collaborator Steven Tandy, who recently
After a cheeky breather following extensive touring in support of acts like The Love Junkies, Papa Vs Pretty and Davey Lane, Melbourne outfit Apes have announced they’re going to do it all again this November. Once they’ve washed their smalls, the band will once again be loading up the van and hitting the road for