Turning up the heat.
Bad//Dreems have had a gutful and they aren’t pulling punches.
Bad//Dreems have had a gutful, so they’re hitting the road.
And they’ve got a new album out soon.
One lucky city is in for a treat.
Tkay slays again
Hittin’ the road in support of their latest single.
“Things were over too soon.”
“As soon as At The Drive-in get onstage, everyone in the crowd stops looking like a dad and starts feeling like a teenager again.”
Things are warming up this year already.
A nostalgic night for many and a great celebration of a trio that have been giving Australians plenty to thrash around to for more than twenty years.
One of the most impressive music lineups the Sunshine Coast has ever seen!
The Living End just announced all of the things
Pure, unabashed silliness.
“What a fantastic way to celebrate our incredible music scene.”
Secret Garden festival are whetting the appetites of punters with a teaser announcement of the first ten artists from the bill.
The Hills Are Alive with the sound of rising Aussie talent.
Adelaide rocker Bad//Dreems took to the triple j studios this morning delivering a bare-boned rendition of The Weeknd‘s mammoth hit Can’t Feel My Face for the station’s weekly Like A Version segment. The band’s organic rock style is miles away from The Weeknd’s dark brand of R&B but they took the song completely into their
Tasmania’s all-ages camping festival Party In The Paddock has unveiled its impressively eclectic 2016 lineup, packing the likes of Aussie rockers Violent Soho, Spiderbait and The Preatures, along with rising stars such as Tkay Maidza and producer Roland Tings. Other acts on this year’s lineup include alt-rock outfit British India, electronic duo Vallis Alps, Adelaide