Bo Ningen have announced two headlining Australian dates when the band arrives for Melbourne’s Sugar Mountain Festival next year. The London-based Japanese quartet will bring their frenzied sound to The Zoo in Brisbane and Sydney’s Oxford Art Factory in February 2015. With a reputation for putting on intense live shows fuelled by their acid punk
UPDATE 02/10/14: The Laneway Festival 2015 lineup has been revealed! Organisers of the St Jerome’s Laneway Festival have dropped some not so subtle hints about who punters might expect to see on the 2015 lineup, following the publishing of their South By Southwest 2014 “highlights”. There’s no coded language to this, as Laneway wrote themselves
Each of today’s Record Roundup artists occupy a league of their own in the great landscape of modern independent music. From Japanese five-piece Bo Ningen, to Toronto hardcore outfit Fucked Up, and from the always spritely Tune-Yards, to Oxfordshire four-piece Glass Animals. Bo Ningen – III One of the more acclaimed acts on the Big
Black Night Crash, Melbourne’s longest running indie night, have just launched their own record label, and their first signing is none other than Japanese 4-piece Bo Ningen – and Music Feeds have got the exclusive first listen to their new record, Line The Wall. Like the lovechild of Gang Of Four and Yeah Yeah Yeahs
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