‘Which city on the upcoming tour will have the most shit faced Aussie thirtysomethings?’
“We’re coming to your shores to party, live recklessly, have a few pies, nurse a few hangovers…”
Labor Day weekend sorted.
A replacement act has already been announced.
Melbourne punks Bodyjar have announced a special hometown show to celebrate the 15th anniversary of their seminal record How It Works. The band, who have been going for over two decades, will take to Northcote Social Club in October to play How It Works in its entirety, including career-defining tracks Not The Same and Fall
NOFX support band Bodyjar have pulled out of tonight show at Melbourne’s Forum Theatre and while it’s a major bummer you can’t really blame them. The veteran Australian punk act took to Facebook to reveal that Bodyjar frontman Cameron Baines’ wife has gone into labour a little sooner than expected. “We have to pull out
Today’s Tour Guide presents a sublime blend of Australian talent that ranges from veterans of the game, to experienced live performers, as well as some up-and-comers, to wit, we have announcements from the mighty Bodyjar, the lovely Audreys, and a string of dates from The Owls. Bodyjar 2014 East Coast Tour Few bands are able
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Australian punk pioneers Bodyjar made our collective days when they dropped their first full-length studio album in over eight years, Role Model, this month, and amped it up tenfold when they announced a national tour to go with it. If that wasn’t enough to get you excited, they’ve teamed up with Music Feeds for an
Melbourne’s finest will be on display at The Espy this New Years Eve for the 2013 edition of the venue’s New Year’s Eve bash – the first round of artists set to perform at the event has been revealed, along with the promise of more to come. Headlining the night will be rock legends Something
Following on from yesterday’s glorious news that Bodyjar will be releasing Role Model, their first album in eight years, we now have word of a national headlining tour from the band. On the live front, the band haven’t been out of action all that long but anyone who feels they have a problem with this
OGs of the Australian punk rock scene Bodyjar were clearly as stoked on last year’s reunion tour as fans were, as the band have now announced they will be releasing their first album in 8 years, Role Model. Given that the band were “officially” on hiatus as of 2009, all this was done under a
Huge news this morning – punk rock icons Descendents will be returning to Australia first thing next year, bringing with them a gang of some of the finest talent punk has to offer. It’s almost a mini festival: Bounching Souls, Frenzal Rhomb and now Bodyjar. Descendents sure know how to put on a tour, and
Bodyjar have kicked off their final lap of the nation on their ‘End is now’ tour in fitting style with a couple of cracker sell-out shows in regional Victoria.
SELLOUT ?!?! Woah hang on there.
So, pioneering Australian punk rockers BODYJAR are pulling the plug. Tha…tha… tha … that’s all folks !
Repent sad sinners ! Repent !! … But fear not … your last chance for a final redemption is at hand. This ain’t just another Farnsey-style farewell tour. This is it !
Melbourne musical zeitgeist DAUGHTERS OF THE RICH are no more!