So the “Hedonistic Clusterfuck of Awesome” that is Double Dragon IV is just around the corner, taking place this Friday Oct 14th at Q Bar, and I thought you should all be prepared. With the line up sporting 17 bands touching on everything from rock and punk with the likes of Regular John, Mother &
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Following on from a first round announcement that included an embarrassingly wealthy store of local artists, including Regular John, playing one of their few shows before going into the studio to work on their new album, with the rest of the line-up featuring a varied cross section of what’s happening in the local music scene
Bringing the kind of dirty hip hop we all grew up with back to The Cross, along with a healthy dose of some of today’s tastiest shit, Chocolate Jesus Industries, Zaire Records and The Club are bringing WARM SUGA back after a year of hibernation, launching on Friday the 30th of September, to service everybody’s
Ahead of their album launch and only Sydney show for 2011 tonight at SIAMESE at GoodGod Small Club on Liverpool St in Sydney, I thought it might be nice for you all to take a sneak peak at some of the tracks from Panel Of Judges‘ latest album Moods On The Move. Released on Mistletone
The running gag about starting a band called ‘Reckless Vagina’ began in Newtown around 2007, by my reckoning. I agreed to join the fledgling outfit, but as a deadbeat ended up having nothing to do with its evolution. Of course I still hype them and falsely claim to be in the band. The name alone!
Melbourne sunny pop outfit Panel Of Judges are making their way up the East Coast this week to launch their latest album, Moods On The Move at SIAMESE at GoodGod this Thursday night alongside Circle Pit and Marf Loth, and in Melbourne at The Tote with Peak Twins, Woollen Kits, Parading and Beaches DJs, playing
Now even on the quietest of nights, Mum at World Bar can get a little confusing, and with Chocolate Jesus Industries taking it over this Friday with an avalanche of local talent, we figured a guide to the festivities, the artists playing and just some general party tips were in order. So first things first,
Playing what will be one if their last Sydney shows in 2011, everyone’s favourite gutter band Circle Pit are launching their new double A side single Slave/Honey this Thursday at SIAMESE at GoodGod Small Club on Liverpool St in the city, supporting Panel Of Judges who are launching their new album Moods On The Move.
One of Sydney’s newest bands to emerge from the murky depths of the city’s creative subconscious, Reckless Vagina have sent the buzz mill flying in their short tenure playing around Sydney, currently getting ready to play their first ever headline show at GoodGod tomorrow the 1st of April. Their oddball pop, rife with synth horns