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“This is our best line-up ever,” says Cherry Bar’s James Young.
After a super successful inaugural event last year, Australia’s punk rock festival Gingerfest has announced its 2015 return on Saturday December 19th, and it’s packing a raucous, kick-ass lineup of punk rock goodness. The all day event was born to honour of one of Australia’s most dedicated punk rockers, the late Nicholas Sofer-Schreiber, known to
It’s a matter of taking your pick with this eclectic and appealing slew of freshly announced tours from diesel-fuelled rockers Gay Paris, the ever karmically aligned N’fa Jones, Christian metalcore brutalisers Prepared Like a Bride, and quickly rising electronic prodigy Young Franco. It’ll be your last chance to check out Gay Paris before they retreat
Kyuss were forced to change their name to Kyuss Lives! and again to Vista Chino following a lawsuit filed by former members Josh Homme and Scott Reeder, but it hasn’t changed a thing. There was really no question if the recent legal hassles had slowed the band. Their new album, Peace, harks back to the
Few tours poses the skull-shattering, sludgy sleaze factor as this one, so we advise you proceed with caution as the awesome factor of this alone is enough to blow up your head. Dirty motherfuckers Gay Paris have teamed up with the terrifying King Parrot for a run of East Coast tour dates this December as
The Lansdowne Hotel officially returns with @gayparismusic and more! #url#
For 35 years straight, the streets of Newtown, Sydney have exploded with action during Newtown Festival and 2013 will be no different, with Dappled Cities, NZ’s Home Brew and The Snowdroppers all set to grace the stages at Camperdown Park. Come Sunday, 10th November some 20 odd acts will be performing across 3 stages at
Gay Paris get “very strange, very dark and very sexy” tonight from 10pm AEST!
Habitual agents of chaos and preachers of a better way to party Gay Paris are gearing up to once again unleash their filthy thoughts and twisted vibes all over us, and I dare say, it won’t be over quickly. For 3 months the band will be crisscrossing the country in support of their new album
I have to admit, an interview with Gay Paris was always going to be a mini moment for me, as the first article I ever wrote was a review of one of their shows. But alas, with a massive set of tour dates on its way, and a brand spankin’ new album heading on the
The Annandale’s 11th birthday celebrations came to an end with their famed Blood, Sweat and Beers Festival, this year held over two days in the iconic pub rock institution. Day 2 kicked off with the Easy Company, a fast and melodic punk rock set that has a similar sound to old No Use For A
MAY 27 – The Loft, Gold Coast, QLD After the way that we loaded BZ’s tiny red hatchback the night before, I was surprised that we still had gear to cram into the hire van at 5am. Luckily for us, my skills as with sacrificial lambs, holy goats and erotic virgins had once again pleased
I love the Vanguard, no matter how young, and underdressed I feel when I get there; it still has to be my favourite venue. The crowd never disappoints for people watching, great selection of beers and on that particular autumn Saturday night it was nice and toasty indoors – the perfect setting to catch Gay
With limited festivals happening in Sydney over the colder winter months mini festivals like Blood Sweat and Beers are a welcome offering, especially when they manage to put together a cracking line up of new and old Rock’n’Roll. In a time where the future of The Annandale Hotel is uncertain, Blood Sweat and Beers encapsulates