And it’s all free!
Labor Day weekend sorted.
Perth band Gyroscope have announced they will be getting back on the road this December, playing five shows across the country to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their debut album Sound Shattering Sound. Starting at Brisbane’s Brightside on Thursday, 11th December, the Gyroscope boys will then head to venues in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.
In May Music Feeds reported on Gyroscope member Zoran Trivic who sustained two broken legs after suffering a motorcycle accident. The serious injuries obviously left Trivic unable to perform and unfortunately caused Gyroscope to postpone a benefit gig planned for 26-year-old Perth local Dana Vulin. In February 2012, Vulin was the victim of a horrendous
Guitarist and back-up vocalist Zoran Trivic from Perth band Gyroscope was involved in a motorcycle accident last Monday, colliding with another vehicle and badly breaking both of his legs. He is expected to make a full recovery. This will mean that the band’s planned benefit show at The Rosemount Hotel in Perth will be postponed
Gyroscope have announced some Australian Tour dates this October and November, called their Choose Your Own Adventure Tour, they will put their set list to the vote, and let their fans choose what they will play from their back catalogue of 4 albums. Gyroscope will pack their impressive back catalogue into the van and embark
Nearly fifteen thousand people arrived to the sold out Groovin’ The Moo in Bendigo on Saturday. The sun was out, and both the temperature and spirits where high. Local outfit Oh Pacific and Ipswich act The Redcoats got the day underway on the outside stages, and the crowd continued to grow as winners of the
Jack Daniel’s is continuing to support the strength and growth of the Australian live music scene through THE JD SET.
2008 proved to be a huge success for THE LIVING END and now the clock has clicked over to celebrate another year the band continue to maintain their dominance as the rock band of the year
Twelve years playing together has given Perth band Gyroscope time to grow as musicians. Daniel Saunders reflects on how they have developed.