Another ripping punk cover.
This year’s Festival Of The Sun just got a whole lot bigger, with the addition of 15 new acts to the lineup including the likes of Sydney four-piece The Lulu Raes (pictured), indie duo Polish Club, Byron Bay trio Skegss and alt-rockers The Owls. Other acts amongst the pack of new additions include Dusty Boots,
The glistening sun, clear blue sky and fresh green grass made for a perfect environment as far as Richard in Your Mind were concerned. The psychedelically-tinged quintet provided a lush set to kick off the day, becoming particularly prophetic for many when they whipped out Hammered, with its key lyric, “Me and my baby get
Ball Park Music have been forced to cancel tonight’s show on the Sunshine Coast because of Queensland’s current dangerous weather conditions. “We’re sure you will all understand that with the dangerous weather conditions currently being experienced in QLD the decision to postpone the show is in everyone’s best interests,” wrote the band in a statement.
If you’re a fan of guitars and food, life’s staples, you’re no doubt excited, as are we, about Brisbane’s impending Blurst Of Times festival, set to venture down south for the first time this year to Sydney and Melbourne for the event’s sophomore instalment. Set to make its 2014 debut in Brisbane this coming Saturday
Brisbane’s free and all-ages festival, Valley Fiesta, has revealed its first lineup announcement for 2014. This year’s annual street party will be headlined by Australian rocker Dan Sultan, young Adelaide rapper Allday, electronic musician Motez and triple j Unearthed 2013 winner Remi. The festival will also feature a special set from one of Australia’s leading
The lineup for the fourth annual Little BIGSOUND music forum has been announced. An amazing list of top industry speakers including Jeremy Neale will provide young people aged 15-25 with info on careers in the music business, and there’ll even be three awesome live performances to enjoy. Litte BIGSOUND is programmed and run by a
April Fool’s Day is perhaps the internet’s most beloved holiday, where fake viral memes and splashy headlines are not only excused but revered as sacred traditions. Each year on April 1st, our naive tendencies are put through the wringer and around every virtual corner, is the potential to be made a fool. Today, in the
Brisbane heroes The John Steel Singers and indie impressionist Jeremy Neale have announced a string of special East Coast co-headline shows for February and March 2014. Dubbed the Boys Gone Wild Tour, it’ll see the two playing double nights in Brisbane, Sydney, and Melbourne. It’s been a mammoth year for The John Steel Singers, having
Having already named such major acts as Jagwar Ma, Flume and The Drones in the category of ‘Album of the Year‘, J Award judges have now shown some love for some of Australia’s lesser known acts for the Award’s Triple J Unearthed category, including Tigertown and Safia. The award has been presented every year since
Is Jeremy Neale the hardest working touring musician in Australia? The acclaimed solo artist, as well as member of a whole host of Brisbane indie outfits, most notably Velociraptor, is the self-described “Harlem Globetrotters of live music”. This year alone he’s been on three East Coast solo tours, a European tour with Velociraptor and a
Jeremy Neale has now confirmed that his long-awaited debut EP offering In Stranger Times has been committed to a Friday, 1st November release date. The release will be well and truly driven home – both literally and otherwise – with Neale hitting the road in the weeks after for a run of headlining shows in
One of Australia’s most unique music start-ups LableState.com has announced they will be taking things to the next level with a pop-up shop hitting Sydney in June. Specialising in providing bands and fans with merch with the least amount of hassle possible, the Lablestate.com pop-up T-shirt shop will be sticking around until Sunday, 4th August.
The good times over here at Music Feeds Studio will keep on rollin’ this Friday, 3rd May when Brisbane based muso Jeremy Neale is set to unveil a few of his latest offerings and we will be live streaming the whole thing. Once he’s done jamming Neale will be kickin’ back for a quick interview