As sad as it is when a great live band breaks up, the news that popular Melbourne five-piece Little Red has called it quits seemed inevitable given all that has transpired within the band this year. In April founding member Tom Hartney announced his departure from Litte Red to pursue other musical interests with his
Melbourne band Little Red have recently become even littler. Bassist Quang Dinh has decided to call it quits, only a matter of months after the founding member and vocalist made the same move. Dinh had been a key member of the band for around 6 years, so it was no easy move to throw in
Tom Hartney, the founding member of Melbourne band Little Red, has announced he is quitting the band to go full time with his side project, Major Tom & The Atoms.
Little Red keyboarder Tom Hartney has returned to his singing and psychadelic bluesy roots with his new ‘creative baby’ – Major Tom and The Atoms.
This year at SXSW in Austin, Texas, the Aussie BBQ – the special showcase for Australian bands at the famous festival – was the biggest since it began life nine years ago. Now, a documentary on the event is to be screened this weekend.
Little Red have announced dates for their All Mine tour which will see them visit major cities across the country, including a few all ages shows. Since taking out the #2 spot on Triple J’s hottest 100 with Rock It they’ve been jet setting across the globe wowing audiences everywhere from New York City to
Little Red will perform at the MCG this Friday (March 25) as part of a new initiative of live performances before AFL games. Mess and Noise reports that the AFL’s organising body has been working with Music Victoria to allow live music to take place before the first four Friday night matches of the new
‘Big Jet Plane’ by Angus & Julia Stone has taken the number one spot on the triple J Hottest 100 list for 2010. Following their domination at the 2010 ARIA awards it’s hardly surprising to see them take out the top spot with over 1.5 million votes. The Australian brother/sister duo also managed number 62
Melbourne’s Little Red have announced a massive headline tour in support of their forthcoming new album Midnight Remember.
There’s just something about Little Red that makes them have that irresistible likeable factor. They’re just so easy on the ears, with the 60’s indie-retro-pop-rock vibe, and that cheeky schoolboy charm they have. The eagerly anticipated gig sees the Melbourne boys being supported by Wons Phreely and fellow Melbournians Big Scary, both acts putting out
Melbourne band Little Red have released the first single from their new album Rock it. To celebrate they have announced a one off show at the Oxford Art Factory in July.
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Inner city Melbourne isn’t the best breeding ground for a Beach Boys inspired Motown outfit with matching suits; however Little Red ignored this and went about their ways regardless. So how did these swinging suckers find each other?
If you happen to be vertically challenged, surely at gigs you are very good friends with the sight of the back of some guys head as opposed to the band that you paid good money to see – tip toeing to steal glimpses, some where along the line, listening became secondary to looking at shows.