“One thing I’m not doing is sitting next to the phone in curlers, waiting for Dave Grohl to call me” – Buzz Osborne.
His acoustic Australian tour is only three weeks away, and now grunge legend and Melvins frontman Buzz Osborne, aka King Buzzo, has announced an extra Melbourne performance for Saturday, 16th August, after selling out the first. King Buzzo will move from coast to coast during his ten-date tour, reinterpreting his own music and performing cuts
Buzz Osborne, known to his devoted followers as King Buzzo, has spent three decades fronting the quintessential band’s band, the Melvins. Cited by some of music’s most iconic figures as a formative influence, by Buzzo’s own admission, the Melvins operate the way he wishes other bands would. The frontman’s fidelity to his own true north
Melvins frontman and seminal figure in the grunge movement Buzz Osborne AKA King Buzzo has announced his first-ever run of headlining solo Australian tour dates to coincide with the release of his forthcoming solo acoustic debut This Machine Kills Artists available Friday, 30th May. You’d be hard pressed to find an artist with more rock
Never one to mince words, Melvins frontman King Buzzo upset quite a few Nirvana fans back in November 2013 when he told Consequence of Sound that he wasn’t “jealous” of friend Kurt Cobain‘s success because of the state in which the troubled Nirvana frontman’s life ended. “People have said to me, which I think is
A Hi-Fi Bar gig by two of the most highly regarded acts of ’90s alternative music was a sonic treat for music freaks and geeks, with both Melvins and Helmet delivering in spades. Sydney’s Nunchukka Superfly were an appropriate support act, their chaotic brand of hard rock providing a perfect appetiser for the evening. Featuring
Experimental sludge lords Melvins will be keeping active while in town for Meredith Music Festival this year, announcing a run of national tour dates with Meredith co-conspirators and captains of the hard rock movement Helmet. The combination might seem a little left of centre – and it totally is – but that doesn’t mean it’s
Nile Rodgers, The Melvins, Deerhunter, Brian Jonestown Massacre and more!
UPDATE: The full Meredith 2013 lineup is here! To celebrate the opening of Meredith Music Festival 2013 ticketing ballots, organisers have lifted the lid on the festival by just a crack to expose two features sure to get everyone in the ticket buying mood. Though we don’t expect the full line-up to come for a