Sydney’s MENISCUS have recently wrapped up their first European tour – here’s the final instalment of guitarist Dan Oreskovic’s tour diary (following on from Part 1 and Part 2). GENEVA (8/7/12) I woke up at a service station, about an hour outside of Milan. I was really groggy, so I just stood outside the van,
Following on from their adventures last week (read here), Sydney instrumental rockers MENISCUS bring us Part 2 of their European tour diary. PRAGUE (30/6/12) Driving into the Czech Republic, we witnessed some of the most picturesque scenery on this tour to date. Arriving at Rybanaruby, we’re greeted by Alex, the promoter/sound guy, and his three
Sydney instrumental rock legends MENISCUS are in the midst of their debut European tour, hitting 9 countries across 3 weeks. I asked guitarist Dan Oreskovic to keep us a tour diary to give folks back home a glimpse of what life on the Euro-road is like for an underground band… So far, it’s been hijinx
Sydney-based instrumental rock group Meniscus have announced their first European tour, taking in 15 dates across 9 countries in July. The tour includes Germany’s Fusion Festival and a spot supporting US post-metal giants Rosetta in Poland. Meniscus War of Currents European tour dates: June 26 – El Chicho, Bordeaux FRANCE June 27
Sydney-based instrumental band Meniscus have announced they will be re-releasing their debut EP Absence Of I ahead of their upcoming Australian and European tours. The band’s 2007 debut will be repackaged with new artwork and a previously unreleased track that will also be made available for free download from May 4. Absence of I brought
Since the demise of ska as a serious form of music and perhaps due to the terrible uses that saxophones were put to in the eighties, it is becoming increasingly rare to hear new music using brass and wind instruments.