This week Last Night is chucking another one of its infamous mini festivals banging out all of the bands and beer your heart desires. THE CAIROS are elbow deep on their ‘Summer Is Coming To An End’ Tour and hitting the stage with their party punk antics to celebrate their recent signing to Island Records.
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Brisse has been a hot bed of new indie talent over recent years with bands like The Last Night Dinosaurs, Ball Park Music, Hungry Kids From Hungary and recent Universal signings The Cairos. The city’s latest indie offering The Jungle Giants are embarking on their maiden voyage south to Sydney and Melbourne, so we check
We’ve enjoyed our ongoing battle with Old Man Winter this year. He drops below 10 degrees, and we invite rock’n’royalty to party with us. He torrentially rains, and we call our mates Miami Horror in for a set. This week we’re gonna get everyone out and even more comfortable as we provide our August LAST
Who needs an overpriced ticket to a festival far far away to really party hard? Do you actually want to sport gum boots and singlets on a Friday night? We here at LAST NIGHT think you deserve a party worthy of dressing up for. One without a dirt floor, without shirtless festival goes wearing zinc
We Are Grace hail from the Central Coast and have just signed with Flash Point Music. The boys will be making the trip down to the big smoke this weekend to party at ‘Last Night’ Purple Sneakers and we caught up with them to find out what We Are Grace are all about. Music Feeds:
As the winter gets even colder, LAST NIGHT is always there to serve up a warm mug of the best of Australian indie music – with extra marshmallows of course – to defrost those jazz hands. The only way to keep from freezing your front-bum off this Friday is by dropping it like it’s hot
City Riots are making themselves known little by little. Well that last bit mightn’t be true, it’s been faster than that. They’ve supported The Smashing Pumpkins, played with headline Aussie acts and even been showing their sound off to industry big wigs in the US. All this and more has happened in the space of
It’s murder on the dance-floor at the LAST NIGHT mansion, but who the bloody hell dunnit? Was it that slutty Miss Scarlett in the pokies? Colonel Mustard with a bucket at the upstairs bar? Or Professor Plum with a bottle of Coopers behind the Buckhunter machine? The culprit could literally be any one of you
If you haven’t heard of Kitchen Knife Wife yet, it might be because just months after forming they decided to head overseas on tour with The Wombats. If you HAVE heard Kitchen Knife Wife before reading this article it might be because you saw their standout set at Laneway Festival 2009. Either way, with the
Have you lot seen that Snowtown film yet? Killing sprees, bodies in barrels – geez, guess they don’t have a killer Friday nights down in Adelaide, eh? Luckily you do, and we’ll be lighting our very own disco inferno for all you Sydney kids courtesy of a midnight DJ set from Joel Gion of the
When they guys from Red Ink aren’t busy surfing or playing FIFA, they’re kicking out jams. If you plan on checking them out at Purple Sneakers Last Night on Friday the 1st of July, be prepared – they wanna see you shaking your booty and dancing on the bar! Music Feeds: How did you guys
The Scientists Of Modern Music emerged from one of the smaller music scenes in Australia back in 2006 when they were selected as one of triple j’s Next Crop. Since then the Hobart duo have toured around the country several times, been to the UK, released an EP and now make plans for the release
Google search Computers Want Me Dead and you’ll come across blog after blog declaring the band to be the next big thing to come out of New Zealand. Looking at the success of The Naked and Famous who play a similar sort of infectious electro pop and what these blogs are saying start to seem plausible.
It’s too late now, humanity. The machines have taken over and, quite frankly, you should’ve seen it coming. Cue Terminator theme song. The iPod’s war to exterminate mankind raged for decades.
Set to play at Last Night Purple Sneakers in Sydney tonight at The Gaelic Club, NZ outfit Cut Off Your Hands are in high spirits, with their new album Hollow burning a hole in their pockets, the band eager to bust out the new songs live. Known for delivering high energy live shows, the band
Who doesn’t like a little Friday night self mutilation? Everyone! Luckily for all of us, CUT OFF YOUR HANDS are more likely to inspire dancing than recreational wrist-slitting. Yes, the enigmatic New Zealand four piece have decided to grace our shores once again, and for the first time – our LAST NIGHT stage. We’ll be
Sometimes over here at Purple Sneakers HQ we just like to spoil the ones we love. Which means when given the opportunity to play host to KISSES only Sydney show, we said “YES – for our sweethearts: the indie children of Sydney!”
Jesse Kivel from Kisses chats with Music Feeds before their first Australian tour. Music Feeds: So you guys have got your debut album out, how’s that feel to sort of be at the end of one part of your career and starting another? Jesse Kivel: It feels a little sad. I was very satisfied with
Gosh-damn-it-all we’re lucky when our country produces such a fine young thing as Melbourne’s OWL EYES. She has a remarkable knack for conjuring images of youth that seem so much more magical and romantic than I remember mine to be. Wait – I’m still in my youth – THERE’S STILL TIME! She’s touring her own
To the dude who started this belief that the only way to see a huge variety of awesome music in one place is to sell a kidney and your left nut sack, we say “get fucking real!!”. This Friday get down to our LAST NIGHT MINI FESTIVAL made by tight arse partiers for tight arse