It’s reassuring to realise that bucking against the trend of over-produced, hyper-hit, Justin Bieber-haircut clones, the home recording industry a.k.a. the true indie music scene, is doing better than ever in the digital age. EP-001 is the first offering from Miles Devine, who goes by the moniker Raindrop, and formerly of Sydney-based psych-rockers Regular John.
Sydney’s favourite band, burlesque and DJ shindig Black Cherry has announced its return for Saturday, 20th July. This year will see the event increase its live music assault more than ever before but still promises plenty of time for the bourlesque and DJs. Championing the lineup for the event will be Sydney’s own Regular John
Kicks off TONIGHT at 7:30pm AEST!
Right, I love being involved in the Australian music scene. The last couple of weeks have been exciting, with Hunting Grounds hitting it big and Something for Kate announcing their reformation and new album. But what about Regular John and their new album? Regular John have hit back in a big way on their second
Sydney’s Regular John have ended their studio hibernation in spectacular fashion, having already passed down to fans their first new track Slume, the band has declared that they will be conquering venues all over the country as they showcase their hugely anticipated new album Strange Flowers.
With their debut album The Peaceful Atom is a Bomb having seen the band propelled into national fame, getting named triple j album of the week and the boys going to tour the country, playing some of Australia’s premier festivals including The Big Day Out this year, Regular John have a lot to live up
Regular John burst onto the scene four years ago, demolishing crowds with their loud, abrasive fuck you attitude and blistering rock n roll. The release of their debut album The Peaceful Atom Is A Bomb in 2009, was a massive success with fans and critics alike and saw the band touring incessantly for months afterward. Skip to
Following their arresting return to the live arena at the Big Day Out in Sydney in January, Sydney rockers Regular John will support the legendary Motörhead on the band’s Australian tour this March and April. After exploding on to the Australian music scene in 2009 with the release of their debut album ‘The Peaceful Atom
Unfortunately, US prog rockers Dredg will no longer be touring Australia with Karnivool this November/December.
Greetings again, Music Feeders. Now, I know I said there was a lot to amuse yourselves with last week, but it seems Spring is truly upon us this week, with even more awesome gigs across the city to amuse and entertain.
Regular John have had an incredible five months
Tickets to the Pyramid Rock Festival 2009 are now on sale!
They say you learn something new every day. Today I learnt that in the fifties a male hooker was called a regular john.
In this issue: Regular John, Ouch My Face, Maximo Park, One Flew East, Groove Armada, Slimey Things, Fourplay
The wait is finally over! Ready to hit the road on a headline tour of Australia are REGULAR JOHN, armed with their critically acclaimed debut album, The Peaceful Atom Is A Bomb (Difrnt Music/Universal).