In what seemed a rag-tag collection of offcuts, Melbourne’s first taste of Soundwave 2014 action came with a rather strange joining of bands baring no semblance to each other in sound nor shape. New Orleans experimental electro four-piece Mutemath took to the growing crowd at 8pm and it was clear they had their own following
Rocket From The Crypt
The tide of announcements for Soundwave 2014 sideshows rolls on, with the latest Sidewave corralling three acts that will please any music fans looking to get loud, dirty, sweaty, and sexy: Eagles Of Death Metal, Rocket From The Crypt, and Mutemath on an awesome triple bill. Get ready to die by sexy and get your
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In the lead-up to the 2013 return of their Orion Music + More festival, Metallica have injected even more awesomeness into the already-bursting-at-the-seams line-up – the new additions see bassist Robert Trujillo reunite with his one-time outfit Infectious Grooves, which also features other members of Suicidal Tendencies, with the band taking to the stage for
Yo Gabba Gabba must have some serious pulling power. The Nick Jr show has brought together all members of the previously disbanded Rocket From The Crypt, who got together for the gig for the first time since 2005. Very recently, Cut Copy joined a list of world class bands to perform on the children’s program.