Here come the meat sweats.
This year’s Festival Of The Sun just got a whole lot bigger, with the addition of 15 new acts to the lineup including the likes of Sydney four-piece The Lulu Raes (pictured), indie duo Polish Club, Byron Bay trio Skegss and alt-rockers The Owls. Other acts amongst the pack of new additions include Dusty Boots,
Today’s tour guide features shows from some of Australia’s most promising rising acts, including a headline tour from Sydney artist Montaigne, Melbourne singer and multi-instrumentalist Harts, garage rockers Royal Chant and folk singer and songwriter Timberwolf. The Life Of Montaigne Tour Former triple j Unearthed High finalist Montaigne will be heading out on her first
There’s a local flavour to today’s Tour Guide, with national dates announced by Melbourne band Twerps, a double EP and national tour from Sydney garage rockers Royal Chant and a headlining tour announcement from Port Macquarie native Patrick James. Twerps To Launch New EP In Sydney And Melbourne Melbourne pop foursome Twerps are set to
It was a time of drunken wonder and sonic exploration but alas, all good things most come to and end an Royal Chant’s Did You Pay Cash For That Panic Attack? Tour is no different. But rather than simply fading into the night, the Sydney garage rock trio have announced 3 more shows, 2 of
Port Macquarie’s favourite dysfunctional trio, Royal Chant, are warming up our winter by adding more dates to their Panic & Cash tour this June, in anticipation of the release of both their new EP Small Town Bruises and their Designer Mutts side-project debut EP, A Day At The Wauchope Races. The eclectic trippers have been
It’s been all quiet on the Royal Chant front Down Under the past little while, but you can bet anything you like that’s about to change. Super keen to show the country their brand new single, the boys will be loading up the Tarago and hitting a venue near you. The boys have spent much
Royal Chant‘s latest release, Sleep Quintet, is one of the most loaded domestic releases we’ve seen in a while, comprised of 12 months worth of odds and ends tracks that the band composed. At the start of the year, the lords of fuzzy punk released Junk Theory, and from then till now, they’ve meticulously and
Royal Chant will be playing two shows next week, starting with some Thursday night fury at the Lansdowne’s Vultures/Indie Warhol event on the 15th March. Kicking off their March dates at the Hamilton Station, Royal Chant will bring their fast & fuzzed pop, slurred vocals, and sheer volume to Sydney on March 15th at The
Royal Chant will bring nearly 3 months of hibernation to an end this Saturday night at Good God Small Club in Sydney on a bill that includes Surprise Wasp and Mother & Son. Following 7 months of shows and festivals in support of their debut LP Raise Your Glass & Collapse, the band played their
With their debut Raise Your Glass & Collapse LP now out and about all over the motherland of Australia, Royal Chant has deemed it time to do the usual: TOUR. Throwing their anchor at the Town Hall in Newtown, the garage-fuzz-pop outfit from the wilds of NSW will see the kms click away on their
It’s amazing how music these days has suddenly become a family affair. There is a multitude of brother/sister, brother/brother, sister/sister, uncle/cousin type bands out there, it got me thinking, the power of the music created when there’s a family bond in the group dynamic. As an only child, I’ll never get this. But it’s something
Whats a garage band? Kids who play in their parent two car garage? A recording software program made by apple? Or is a raw, primal rock sound that shaped a million bands across the globe? Royal Chant describe themselves as Garage, Loud and catchy. Their debut album “Raise Your Glass & Collapse” has just dropped
Photo by Max Hubers “What doesn’t kill us takes a long time to make us stronger,” read the opening line of Royal Chant‘s press release, a line that reflects the long hard road the band has trodden to get to where they are. A labour of Love for the band, Raise Your Glass & Collapse
Royal Chant will flee the tourist-packed beaches of Port Macquarie and head North into the rains with a string of Summer shows.
Royal Chant continues along it’s stubborn path of irrationality as they await the release of their debut LP of garage couplets. They are also adamant in their refusal to base themselves out of any city with a recognisable or relevant postcode.
There is a lot of talk about folk music these days. By all reports it seems to be back in a big, big way, and indeed that may be the case. However, it might be worth a pause to ask the question, “Yes, but what kind of folk music.”
Royal Chant will be released from studio confinement after being granted limited work-release opportunities to storm the stages of Sydney and the Northern Beaches.
Royal Chant, the pop-fuzz garage band from Port Macquarie, has been reprehended following a successful year of making music the old fashioned way.
Royal Chant, the garage band that doesn’t know when to quit, is keeping the fuzzbox ball rolling