After almost ten years together.
“I’ll talk about you to anyone that’s willing to listen.”
Brisbane’s “dankest one day rager” just dropped its “best lineup yet”.
The biggest Block Party yet.
Here’s what went down at today’s huge ‘Keep Sydney Open’ rally.
“Sugar Mountain is a music festival for people who don’t always enjoy music festivals.”
“There’s nothing quite like singing ‘Do You Realize??’ at the top of your lungs as confetti rains down.”
Berry, berry nice.
An international act has pulled out of the festival, but some local legends have stepped up to the plate.
Hermitude, Little May, Gang Of Youths and more have been nominated for the 2015 FBi SMAC awards.
Meredith’s beloved Golden Plains festival has unveiled its full 2016 lineup, packing the likes of riot grrrl icons Sleater-Kinney, US alt-rockers Violent Femmes and Seun Kuti (the son of Fela Kuti) and his dad’s afrobeat orchestra Egypt 80. In September, Melbourne rockers Eddy Current Suppression Ring became the first band to be locked in for
Sugar Mountain has unleashed the stellar lineup taking to Melbourne’s Victorian College of the Arts in January 2016, featuring the likes of British electro outfit Hot Chip, Aussie rockers Dirty Three and homegrown hero Courtney Barnett. International acts such as Empress Of, Viet Cong and Julio Bashmore will also be heading down under for the
Brand-spanking-new Aussie event Fairgrounds Festival has named the very first acts to be added to its very first lineup, including the likes of American singer-songwriter Father John Misty, rockers Unknown Mortal Orchestra and New York rocktronica duo Ratatat. Hosted in the town of Berry on the NSW South Coast, Fairgrounds Festival 2015 will also see
Sydney’s Royal Headache have announced their second album, High, and have also released a first taste of the new full-length offering in the form of its title track. High will be the follow-up to Royal Headache’s 2011 self-titled debut album, and will feature 10 new songs. Number three in the album’s run-through is its eponymous
Shogun, the frontman of Sydney band Royal Headache, says he didn’t want police to storm the stage during the group’s recent performance at the Sydney Opera House because they are “even dumber” than drunk, rock-loving punters. Police and security personnel stormed the the Opera House’s Joan Sutherland Theatre on Saturday night, 23rd May, after around
Police brought Royal Headache’s Sydney Opera House show to a halt last night after they stormed on stage to clear out punters who began to climb the stage during the bands performance of Down The Lane. According to themusic, the band encouraged fans with singer Shogun handing the mic to a fan who completed the
Vivid LIVE‘s huge 2015 lineup has been unveiled, with performances from the likes of Sufjan Stevens, Daniel Johns, TV On The Radio, The Drones, Flume and The Preatures joining Morrissey on the event’s official program. This year’s Vivid LIVE will include 10 nights of Australian exclusive performances in the Sydney Opera House Concert Hall, also
Headlining the Melbourne Flip-Out Festival and appearing also at Sydney’s own, noise-merchants Royal Headache have some medicinal treatment for your aches and pains.
In March 1978 the Buzzcocks released their debut album Another Music in a Different Kitchen and, in the process, created the template for pop-punk and a thousand imitators everywhere.