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“It’s actually much harder to be a band now”
“Why don’t you leave my song the fuck alone?”
What a lineup!
“The matters are frankly disgusting.”
His lawyer claims the defendant was misidentified by CCTV.
Urthboy is cancelled, I Prevail is uncertain and Spiderbait is going ahead.
Relive your glory days.
“A lineup squarely aimed at those feeling the sentimental resonance of ‘90s summers, exciting Big Day Out lineups and triple j Hottest 100’s which didn’t court controversy.”
Security footage of the man has been released.
We’re talking You Am I, Something For Kate, Spiderbait oh and Jebediah and The Meanies!
Kram and the fam are back yo
Tasmania’s all-ages camping festival Party In The Paddock has unveiled its impressively eclectic 2016 lineup, packing the likes of Aussie rockers Violent Soho, Spiderbait and The Preatures, along with rising stars such as Tkay Maidza and producer Roland Tings. Other acts on this year’s lineup include alt-rock outfit British India, electronic duo Vallis Alps, Adelaide
The AFL has copped it from pretty much all directions since unveiling its 2015 Grand Final lineup featuring X Factor Judge Chris Isaak, British electro-pop star Ellie Goulding and your mum’s teenage crush, Bryan Adams. You’ll note there that not one single homegrown artist made the cut, even though we’re talking about the Australian –
The Findlay sisters, aka Victorian rockers Stonefield, have shared a brand new anthem called Golden Dream, which features both the songwriting and producing talents of Spiderbait drummer Kram, who is working with the band on their second studio album. As triple j point out, Golden Dream (below) isn’t the first official single from Stonefield’s next
Peter Noble is “trying to come up with the impossible replacement”
Melbourne Zoo’s Twilights concert series returns in 2015, with a huge lineup of local and international artists. Led by Paul Kelly, James Reyne, Powderfinger’s Bernard Fanning, Sarah Blasko, Dan Sultan, Connor Oberst and The Cat Empire, the 2015 itinerary will spread 12 all-ages shows across five weekends beginning 30th January. The 2015 Twilights program is
The organisers behind A Day On The Green have today announced a brand new sister festival for younger punters, which will debut next April. Dubbed Rolling Green, the inaugural event will be headlined by blues rock duo The Black Keys, with support from Spiderbait, Band Of Skulls, and Bad//Dreems. It’s been a big day for