Oh hell yes.
Playing ‘Full Circle’ in full for the first time.
“The first time we came to Australia it literally a life-changing event for all of us…”
They’re not horsing around.
“I’m ready to scream my face off and talk some shit…”
Another Violent Soho tour, hell fuck yeah!
Mariachi El Bronx, the Charro-suited alter ego of LA hardcore punk outfit The Bronx, have announced three Bluesfest 2015 sideshows for fans in Sydney, Adelaide and Melbourne. The band will bring tunes from their forthcoming album Mariachi El Bronx (III) to punters with intimate shows next April. Mariachi El Bronx last toured Australia as part
The Bronx frontman Matt Caughthran says the Los Angeles hardcore outfit are at work on a “secret project” involving “four or five different songs.” Speaking recently to Music Feeds, Caughthran said that Australian fans may get to hear the new material on the band’s upcoming East Coast tour. “This is Bronx stuff,” explained Caughthran, when
After conquering Groovin The Moo festival in 2013 and pleasing fans with sideshows, LA punk-rockers The Bronx are set to return to Australian shores this June for a set of headlining east-coast shows. The Bronx have been gigging and recording under the mariachi band moniker Mariachi El Bronx since 2008, releasing two albums under that
Tasmania’s winter festival Dark Mofo has announced its 2014 lineup, which will include appearances from The Bronx, SUNN O))), Earth, Veil of Darkness, David Lynch presents Chrysta Bell, Yo Gabba Gabba! Live! and Australian acts Total Control, Kirin J Callinan and HTRK. Dark Mofo 2014 will also feature a large-scale public artwork by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer
When a band from California names themselves The Bronx you know they’ve got sense of humour and balls the size of grapefruits. For 10 years now the hardcore punk five-piece have been cracking wise with their sharp wit and cracking skulls with their blunt music. After stepping away from the chainsaw-like screams and head banging
The Bronx recent 3-night residency at The Annandale Hotel was one of the last gigs booked by The Rule Brothers before the hotel went into receivership. Playing from 24th-26th of April, The Bronx was part of the end of an era for live music in Sydney. The significance of the moment was not lost on
With tour dates already announced with The Bronx and some solid real estate on the Groovin’ The Moo 2013 poster, DZ Deathrays have now thrown a run of headlining dates into the mix as they announce the Teenage Kickstarts tour for April. Everything is certainly coming up DZ Deathrays, from winning ARIAs to supporting The
Fresh off the back of the Groovin’ The Moo lineup announcement, The Bronx have announced a run of headlining shows to make the most of their time Down Under. Amongst other gigs, the list also includes 3 nights running at the Annandale Hotel – so April is going to be a good time to be
Hardcore greats The Bronx have announced that they will be breaking off from their recent run of mariachi albums under the guise of Mariachi El Bronx. Come February 8th (Australia and New Zealand), the band will be releasing their first release since 2008. There aren’t a whole lot of details out there about the release,
Big Day Out have released maps for all dates, and for BDO regulars and veterans there are some slight changes. The only big change that is worth noting is the separation of the Essential stages and the Skate Stage. The change of essential stages means that there will be a walk when wanting to catch
Hardcore punk rock gets all gringo sexy with Latino flavours and songs about pretty señoritas and love. This record shows a new depth in their songwriting and arrangements for the members of The Bronx. The instrumentation, traditional mariachi instruments such as Vihuela, Jarana, Requinto Jarocho open the group to more complex arrangements and sounds. Vocally