YOU’VE GOT THE MUSIC IN YOU!
And they’ve dropped a NSFW music video for good measure.
Brisbane’s “dankest one day rager” just dropped its “best lineup yet”.
Bad//Dreems have had a gutful, so they’re hitting the road.
More Aussie goodness.
The Foundry’s huge birthday bash is going down tomorrow, Thursday 18th August!
Every Night The Same Dream, on the road.
Even more great acts
Brisbane has got a brand new live music venue, The Triffid, located in the inner-city suburb of Newstead, and the fresh venue is set to open its doors for the very first time later this month. Delighting eager patrons even more, the venue has today announced its killer inaugural live music program, naming the acts
Newtown boys DMA’s recently announced their first headline tour of Australia and in no time at all have sold out their Sydney and Melbourne shows, prompting them to announce two new ones. DMA’s will now play an extra show in Sydney on Saturday, 4th October and Melbourne on Sunday, 12th October, on top of their
UPDATE 02/10/14: The Laneway Festival 2015 lineup has been revealed! Organisers of the St Jerome’s Laneway Festival have dropped some not so subtle hints about who punters might expect to see on the 2015 lineup, following the publishing of their South By Southwest 2014 “highlights”. There’s no coded language to this, as Laneway wrote themselves
Following a successful 2013 debut with a lineup that featured the likes of The Amity Affliction, Dune Rats, and Chance Waters, the organisers of the under-18s Live It Up Festival have decided to go bigger and better for 2014, bringing together Parkway Drive, Violent Soho, and more. Byron Bay metalcore heroes Parkway Drive have been
UPDATE 02/10/14: The Laneway Festival 2015 lineup has been revealed! Following the lineup announcement of a Secret Sounds showcase at this year’s SXSW, which many hope dropped clues about lineups for Splendour In The Grass and Falls Festival, Laneway organisers have now announced Kirin J Callinan and Eagulls as part of their own showcase. A
The Creases were tasked with kicking off Laneway Festival‘s 2014 celebrations in Brisbane, and they performed admirably. They were loud, unabashedly fun, and “Louise” the scantily clad tambourine (wo)man was gallivanting across the stage in a way that all in attendance would have, given the chance. The perfect kick off for a festival. On to