Sydney’s favorite sons of swamped out vitriolic blues rock The Holy Soul have just announced their first headline show of the year, the band set to play The Excelsior Hotel on April 29th, possibly for the last time before it turns into a wine bar. The band will be playing with support from Kim Salmon
One of Sydney’s newest bands to emerge from the murky depths of the city’s creative subconscious, Reckless Vagina have sent the buzz mill flying in their short tenure playing around Sydney, currently getting ready to play their first ever headline show at GoodGod tomorrow the 1st of April. Their oddball pop, rife with synth horns
The Holy Soul are very much the drunken uncles of Sydney’s music scene. Always popping up here or there with kind words and slurred encouragement, the individual members are, I would say, some of the most well liked figures in the music community as well as some of the most well respected. Their music, a
Artwork by Stefan Fahler If you weren’t luck enough to catch any of former CAN vocalist Damo Suzuki and The Holy Soul‘s shows that have swept across our great nation, you’re in luck cos he lovely folks over at Repressed Records are releasing a live document of the shows, the first recorded document of over
The traditional New Years Eve party at The Annandale, Same Old Lang Syne has just been announced. With Brisbane’s The Gin Club headlining along with support from Sydney’s own The Holy Soul, The Maladies and Sarah Kelly (redsunband) and Pat Matthew‘s (The Vines/Youth Group) new project The Jewel & The Falcon. A thoroughly more rock
The lovely folks over at Mum are getting geared up for the biggest night they’ve ever put on this Friday Dec 3rd as along with Chocolate Jesus Industries they present Go Here Go There, taking over all three levels of World Bar, Melt and Iguana Bar and offering 20 bands and 20 DJs for $20
The Holy Soul are one of Sydney’s longest serving bands, having plied their dirty trade through this difficult city, showcasing a level of performance and songwriting that makes most other local rock bands look like a bunch of try-hard fuckwits. If you’ve ever seen them live you’ll know what I mean. They fucking rock. Having
Let me open this by saying that I am, or at least consider myself to be, a feminist.
Bowerbirds from Melbourne and The Holy Soul from Sydney have been massive fans of each others’ work for a while now.