Queensland locals Violent Soho, metalcore outfit The Amity Affliction and country group Halfway have taken home some of the biggest prizes from last night’s 2015 Queensland Music Awards. Hosted by triple j‘s Sarah Howells and hip hop veteran Fred Leone (aka Rival MC), the 2015 QMAs saw Violent Soho claim the Album Of The Year
The lineup for a new environmental awareness event, Rock For The Reef, has been announced and is led by the likes of blues and roots musician Ash Grunwald, indie five piece Deep Sea Arcade and rockers The Medics. Due to take place at Brisbane’s Powerhouse this November, Rock For The Reef hopes to raise awareness
Bluesy rock ‘n’ roller Dan Sultan and his band will embark on a capital city tour next February and March following the success of his new single and first release in four years Under Your Skin. The upcoming tour will give fans an opportunity to hear both old favourites and new songs from Sultan’s fourth
There’s yet another reason to visit the subtropical utopia that is Byron Bay with the announcement of Boomerang Festival, a three-day long event hailed as the first of its kinds – an Indigenous festival for all Australians. Brought to you from the creative minds behind Bluesfest, we’ve now got a taste of the lineup, including
Cairns rock four-piece The Medics have taken out top honours at the 2012 National Indigenous Music Awards over the past weekend. Described as one of the country’s most exciting youth bands, it’s no suprise that they’ve picked up the New Talent of the Year award along with their debut album Foundations winning Album of the
After quickly garnering the reputation as one of the most exciting new bands to emerge from Queensland’s ever-growing pool of the freakishly talented, The Medics are proud to announce the release of their second EP This Boat We Call Love and will celebrate with a series of East Coast launch shows with Melbourne’s Blackchords.