With a whole host of local talent, the festival held in the shade of one of our biggest faux fruits looks to be living up to its namesake.
Today’s Tour Guide features some of the countries hardest working and most eclectic outfits, including a headlining tour from Sydney MC Joelistics and an EP and tour from Brisbane duo The Ninjas. Victorian outfit The Murlocs have announced they will support mates King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard on tour and 60s-influenced rock outfit Burn
Today’s Record Roundup is showcasing the best the East Coast has to offer, with forthcoming new releases from Sydney’s favourite ghost folk charmers, Little May, a bold new step for Melbourne’s own Bored Nothing, and the long-awaited debut EP from Brisbane powerhouse The Ninjas. Little May – Little May EP Little May have been charming
It’s Tour Guide time and today sees the announcement of three of the Aussie music scene’s most attention-worthy groups, with new tours coming from Elefant Traks heroes Sietta, Brisbane-based post-punk reprobates The Ninjas, and Perth’s favourite indie sextet, The Morning Night. Sietta The Invisible River Tour Sietta are one of Elefant Traks’ hottest exports, and
Today’s Record Roundup brings not only the latest taste of gritty, garage-bred post-punk from quickly rising Brisbane duo The Ninjas — aptly dubbed Kill ‘Em All — but a long-anticipated release in the form of Canberra duo The Aston Shuffle‘s latest full-length studio album, Photographs. The Aston Shuffle – Photographs Canberra-bred house duo The Aston