“You’re fucked if you don’t have a creative outlet. The rest of it’s a bit of a drag without that.“
Quality Aussie rockers The Rubens and The Panics will be splitting the bill at Hotel Rottnest this December, for the first in a series of summer gigs under the banner of Rotto Live. Last we heard from The Rubens, frontman Sam Margin paired with Heidi Lenffer (Cloud Control) to cover the Arctic Monkeys’ I Wanna
Melbourne rock heroes Hunters & Collectors have announced their first Australian tour since 1998, with a 10-stop run of shows in 2014 as part of the A Day On The Green winery event, as well as theatre shows in both Sydney and Melbourne. When Hunters & Collectors called it a day 15 years ago, they
Melbourne’s annual Moomba Festival will have its biggest music line-up yet – including a great mixture of local indie and cultural talent spanning over three nights at free concerts around the city. Moomba is Australia’s largest free community festival and remains one of Melbourne’s favourite annual events. Presented by the City of Melbourne, it has
Appearing on the car park stage, The Panics inoffensive twang is the perfect soundtrack to the slowly setting sun.
Just one week after the release of their fourth album Rain On The Humming Wire The Panics have announced national tour dates for September/October. This follows on from a small run of dates they have just played finishing up at Splendour In The Grass.
Music Feeds had the opportunity to ask The Panics a few questions in the lead up to their long awaited and eagerly anticipated fourth record, the first since 2007’s j award winning Cruel Guards. Having just hopped off the bus from their national tour, the lush fields of Woodfordia awaited the band on the eve
The Panics hit the road on the weekend kicking off their national tour on Saturday in Adelaide with an awesome show at the Uni Bar. The next stop is The Oxford Art Factory this Friday in Sydney with support from Perth girl, Grace Woodroofe, so if you don’t already have a ticket be sure to
The promoters of Canberra’s Stonefest have announced that both The Panics and Cloud Control will no longer be appearing at the October 30 event to be held at the University of Canberra.