Seven new acts have joined the bill.
The Pretty Littles
Get it up ya.
The ‘G is giving back.
From The Drones, to Natalie Imbruglia, to ABBA.
“Whether you think Eddie’s comments were gendered or not, they were innately violent”
The boys are back in June for a “series of galactic parties”.
With their single Pride now on regular rotation on triple j, you would have to be living under a rock to miss these guys.
The indie-rockers will play both capital cities and small town shows
“What a fantastic way to celebrate our incredible music scene.”
Melbourne indie rockers The Pretty Littles have been busying themselves over the past few months, piecing together a new record, and today they’re sharing brand-new single, Man Baby, which we’re premiering right here on Music Feeds. The “full tilt pop” song / “trance energy medley” features the band’s friend Alice, who apparently goes by the
Inca Roads Music Festival, one of Victoria’s best-loved boutique events, has unveiled its 2015 artist lineup. Acts such as The Harpoons, The Cactus Channel, GL, Scotdrakula, Geoffrey O’Connor, The Pretty Littles and Sunbeam Sound Machine are set to play the intimate not-for-profit festival in the lower western plains of Morrisons, Ballarat, this March. Now in
Organisers of the exclusive The Hills Are Alive festival have today announced the first lineup for the event’s seventh edition, which includes some of the country’s best up-and-coming talent like Melbourne MC Remi, Canberra trio Safia, Tassie punks Luca Brasi and alt-country artist Jen Cloher. Also amongst the 23 names kicking off the lineup for
With organisers having already announced the first round of acts set to play St. Kilda Festival 2014 — which marks the Melbourne’s institution’s 34th instalment — iconic St. Kilda venue The Espy have announced a lineup for the big day featuring British India, Andy Bull, Dallas Crane, and more. On Sunday, 9th February, The Espy
Mix one part punk with two parts dirty garage rock and you’ll get the indie stylings of The Pretty Littles, who are giving Music Feeds readers a delightful advance listen to their debut long play, Mash, ahead of its official release this Friday. The Melburnian outfit wrote Mash after a hectic year of supporting The