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Cheers to that!
Lovers of music and meat — assemble. Sydney’s new “music and meat festival”, Meatstock, has dropped its juicy 2016 lineup, lead by the beardy beard-lovers The Beards, Sydney rockers The Snowdroppers, Henry Wagons and Mustered Courage. Other acts on the inaugural Meatstock bill include Davidson Brothers, Big Blind Ray and The Buffalo Grass Boyswith, with
Sydney rockers Gang of Youths should be playing stadiums. That’s not to say that closing the second night of the hallowed BIGSOUND Live isn’t a honour, but this group is more than ready for the big time. Selling out shows across the country touring their Top 5 debut The Positions, all this band’s hype is
Australia’s boutique festival market is booming. Over the past few days, new summer festivals have been popping up like bindi-eyes, from the pooch-friendly Dogapalooza, to the Novocastrian This That, to actual jailhouse event The Lock-Up and now, there’s yet another addition to the list: Sydney’s newest outdoor festival, HiFi Days. UK reggae outfit UB40 have
The 2015 Queenscliff Music Festival lineup has expanded, with the addition of 10 more acts. The second lineup announcement for the 19th annual event sees Augie March, L-Fresh the Lion. and The Snowdroppers join the fray, alongside hard-hitting Hammond Organ Trio Cookin’ on 3 Burners, who will be performing with special guest frontman Tex Perkins.
Sydney rock lunatics The Snowdroppers are getting down to Business, which is the name of their forthcoming album mind you, and embarking on a marathon national tour to celebrate its release. The blues-rockers are tuning up the tour van to embark on a massive 14-date national tour, traversing all six states this September, October and
The Australian arm of digital distribution company Valleyarm have reached a settlement over royalties with Sydney blues rockers The Snowdroppers, after the band took to social media this week accusing the company of owing them thousands in unpaid royalties. The band titled their Facebook post “a public service announcement”, and alleged that Valleyarm had for
The inaugural Gingerfest mini-festival, set to take place in Sydney this December, has expanded its artist lineup with a second batch of punk-rock acts, including The Snowdroppers, Anchors (pictured), Chris Duke & The Royals, The Decline and Steel City All Stars. Gingerfest 2014 has now become an impressively large mini-festival, with eight new acts being
The fine people at Sydney’s Young Henrys Brewery have announced a new street festival, Small World, set to take over Marrickville’s Jabez Street on Saturday September 20th and featuring some of the country’s most loved local bands and restaurants. Seminal Aussie rockers Tumbleweed will headline the event, showcasing tracks from their impressive catalogue, including their
In honour of devoted fans and in true Aussie Rock style, You Am I have announced they will play a free show in the carpark of the Vic on the Park Hotel in downtown Marrickville, Sydney on New Year’s Day. The band took to their Facebook page today to make the announcement directly to fans.
For 35 years straight, the streets of Newtown, Sydney have exploded with action during Newtown Festival and 2013 will be no different, with Dappled Cities, NZ’s Home Brew and The Snowdroppers all set to grace the stages at Camperdown Park. Come Sunday, 10th November some 20 odd acts will be performing across 3 stages at
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Sydney’s favourite purveyors of sleazy, swampy goodness The Snowdroppers have announced they will be hitting the road in support of their brand-new single So Much Better. Kicking off in September, the Moving Out tour could very well be your last chance to check out the band live before they once again succumb to studio hibernation.
The first Sounds On Sunset festival has been announced, taking place in Pacific Palms on New South Wales’ mid-North Coast on Saturday, 18th May. It comes to us from the same folks who put on Festival Of The Sun, and boasts a laid-back attitude, a BYO policy and $25 tickets which include overnight camping. Wowzers!
With a brand new album on the way, The Snowdroppers must be antsy to get the goods to the people, and to facilitate just that, the band have announced a run of East Coast shows where they will be showcasing their new sonic offerings. The shows consist of a stack of headlining dates as well
Sydney punk stars Snowdroppers will give punters the first taste of material from their forthcoming album with a series of shows across the East Coast in the coming weeks. The band will do club gigs in various suburbs in Melbourne, Sydney and Brisbane, as well as an appearance at the Lady Luck Festival in Katoomba,
Sydney’s newest venue, Upstairs Beresford is opening for it’s third weekend with Sydney swamp-blues mainstayers Snowdroppers headlining this Friday night on 15th of July. If Sydney’s best rock’nroll complete with beards, quiffs and tattoos doesn’t get you excited, then Saturday night has the Dancehall-Reggae- Drum and Bass supergroup, Dubmarine with DJs Kato, Spenda C and Big
The Snowdroppers are doing the rounds once again after a stint in the US playing the much sought after SXSW. Pauly K from the band was happy to lend us some of his time to go over their adventures overseas, chat about his favourite Annandale memories and how being on the road opens you up