If you’re in Melbourne and still haven’t got your New Year’s Eve plans sorted – this could just be your ticket to a wicked night. ‘Roslyn’ will feature a showcase of several bands from across the Melbourne scene, all rocking out in a special warehouse location. The Vasco Era and Money for Rope will headline
The Vasco Era
Australia’s own Inertia Records have established a new platform for emerging artists. Titled Inertia Access, it will give emerging musicians another possible route to breaking the Australian music scene and allowing them to release their music. In the press release located on Inertia’s website, Managing Director Colin Daniels states the following; “The days of bands’
The Vasco Era and Papa vs Pretty have joined forces to announce a double headline tour. The tour will kick off in Canberra late October and finish up at Adelaide Uni Bar at he end of November.
The Vasco Era have announced their return to the studio and stage with a new single from their forthcoming 3rd album. The song, Child Bearing Hips is a blistering slab of the raw, distorted, rock ‘n’ roll.
Everyone’s favourite rockin’ Melbournian blues trio, The Vasco Era, have returned from a cross cultural trek to China where they’ve shared their wares with crowds of over 6,000 at the country’s longest-running rock music festival (Midi fest) alongside the likes of U.S. metal act Soulfly and Chinese premiere league rockers, Tang Dynasty.
The Vasco Era join America’s Alberta Cross for a trifecta of Splendour sideshows later this month in Sydney, Newcastle and Melbourne.
The Vasco Era are set to release their long awaited second album Lucille.