It’s the most WA artists that have ever played the festival.
Another Violent Soho tour, hell fuck yeah!
Big Scary, DMA’s, The Living End, Ball Park Music, Tkay Maidza and many more.
And after this they’re off to Glastonbury!
The Entrance Leagues Club was transformed into a palm tree jungle for the one-of-a-kind Groovin’ The Moo warm-up festival Sweaty Palms, and herds of party animals from across the Central Coast and beyond flocked to attend. Ordinarily populated by the odd handful of grizzled tradies having a weekend punt on the dogs, the Enny was full to
Bring a palm tree and get free entry.
The Hills Are Alive with the sound of rising Aussie talent.
And the J Award goes to…
The Perth rockers have won big at the West Australian Music Awards behind the success of their latest full-length effort, Currents.
Victoria’s boutique and suitably alpine Paradise Music Festival has dropped its first 2015 lineup announcement, featuring acts like experimental rockers My Disco, indie outfit Lurch & Chief, Melbourne duo Black Cab, Sydney trio Black Vanilla and Tired Lion. Paradise Music Festival’s 31-strong 2015 lineup also includes the likes of Kirkis, Cassius Select, The Harpoons and
To hell with cranking it to 11, BIGSOUND 2015 has just cranked it to 150. The annual music industry showcase has upped the ante for 2015, adding an unprecedented 100 new artists to the fold, as well as an extra venue. A century-and-a-half of artists have now been confirmed to perform across 15 venues at
The huge Splendour In The Grass 2015 lineup has just grown even bigger with the addition of the winners of triple j‘s annual Unearthed competition. Joining the likes of headliners Blur, Florence + The Machine and Mark Ronson will be Perth rockers Tired Lion who will open the festival as the competition’s national winner, as
Fresh from performing on triple j‘s Like A Version, Perth band Tired Lion have announced a national headline tour in support of their forthcoming second EP, Figurine. Tired Lion have locked in shows in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth for July and August. Having supported groups like Gyroscope, The 1975, Kingswood and British India
Perth rockers Tired Lion have graced triple j‘s Like A Version covers segment with a performance of Violent Soho‘s Saramona Said, complete with a snippet of the Smashing Pumpkins classic, 1979. Tired Lion’s cover of Saramona Said — a track taken from Violent Soho’s 2013 album Hungry Ghost — was slightly more measured than the
By almost 50 new acts!
Tasmanian punks Luca Brasi will take to the mainland and beyond in March 2015 with a string of dates around the country, touring with UK skate punks Gnarwolves and Perth indie rockers Tired Lion. Luca Brasi have had a monster 2015, selling out shows on their Get Sad, See Mates tour, drawing big crowds at