Aussie rockers Tumbleweed released their second studio album, Galactaphonic, over 20 years ago. Now, in 2015, the band are reissuing the album with a new name — SuperGalactaphonic — and are taking their catalogue around the country on a national tour. Tumbleweed’s SuperGalactaphonic national tour will see the band play shows in Melbourne, Sydney, Perth,
Beloved Australian rock band Tumbleweed have released a new single, Drop In The Ocean from last year’s album Sounds from the Other Side, and announced three gigs taking place during November in Victoria, as a tribute to recently departed bassist Jay Curley. The three new shows from Tumbleweed come somewhat as a surprise. Earlier this
Tumbleweed guitarist Lenny Curley says the band’s upcoming gigs, including a spot at the Small World Street Festival in Sydney, could be their last. Speaking recently in an interview, the guitarist implied that the “magic” of the band has gone following the recent death of his brother and bassist Jay Curley. “In all honesty, the
Tumbleweed have announced they will dedicate their November performance at Young Henrys’ Sydney street festival, Small World, to their late bassist Jay Curley, whose sudden death they announced last week. “We will be playing Young Henry’s Small World Festival in honour of Jay,” the band said in a statement on their Facebook page. “Filling in
Jay Curley, the bassist for Wollongong stoner rock band Tumbleweed, has died. The sudden news was announced via the band’s Facebook page just hours ago. “It is with deep sadness that we inform everyone of a great loss in the Tumbleweed family, our brother, friend and bass player Jay Curley passed away suddenly in his
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
With their new album Sounds From The Other Side now fresh from the print, Tumbleweed have loaded up the Tarago and are hitting the highways of Australia for a run of headlining performances. The first full-length album since 1995 to feature all their original members, Sounds From The Other Side marks the return of serious
Off the back of one of the most celebrated resurgences in Australian music, seminal Aussie rockers Tumbleweed have announced they will be hitting the road in support of their brand-new record Sounds From The Other Side. Sounds From The Other Side is the first time that the original members have made music together since 1995’s
2013 is shaping up to be a big year for the return of Hoodoo Gurus’ touring festival, Dig It Up! – they’ve put some solid thought into the line-up, which has grown exponentially and now features the likes of Tumbleweed, Kim Salmon as well as comedians Bob Franklin and Dave O’Neil. The Sydney leg is
Kyuss have sold out their entire Australian Tour… so it might be interesting for the lucky people who managed to grab tickets to know that North Coast band Fort will be supporting them along with legendary nineties Australian stoner rock band Tumbleweed. With five releases under their studded belt and a history of rocking venues
It was a night of checkered shirts, torn skinny jeans, unzipped hoodies and gazing down at your converse sneakers as you remembered misspent youth smoking weed and not washing your hair. Yes 90’s grunge returned to the metro. Kicking off the show was The Laurels. Meandering shoe gazer rock opened the night and lubricated the
After 15 years away from the stage, Wollongong’s stoner rock sons Tumbleweed are enjoying their recent comeback so much that they’ve decided to make it permanent.
Musical legends in Australia, the ‘stoner rock’ riffs of Wollongong’s Tumbleweed inspired a whole generation of music lovers when they emerged in 1990s from the seeds of the Proton Energy Pills and the Unheard.
Tumbleweed, the original kings of Aussie grunge, have reformed for this year’s Homebake, but as a preview Wollongong was treated to a special one-off homecoming performance at Waves.