There’s also Daryl Braithwaite, Spiderbait, Parliament Funkadelic and more!
Ahead of their big stadium tour supporting GNR.
Get in the ring motherf*ckers.
*cries proud tears of green & gold*
The latest track off their forthcoming LP ‘Victorious’ is kind of like Black Sabbath meets Led Zeppelin.
Wolfmother’s back, baby.
Wolfmother and Angus & Julia Stone are the first Aussies to be added to Guitar Hero Live‘s ever-expanding playlist of guitar-friendly — well, plastic-guitar-friendly — tracks. With another ten songs from the game’s playlist now unveiled, stay-at-home rock gods will soon be able to mash away to Wolfmother’s Cosmic Egg album cut Sundial, and spend
Normally when you tell people you’re heading to Groovin, advice comes in thick and fast to rug up and wear wellies. But this weekend Bendigo put on an absolute belter. Amongst the dust, with not a drop of rain in sight, hordes of facial-hair-sprouting, heat-stroke-defying, bucket-hat-wearing music lovers descended on the town’s Prince Of Wales
Charli XCX, Hilltop Hoods, You Me At Six & more!
Due to a technical slip-up by promotions company AEG Live, thousands of music fans were able to purchase heavily discounted tickets to see lineups performing during the UK’s British Summer Time festival. Just how discounted? Tickets went out the door for £2.50, or about $4.52 Australian. And what will these lucky punters be getting for
Wolfmother are dead. Long live Wolfmother.
UPDATE: Blur replacements have finally been announced – full details here! Everyone’s got their own ideas about who’s going to replace Big Day Out 2014 drop-outs Blur, but now there’s a way to officially lodge your I-told-you-so’s ahead of time with Sportsbet now offering bets on their “What act will replace Blur?” list. Some of
While the news of Britpop giants Blur dropping out of their co-headline spot at Big Day Out 2014 came as a shock to many, including festival organisers, one Australian band have swept in to save the day: Wolfmother are vying for the coveted spot between Arcade Fire and Pearl Jam. Ahead of another ‘secret show’,
Wolfmother have just logged what’s surely the shortest break-up ever, with the Aussie rockers getting back together for a show in Los Angeles this coming Monday a whopping 10 weeks after they played their “final show” supporting Aerosmith in Melbourne on 4th May. Earlier in the year, frontman Andrew Stockdale called it quits to embark
Having put his Wolfmother alter ego on the backburner for the time being, Andrew Stockdale has announced plans to go forth under his own name, and has now locked in a run of headlining Australian tour dates. After revealing that Wolfmother’s last performance for the foreseeable future would take place in support of Aerosmith in
Rumours of Wolfmother’s death have been somewhat exaggerated, says main man Andrew Stockdale. He took to Facebook today to announce that all hope is not lost for the resurrection of the rock outfit, suggesting that there could be more to come from the band when the time is right. “The name isn’t being killed off,
Wolfmother fans, rejoice – the band has very, very recently announced a surprise gig that will be taking place very, very soon…as in, less than an hour from now. To celebrate the release of their latest clip to the recently released Wolfmother/Andrew Stockdale track Long Way To Go, the band will be performing a free
Andrew Stockdale has come good on his threats to continue making music away from the banner of Wolfmother, and today we have the first sample of what we can expect. Long Way to Go is a much more uplifting jam than you’d expect, suggesting that Stockdale is very pleased with his new direction. Along with
Well, this ain’t a huge surprise. Andrew Stockdale is ditching his Wolfmother alias (it was pretty much just him and a rent-a-band anyway) and has declared that he’ll be releasing what was meant to be the band’s new record under his own name. Stockdale took to his Twitter page today to say that the album