Party like it’s 1999!
You Am I
Performing as part of A Fist Full Of Rock.
Hoodoo Am I?
While You Am I are “bogged down in negotiations about a new group haircut”.
A tale of two cities.
“A lineup squarely aimed at those feeling the sentimental resonance of ‘90s summers, exciting Big Day Out lineups and triple j Hottest 100’s which didn’t court controversy.”
Cheers to that!
‘Play School’ just got even cooler.
We’re talking You Am I, Something For Kate, Spiderbait oh and Jebediah and The Meanies!
Sultan was reportedly star struck, not by Fanning or You Am I though but rather Big and Little Ted.
With a whole host of local talent, the festival held in the shade of one of our biggest faux fruits looks to be living up to its namesake.
Winners are grinners!
The Hunter Valley festival is back after taking a year off.
Pro-shot footage has emerged of singer-songwriter Courtney Barnett covering Heavy Heart by Aussie alt-rockers You Am I — a track which she says is her favourite song of all time. Barnett rarely performs her Heavy Heart cover, and only a few crowd-shot bootlegs exist, so this new clip really is a treat. Captured at a
You Am I frontman Tim Rogers has described the abuse directed at retired AFL player and former Australian Of The Year Adam Goodes as “cowardly” in a passionate new interview. Like Goodes, Rogers is a David Jones brand ambassador. Unlike Goodes, though, he hasn’t been hit with abuse both before and after appearing in the
Fervent fashionista and You Am I frontman Tim Rogers has surprised fans by taking a little turn on the catwalk in a new campaign for David Jones. Feeling just too sexy for his shirt in the clip, Rogers gets rid of it as he conducts the buildings of Sydney’s skyline to the tune of Kanye
When I call Tim Rogers at midday on a Friday, he’s still asleep. “Hello,” he grunts groggily. “G’day Tim, it’s Nathan from Music Feeds. How’s it going?” “I’m alright, how are you?” “I’m good thanks. Are you all good for our interview?” “I guess so.” It’s kind of what you’d expect from the Australian rock
Fast approaching its fifth birthday, the Riverboats Music Festival has just released the line-up for 2016’s event with Missy Higgins, You Am I and The Church set to headline. Returning to the banks of the Murray River at Echuca-Moama from Friday 19th of February to Sunday the 21st, this year’s line-up is bigger than ever