Remember the good times
Sia leads the list of winners in this year’s APRA Music Awards, making history as the first artist to win the coveted Songwriter Of The Year award two years running. APRA AMCOS announced the winners, who also included Vance Joy and Lorde, at their annual marquee event in Brisbane overnight, as they celebrated Australian songwriting
“That’s some fine detective work, Soundcloud”
Grinspoon frontman Phil Jamieson and Big Day Out CEO Adam Zammit are bringing Rock N Ride back to Oz in 2014, assembling a crew and undertaking a massive motorbike ride down the east coast to raise funds for headspace, the National Youth Mental Health Foundation. The team are set to ride the 1,500 miles between
Triple J have this morning announced the nominees for this years J Award for excellence in the field of making a music clip. With such few places on the shortlist, the standards could not have been higher, resulting in a list of 6 bands, and 6 directors who have excelled at their craft. The Paper
Following the announcement that famed party crew FACT will be bringing a boutique festival to Cockatoo Island in February, NSW beachside residents now have a chance to party with the likes of The Preatures, Bluejuice and more at the newly announced Cronulla Endless Summer Festival. “A celebration of the suburb’s unique history and stunning beachside
The boys from Bluejuice are well-known for the fun and energy of their gigs, which they prefer to call “parties.” Their amazingly high energy, sold out show at The Corner Hotel in Melbourne on Friday night, organised to launch their new single S.O.S, was no exception. Melbourne’s Lurch & Chief opened the night, followed by
Bluejuice are back with a vengeance. The Sydney rock outfit are hot on the tour trail, getting behind their brand-spankin’ new single S.O.S., complete with an accompanying video that sees the band on a mission to rid the world of douchebags. That’s a cause we should all get behind, so entry to this competition should
Known for making hilarious jams with musical integrity, Bluejuice have become one of Australia’s most beloved bands. For reasons why, you needn’t look any further than their current single S.O.S and its video clip which actively campaigns against the common douche bag. It takes a seriously rare type of dude to wage such a war,
Fed up with the current douche infested state of society, the rude, crude dudes from Bluejuice have taken matters into their own hands – but real change starts with you. The band have released a PSA informing the world of their new service, Douchebusters, who are ready and willing to answer your SOS. Do you
Keeping true to their word, the cats from Fat As Butter have today unveiled the next round of artists set to perform at the 2013 edition of the festival. The second announcement sees the homegrown factor increased with a stack of native artists, including The Rubens and Bluejuice, now contributing to the madness unfolding within
Aussie indie funk rock outfit Bluejuice have a brand-new single coming out this September, SOS, and it features a stack of exciting talent who will ensure the band’s return to the airwaves maintains their strong tradition of awesome. According to a post on frontman Jake Stone‘s Facebook (below), SOS features the handiwork of Sparkadia singer
Aussie-based artist known simply as The Son has unveiled his debut motion comic today, dubbed More Fire. The #1 issue of what is sure to be an epic series sees the artist collaborate with Bluejuice. The story is short but manages to cram enough in to get you fairly keen for what happens next. Set
Everyone’s favourite local band Bluejuice has taken to Facebook on this lovely little Monday to share some internal news that will no doubt effect at least some of us – after 12 years Jerry Craib, their prominent keyboardist, has left the band. It’s surely a difficult time for the band but their announcement is as
All last week Music Feeds featured Brisbane indie outfit The Cairos’ new EP Colours Like Features. Now, to celebrate the EP’s official release, The Cairos are returning to the road for not one, not two, but three different supporting tours.
Bluejuice have released another video from their latest album Company. Following the clips for Shock and Act Yr Age, this new one has them appear in a quite realistic send-up of a karaoke video. The video was directed by the band’s long time video collaborator Sam Bennetts, who was also responsible for their Broken Leg,
After rocking the socks off the 2012 Big Day Out tour, Sydney feel-good-electro group, Bluejuice have just announced a string of Australian dates.
While Bluejuice were in Sydney for The Big Day Out, they found time to drop into the triple j offices for ‘Like A Version’. They chose to cover Lana Del Rey’s Video Games, which came in at #6 in the recent Hottest 100 countdown.
Bluejuice have announced Australian East Coast tour dates on the back of their latest album Company. The Sizzling 2012 tour will take them to coastal beach towns at each leg of their tour. Their house music pals The Aston Shuffle will join them on each show, promising to make it an entertaining month of sunshine