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Sounds Like Brisbane is a musical collaboration between Brisbane artists and labels to promote the bulging scene in Brisbane. The album features the likes of I Heart Hiroshima, Regurgitator, The Optimen and The Good Ship. Craig Spann from Sugarrush records gives us the background on the comp. Music Feeds: Tell us a bit about the
Gang Of Four are finally on their first tour of Australia. After 33 years of on-again off-again existence in numerous incarnations – but always featuring singer Jon King and guitarist Andy Gill – the Gang are back in business (again) behind their new album Content, bringing their revolutionary brand of funked-up no-wave noise to the
Due to a slight mix-up with the the venue, I Heart Hiroshima have amended the date of the forthcoming Brisbane show, part of their reunion tour. Corrected dates below I HEART HIROSHIMA REUNION SHOWS Brisbane Friday, January 29 Woodland w/ Special guests Sydney Friday, February 4 Last Night @ Gaelic Club w/ Howl LIVE, Sampology,
Edit: Brisbane show has been changed. Following a year long hiatus, Brisbane three-piece I Heart Hiroshima are back for a run of shows down the east coast. Taking a break last year after drummer Susie Patten moved to Berlin, Patten having recently joined up with Philadelphia Grand Jury and heading back here with the boys
Official music video for “River”, the second single from I Heart Hiroshima’s sophomore album The Rip, out now through Valve Records.
Bassless Brissy three piece I Heart Hiroshima are a band with a work ethic that would put most Japanese prisoners of war to shame. Between hand making the set of a miniature city used in the video of their new single Shaky Town and playing a forty date UK and European tour in just eight
With the latest installment in this trail of construction about to flood the driest of lands I Heart Hiroshima will release their much agitated second album THE RIP
Cut it out, cook it up, rocket on…