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King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard
The nominations have been announced for the inaugural The Age Music Victoria Awards, and indie darlings The Drones have proven that their brand of experimental rock is still a winner, bringing in three nominations for Best Album, Best Band and Best Live Act. Paul Kelly, Adalita, King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, Dick Diver and
The Carlton Dry Independent Music Award winners were announced last night and cleaning up big was Australia’s crown prince of EDM, Flume, taking home four awards including the coveted Best Independent Artist Award. The awards were held at Revolt Art Space in Kensington, Melbourne, and featured performances by Archie Roach, Violent Soho, Saskwatch and nominees
Melbourne fuzz purveyors King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard left a lasting impression on industry hob-nobbers and music lovers at the recent BIGSOUND conference and it seems the band plan on striking while the iron’s hot. They’ve announced a run of headlining shows throughout November, in celebration of their new album Float Along – Fill
It’s a big moment for King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard and their fans right now, with the band but also firing off the first warning shot for their forthcoming album, a tasty number titled 30 Past 7, as well as dropping a cheeky run of headlining shows kicking off towards the end of August.
Melbourne musos Stonefield, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard and Fraser A. Gorman have had a bunch of equipment stolen, including a unique hand-painted guitar – check out the picture below to see if you recognise it. Stonefield drummer and vocalist Amy Findlay and her partner, King Gizzard drummer Michael Cavanagh, returned home to find
On a steaming thirty-seven degree day where he “might go for a dip and chill out before the gig”, Stu Mackenzie, vocalist of King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, took some time out a few hours before supporting Jeff the Brotherhood at the Corner Hotel in Melbourne. He talked about what we can look forward
King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard are a scrappy seven-piece from Carlton, Melbourne. Their long-winded band name stands in contrast to their short punchy tracks, which deliver brief bursts of brutality via a messy and manic sound where passion prevails over precision and savagery enslaves sophistication: in other words KG&TLW are loud, brash and a
Converse Australia are launching Acts of Disruption, that will feature performances from Australia’s most exciting and emerging bands. The first event will be held in Sydney on Friday, May 11 at the recently vacated Rozelle Hospital, with stalwarts of the underground Melbourne scene, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, as the first band. Acts of