“Thank you for inspiring me to put on skinny jeans. Thank you for inspiring me to start playing guitar.”
The dinos are hitting the road.
These intimate shows are sure to sell out.
The winning entry will win a custom Ryusuke Effects guitar pedal, homemade by Sean Caskey.
Melbourne Zoo has unveiled the long list of acts who will be performing as part of its series of Twilights concerts in 2016, including the likes of indie-pop outfit San Cisco, Perth rockers Birds Of Tokyo and roots outfit John Butler Trio. Other acts featured on the eclectic 2016 Melbourne Zoo Twilights program include Jebediah,
As part of our partnership with ibis Play we’ve put together our fav Aussie songs of the year (so far) that are the best to rock out to before a night out. Mid-year music lists are a staple of the industry’s thirst for neat, tidy little packages of sonic judgement and we here at Music
Each week the Music Feeds team hunt down their favourite new tunes, bundle them up in some, often highly legible, words and bring them to you. It’s Music Feeds Faves. Cosmo’s Midnight – Walk With Me (feat. KUČKA) You know that amazing feeling you get when you work on a track and then leave it
Last Dinosaurs are gearing up for the release of their forthcoming sophomore album, Wellness, by delivering a brand new single and announcing a string of national tour dates. The Brisbane indie popsters’ national Wellness tour will see them headline some of the biggest venues of their career to date, complete with all ages and under
Here’s a whole lot more Splendour to shove in your Grass. Just when you thought Splendour In The Grass 2015 couldn’t get any bigger, they’ve gone and dropped not one but TWO monster pre-party lineups that look like this. Byron Bay and Brisbane will both get a piece of the action this year, with the
Brissie indie-rocksters Last Dinosaurs’ return to the music scene is easily the most exciting dinosaur-related event of the year (take THAT Chris Pratt!) and Music Feeds is happier than a Velociraptor on heat to be premiering the brand new video for latest single Evie. Evie sees the boys once again on form with the twinkling,
The days and nights might be getting cooler, but thankfully there’s so much live music going around this winter to warm your bones. Not only are there those Splendour In The Grass sideshows, but there’s also these exciting dates from local heroes Last Dinosaurs, Ceres and Patrick James. Choose your poison guys. Last Dinosaurs National
Each week the Music Feeds team pick a favourite new song from the week that was, wrap it in a bunch of words and present it to you. It’s Music Feeds Faves. Last Dinosaurs – Evie Brissie indie-rock outfit Last Dinosaurs’ debut release In A Million Years is, for me, one of those inexplicably temporally-tied
Brisbane based outfit Last Dinosaurs has taken to Facebook today to announce that it will be continuing on its journey one member down. Bassist Sam Gethin-Jones has confirmed that he will no longer be part of the band, stepping down from his duties but promises this isn’t the end of his affair with music. Though
Groovin the Moo continues, year after year, to bring chill vibes and good times to rural settings, and this year was no exception. Those queuing early at the gate were the first to be treated with the absolutely perfect weather on Sunday. Those who’d made the journey from down south and were dreading the North
Last Dinosaurs have become one of Australia’s most currently talked about acts behind their 2012 debut album In A Millon Years. Ladened with hook-heavy, infectious indie hymns that leave you humming the melodies and reenacting the guitar riffs, In A Millon Years has hatched a herd of carnivorous singles easily identifiable by the distinctive bite
Brisbane indie-rock outfit Last Dinosaurs were back in town last Saturday night, kicking off their Australian tour Satellites. The Brissy boys were full of confidence after a stint rocking around Europe, and were met with an equally exuberant crowd of young screaming teenagers. High on the drug of life (and sugar) the under 18-enthralled crowd
Brisbane’s Last Dinosaurs have released a new music video for their track Andy. The video was directed by Michael Sloane, the same man behind other Last Dinosaurs videos such as Zoom and Time & Place. Working with lead singer Sean Caskey for the feel and direction of the song, the duo drew upon Andy Warhol’s
Adelaide music lovers are in luck!
A lazy writer would probably begin an article like this one by making a lame joke about dinosaurs and extinction. This lazy writer is evidently no exception. Last night’s sold-out show at the OAF was more or less excellent and I can’t see the Dinos disappearing off of the face of the earth unless they