“If you believe it is your right as a male to do as you please, you are NOT WELCOME HERE.”
Another Violent Soho tour, hell fuck yeah!
The Tassie punks just made some sweet, sweet gravy.
Touring in support of their third full-length album
Tassie’s punk rock loving sons walk us through the essentials of a good time in the pit.
This album also excites me as to what it represents for the future.
One last time round the country, before starting work on their next album.
Titled If This Is All We’re Going To Be, Luca Brasi’s forthcoming album is the band’s most accomplished to date
Perth’s latest event series Raised In The City arrives February 19th with headliners DZ Deathrays
There’s plenty more to get hyper about with WA’s all ages event HyperFest adding a stack of new names to the festival’s 2016 lineup. Local legends Trophy Eyes, Luca Brasi and E^st are the latest acts to join the 2016 bill, joining previously announced headliners Northlane, Ball Park Music & DZ Deathrays. Rounding out the
Sweaty mess of fun.
Tassie’s favourite punks are off on the road again
Boutique music festival NYE On The Hill is returning to bring in Victoria’s new year this December, and has today added another five acts to its already extensive lineup, including Tasmanian rockers Luca Brasi, blues/soul act Mojo Juju and producer Yeo. The two other acts joining the 2015 NYE On The Hill lineup are dance
After dropping a dynamite bill into our laps last week, Poison City Weekender has unveiled its official venue lineups for 2015, as well as adding a smattering of extra acts on top of this year’s chosen crop. The newest additions to the bill, already headed up by Melbourne’s mighty punk rock sons, The Smith Street
The Smith Street Band have been named to headline Poison City Records’ annual Melbourne music festival, Poison City Weekender. The local rabble-rousers headline a bill stuffed with some of the label’s finest punk and indie-rock acts, including Clowns, Luca Brasi and Soundwave 2015 alumni, The Bennies. There’s also an influx of heavy-hitters from the US,
Bucking the trend of nasty complaints from neighbours over noise complaints, Tasmanian punks Luca Brasi have shared an undeniably adorable letter their received from their 10-year-old neighbour, complimenting their music and labelling them the most “Awesome Band Ever”. “Dear Lucabrasi, Hi I’m the daughter of the man next door to you,” the letter begins. “I
Organisers of the exclusive The Hills Are Alive festival have today announced the first lineup for the event’s seventh edition, which includes some of the country’s best up-and-coming talent like Melbourne MC Remi, Canberra trio Safia, Tassie punks Luca Brasi and alt-country artist Jen Cloher. Also amongst the 23 names kicking off the lineup for
Tasmanian punks Luca Brasi will take to the mainland and beyond in March 2015 with a string of dates around the country, touring with UK skate punks Gnarwolves and Perth indie rockers Tired Lion. Luca Brasi have had a monster 2015, selling out shows on their Get Sad, See Mates tour, drawing big crowds at
The 2014/2015 Falls Music & Arts Festival has expanded its lineup with some exciting up-and-coming Australian acts who have literally won their right to play. Falls has filled out its lineup with acts who have won big in either triple j‘s Unearthed or the festival’s own “Foster A Band” competitions. Three Aussie acts have sufficiently
Brisbane band Violent Soho are getting used to having their influence felt in the Australian music scene, but they’re still continuing to make themselves known overseas. Now the group have thrown their weight behind some top-notch Australian acts to help shows the Yanks what we’re all about. Violent Soho’s “10 Australian Bands You Need To