A hip-hop trio is reuniting for it.
Moses Gunn Collective
Dreams? Check. Girls? Check. Unicorns? Sure…
The venues are, of course, suitably intimate.
Despite being an incredibly confined space, Good God’s musical cavern can usually be found ebbing with vitality through its jittering patrons. Yet as timing would have it, 8:00PM on a Saturday sees last minute Noire-replacement Matrick Jones hit the stage, but the room is practically empty. A shame really; considering that these four deliver satisfactory,
Brissie pysch-rockers Moses Gunn Collective have this week released another rip-snorter of a track, Hot Mess and to celebrate the scintillating 2 minutes of glory, and their upcoming tour (deets below), the guys have picked for us their six favourite hot messes. “Hot Mess is a straight up love ballad. We’ve all loved a hot mess,
Brissie psych-rockers Moses Gunn Collective continue to hurtle towards their debut album Mercy Mountain, and have today released the sexy AF music video for lead single Back Into The Womb, and Music Feeds has the premiere for you right here! Currently on tour with fellow Brisvegans The Jungle Giants, the supergroup of sorts (members hail
Brisbane indie-rockers The Jungle Giants are getting back into the swing of things in the lead up to their as-yet-untitled second studio album, with a national tour now lined up in support of their latest single, Every Kind Of Way. The Jungle Giants’ Every Kind Of Way Tour will see the band take to the
Brisbane psych-rock four-piece Moses Gunn Collective are just days away from releasing their new EP Morning Shakes and, in anticipation of D-Day, Music Feeds is proudly premiering the video for the EP’s new single Mary. The video sees each of Moses Gunn Collective’s band members sit in front of a snow-topped mountain backdrop while decked
Falls Festival have just announced a bunch of new names for their already bulging 2014/2015 lineup. Acts now added to the Falls Byron bill include Airling, Moses Gunn Collective, and KLP, while Falls Lorne have also added KLP alongside Japanese Wallpaper, Benson, Just A Gent and others. These artists, and more, will share the stage