When you go into “indefinite hibernation”, it’s understandable if you disappear off the radar for a bit and don’t get up to many activities. And – at least in the public’s eyes – that’s exactly the case with Silverchair bass player Chris Joannou. While bandmates Ben Gillies and Daniel Johns have popped up over the
Silverchair bass player Chris Joannou has confirmed that the all-conquering Newcastle trio have definitely not ruled out a reunion in the coming years. Speaking on the eve of the Rock N’ Ride journey that he is taking part in for national youth mental health initiative Headspace, Joannou said “the book is still open” when quizzed
Daniel Johns isn’t the only member of the dearly departed Silverchair who has been keeping busy. In a recent interview with The Herald Sun, drummer and founding member Ben Gillies revealed details of the new project, as well as the first musical offering. Writing and gigging as a solo performer under the moniker Bento, Gillies
The trailer for Silverchair’s Daniel Johns and film maker Josh Wakely‘s long-mooted project My Mind’s Own Melody has been released.
After the news this week that Silverchair were taking an ‘indefinite hiatus’, that is, essentially splitting up, news has emerged that frontman Daniel Johns is set to put together a solo album from the material originally meant to make up a new Silverchair album.
Silverchair have split up today, announcing on the band’s official website that they would be going on an indefinite hiatus. The letter signed by members Daniel Johns, Chris Joannou and Ben Gillies cited the reasons for the breakup being that Silverchair was no longer “fun” and “fulfilling creatively”. Read the letter to fans in its
Melbourne’s Raw Gallery is currently holding an exhibition featuring famous photos of some of rock’s best-loved icons. The exhibition is titled Generation X: The Soundtrack For Generation Whatever, and as the name suggests is devoted to the alternative rock scene of the late eighties and early nineties, when grunge, hip hop, punk and general slacker
We’ve just received an invite here at the Music Feeds offices to a very special press conference next Friday 9th April where Aussie rockers Powderfinger will be announcing details of “their upcoming, major Australian tour”.