Peter Noble is “trying to come up with the impossible replacement”
Melbourne Zoo’s Twilights concert series returns in 2015, with a huge lineup of local and international artists. Led by Paul Kelly, James Reyne, Powderfinger’s Bernard Fanning, Sarah Blasko, Dan Sultan, Connor Oberst and The Cat Empire, the 2015 itinerary will spread 12 all-ages shows across five weekends beginning 30th January. The 2015 Twilights program is
The organisers behind A Day On The Green have today announced a brand new sister festival for younger punters, which will debut next April. Dubbed Rolling Green, the inaugural event will be headlined by blues rock duo The Black Keys, with support from Spiderbait, Band Of Skulls, and Bad//Dreems. It’s been a big day for
Alt-J, Röyksopp & Robyn & more!
UPDATE 18/08/14: The Falls Festival 2014 lineup has arrived! Full details here. On the cusp of heading out on their first national headline tour in a decade and fresh from their highly awaited performance at Splendour In The Grass, Spiderbait‘s Kram has revealed the band are discussing a possible appearance on the 2014/2015 Falls Festival
After swiftly selling out their recently-added second Melbourne gig, the mighty Spiderbait have announced the addition of a third and final Melbourne show this September. The show will take place at the Corner Hotel on Saturday, 13th September, with tickets on sale this Thursday, 17th July. With a highly awaited performance at Splendour In The
Though England may have the Barmy Army, renowned for their blind devotion to the Queen’s cricketing best, they never flew out their nation’s finest rockers for a one-off show. But that’s exactly what the Socceroos fan contingent, who proudly call themselves Fanatics, recently went and did. In addition to hosting the 2014 World Cup, Brazil
Australian rock and roll monoliths Spiderbait have announced the addition of a second Melbourne show to their August national tour. After selling out their first Melbourne show in a matter of hours, the second gig will now take place at the famed Corner Hotel in Richmond on Sunday, 31st August. Tickets for Spiderbait’s first national
Secret Sounds have announced that the band who define what it means to be Australian rock royalty, Spiderbait, will embark on their first national headline tour in a decade this August. They’ll be bringing career-spanning sets to venues in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, and Perth. From humble beginnings making noise in the tractor shed on
The 16th Deni Ute Muster, set for the 2014 October long-weekend, has announced its official artist lineup. The 2014 iteration of the festival, held in Deniliquin, New South Wales, will feature some big-name country, rock and alt-rock acts. Beginning on Friday, 3rd October, country singer-songwriter Morgan Evans, American country rock outfit Blackjack Billy, well-known Australian
The Sunshine Coasts’s most iconic tribute to giant fruit will one again be the stage for an impressive list of Australian and New Zealand (and one US) talent as The Big Pineapple Music Festival announces its 2014 lineup. Following a successful sold-out debut this year, the festival returns on Saturday 17th May 2014 with crowd
Performing live from Music Feeds Studio after 1:35pm AEDT today!
Even the most devout of Spiderbait fans are in for a surprise with the latest offering from the loved-up Aussie rockers. With the release of the official It’s Beautiful music video, we’re seeing Janet, Kram and in a way that we’ve never really seen them before. Surprised, maybe. Disappointed? Hardly. The Bait have kept up
Janet English, Kram & Damian Whitty, better known as the three humans that comprise Spiderbait, are back with their first offering of sonic spoils since 2004 – Straight Through The Sun is the lead single from their upcoming self-titled album, which now has a street date of Friday, 15th November. Following a 9-year breather, you’d
Aussie rock legends Spiderbait and Sydney soul kids The Preatures are slated to open for pop singer Pink on the final shows of her so-far record-breaking Australian tour. The Preatures, who recently came in for a session at the Music Feeds Studio, will open for seven of Pink’s final eight Aussie shows, starting Thursday, with
Nile Rodgers, The Melvins, Deerhunter, Brian Jonestown Massacre and more!
Australian roots artist Ash Grunwald is planning on a collaboration with frontman Kram from New South Wales rockers Spiderbait for a new side project called Krash. Thirty-four-year-old Grunwald revealed in an interview with Undercover that the two of them, neighbours up in Byron Bay, will embark on Krash soon. The two have appeared on stage
Update: Here is the link to the 2010 line-up http://musicfeeds.com.au/news/2010-festival-of-the-sun-line-up-announced/ With a climate recognised as the best in Australia, the sunny coastal town of Port Macquarie will for the fifth year host Festival of the Sun, at Sundowner Breakwall Tourist Park on December 11-13th.