‘Bent’ is out June 14.
ICYMI this bill RIPS
Rockin’ all around the country.
“We ventured away from classic song structure to create more of a journey.”
“No bad attitudes and zero bullshit”
Gizzfest is back and bigger than ever.
Their biggest Australian tour to date!
“We can’t wait to cause some ruckus – come and have a drink with us!”
As Above, So Below is the sound of Stonefield growing into themselves.
“Stonefield’s stint at the Newtown Social Club has proven, yet again, that these sisters can rock.”
Playing in Brisbane tonight and in Sydney tomorrow, Stonefield are taking some time to treat us to a very special live performance from Music Feeds HQ.
Learn the words and shout them back
Big Scary, DMA’s, The Living End, Ball Park Music, Tkay Maidza and many more.
Plus the release date for their sophomore LP
Stranger is preparing us for a more psychedelic type of rock, delivering their already established sound with a little more force.
In news that has become all too common these days, another Australian festival has been cancelled, as organisers of South Australia’s Gorgeous Festival have had to call it quits to poor ticket sales. Explaining via a post to the festival Facebook page, organisers said that “early ticket sales were not of a level sufficient to
Sydney rockers Gang of Youths should be playing stadiums. That’s not to say that closing the second night of the hallowed BIGSOUND Live isn’t a honour, but this group is more than ready for the big time. Selling out shows across the country touring their Top 5 debut The Positions, all this band’s hype is
The AFL has copped it from pretty much all directions since unveiling its 2015 Grand Final lineup featuring X Factor Judge Chris Isaak, British electro-pop star Ellie Goulding and your mum’s teenage crush, Bryan Adams. You’ll note there that not one single homegrown artist made the cut, even though we’re talking about the Australian –
Adelaide’s appropriately-named Gorgeous Festival is back in 2015 and even more gorgeous than ever, with Aussie songstress Kate Miller-Heidke headlining this year’s festivities. Also gracing this year’s bill will be an eclectic array of local stars, including Stonefield, Montaigne, Melbourne Ska Orchestra, Falls, Dylan Joel, Jesse Davidson and Rin McArdl. Also FYI, this year’s double-date