A shit storm of talent.
We finally know what this tropical fuck storm of talent sounds like.
A tropical fuck storm of talent.
He’ll be playing Drones faves and solo stuff.
One of them will go on to pocket the $30K cash prize.
So much Gizz.
A list mostly made up of newcomers.
Elliphant, Shihad, The Drones and heaps more.
More treats than tricks this Halloween.
Melbourne’s turning it on.
Now spread across two days, Fairgrounds is lookin’ tastier than ever.
The 10 day festival will consist of over 40 events.
Australia is awake, and Asia is the sleeping, real version of us.
New song, new shows!
Feelin kinda excited for this.
News Corp Australia columnist, political commentator and right-wing buzz-kill figurehead Andrew Bolt says that being personally called out on the latest single from Perth rockers The Drones is proof that he’s “offending exactly the right kind of people”. In a blog post on The Daily Telegraph, Bolt has shared The Drones’ latest track Taman Shud,
More then just a pretty building that gets whacked on postcards and stamps ad nauseum, the iconic Sydney Opera House holds such a status due to its endless list of music performances, many which, thankfully for us under-70s, defy the middle word in its name and feature the foremost pop, rock, soul, folk and electronic
Looking forward, looking back. What started as a scratching post for Gareth Liddiard’s more avant-garde and obscure ideas in the late-90s across in Perth has evolved over the years into a collective widely regarded as one of this country’s most historically-important and endlessly-fruitful bands. Theirs is a musical endeavour that pushes through any and all
The 18-day Darwin Festival will return to Australia’s north this August, and has unveiled an extensive and super-eclectic music lineup featuring the likes of Canberra lads SAFIA, Xavier Rudd & The United Nations, rockers The Drones and Brisbane indie act Holy Holy. Other acts confirmed for this year’s lineup include singer-songwriters Thelma Plum and Abbe