Police have released CCTV footage of a man wanted for questioning about a February assult in Sydney’s Surry Hills on The Growl‘s bassist Marc Earley, that fractured the Perth musician’s hand and has threatened his career. The band have since cancelled their upcoming SXSW shows as Earley undergoes recovery. The Sydney Morning Herald reports, NSW
The Growl bassist Marc Earley has issued a statement regarding the career-threatening unprovoked attack against him, after the crowd funding campaign set up by band member Cam Avery to pay for Marc’s surgery hit the target of $20, 000 within twenty four hours of going live. The attack occurred at an Oporto restaurant on Oxford
Fremantle rock outfit The Growl have issued a statement regarding an unprovoked violent attack on band member Marc Earley that occurred around 3am Monday, 2nd February, leaving him with two fractures on the upper knuckle. The bassist has been flown to Perth from Sydney for surgery. According to the statement, the attack occurred at an
The Creases were tasked with kicking off Laneway Festival‘s 2014 celebrations in Brisbane, and they performed admirably. They were loud, unabashedly fun, and “Louise” the scantily clad tambourine (wo)man was gallivanting across the stage in a way that all in attendance would have, given the chance. The perfect kick off for a festival. On to
Things may have gotten massive for Tennessee rockers Kings Of Leon over the last few years but the Followill boys are stripping it down and reigning it in for one intimate headlining show at Sydney’s Enmore Theatre. The quartet had previously announced just one show at Sydney Harbour for their November trip to Oz, promoting
The festival gods smiled upon Splendour In The Grass for a third consecutive day, delivering blue skies and warm weather for a pleasant morning. The opening group of bands delivered the tightest choice thus far – a toss up between PVT, The Growl and The Jungle Giants. Seasoned local experimental trio PVT felt like the
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Just when you thought WA couldn’t possibly produce another high quality psychedelic, stoner rock act the likes of Tame Impala and Pond – along comes The Growl from Fremantle with their cracker of a debut album, What Would Christ Do??. Although all three acts are interconnected through the sharing of various band members, The Growl’s
All the bands from this morning’s announcement!