But he won’t be leaving the band
The Jungle Giants
The Together We Can Work Together tour will kick off in Brisbane on 17th June
Much cowbell. Very A+.
Wet and wild in Sydney’s Domain.
Ivan Ooze wraps up his high-energy, double-fist-pump heavy set with, “You guys have been the fuckin’ gnarliest festival crowd we’ve played for.” Let’s be honest, it may be early afternoon, but ‘fuckin’ gnarly’ is pretty standard for Newy. The menacing storm clouds provide the perfect backdrop for this Halloween party. Newcastle’s foreshore is littered with
The second annual Party In The Park festival is set to hit Sydney’s Northern Beaches in March 2016, packing the likes of Brisbane indie-rockers Ball Park Music, The Jungle Giants and roots act The Beautiful Girls. Other acts on the 2016 Party In The Park lineup, which is twice as big as last year’s, include
Chet Faker, Flight Facilities and Father John Misty are just some of the names emblazoned on the gigan-a-mous bill for WA’s new Disconnect Festival. The three-day camping extravaganza, situated in the picturesque Fairbridge Village just one hour south of Perth, is scheduled to take place this December, from Friday 11th to Sunday 13th. With the
“What’s a Speakerzoid?”: A question that ignites curiosity about Brisbane quartet The Jungle Giants’ latest release. Yet as we hurtle through the next 40 minutes, our curiosity isn’t quite quenched. Kicking of festivities with first single Every Kind of Way, we’re given our first introduction to the first of many unrecognisable accents that are littered
Newcastle’s new boutique music festival This That has announced its maiden lineup, packed with the likes of RüFüS, Birds Of Tokyo, and Tkay Maizda. The festival’s 16-act lineup also includes Sticky Fingers, The Jungle Giants, Kilter, The Kite String Tangle, Asta and more. Announced just over a week ago, This That will make its debut
Business is booming for Mumford & Sons following the release of their less banjo-y new album Wilder Mind, and to celebrate, they’re coming down to peddle their wares right here in Australia. And bringing some shit hot interns along to help out. Fellow Brits Jake Bugg, The Vaccines and American buzz band Future Islands will
It’s a little bit weird hearing thousands of people sing “I only have sex with myself” at the top of their lungs. Though I reckon the kids from Ball Park Music are fairly used to it by now. With his slim fit trousers, pale shirt and chunky glasses frontman Sam Cormack may look like a
Come Together Festival 2015 is just a few weeks away, and festival organisers have now dropped official set times so punters can get even more excited about who they’re going to see at the Sydney event. Come Together organisers have taken to the festival’s two official Facebook event pages to share the event’s official set
Brisbane indie-rockers The Jungle Giants are getting back into the swing of things in the lead up to their as-yet-untitled second studio album, with a national tour now lined up in support of their latest single, Every Kind Of Way. The Jungle Giants’ Every Kind Of Way Tour will see the band take to the
The 2015 Come Together Festival lineup is here, bringing an all-Aussie roster of hip hop and indie including the likes of rapper Seth Sentry, Sydney trio Thundamentals, Horrorshow, festival favourites Ball Park Music and Brisbane four-piece The Jungle Giants. Other acts on this year’s Come Together lineup (below) include Remi, SAFIA, Elizabeth Rose, Montaigne and
The pressure on a successful music festival in its second year is almost expected. Will it be as good as last year? Will it be better? Will they have introduced anything new? Will it have fixed those niggling problems? Or will it join the long list of events that have failed in the floundering Aussie
The first artist lineup for Mountain Sounds Festival 2015 has officially dropped, and is led by DZ Deathrays, The Jungle Giants, The Kite String Tangle, Northeast Party House, Safia and The Griswolds. Returning in February 2015 after a successful inaugural event this year, Mountain Sounds’ lineup already looks promising, and more acts are still to
En route to the Maitland leg of Groovin The Moo 2014, I was sure I knew what the biggest mission of the day would be. The organisers just always seem to get it right: some solid international acts interspersed between seasoned Aussie festival acts, and those up-and-comers that Triple J listeners would be all too
Following a successful 2013 debut with a lineup that featured the likes of The Amity Affliction, Dune Rats, and Chance Waters, the organisers of the under-18s Live It Up Festival have decided to go bigger and better for 2014, bringing together Parkway Drive, Violent Soho, and more. Byron Bay metalcore heroes Parkway Drive have been
In between working in his backyard studio on some rap beats with a friend, the charismatic lead singer of The Jungle Giants, Sam Hales, gave Music Feeds some time for a chat ahead of the band’s first-ever performance and tour overseas in the United States. Hales calls it the “business trip”, and says it will
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