“It sure does feel nice not giving a fuck”
The Love Junkies
The Perth band will tour Australia in May.
A new Australian mini-festival has been launched in what appears to be some kind of musical protest against electronic behemoth Stereosonic, which has picked up its fair share of haters (and lovers) over the years. The new festival, which is literally called “[email protected]#K Stereo’s // Let’s ROCK”, is being hosted in Adelaide this December, and
This year’s State Of The Art (SOTA) music festival will be headlined by none other than Perth five-piece Birds Of Tokyo, who are set to play their first Perth show in over two years at the WA festival this WA Day long weekend. The local lads, who are working with Tool producer David Bottril on
The Aussie contingent of South By Southwest 2015 has expanded to an impressive total of over 30 confirmed artists, thanks to some recent additions including Canberra three-piece SAFIA (pictured), New South Wales singer-songwriter Steve Smyth, Melburnian singer-songwriter Hamish Anderson and producer duo Carmada. Other Australian acts which have been added to SXSW over the festival’s
Lewis Walsh, drummer for WA alt rock trio The Love Junkies has bravely come out as transgender. The 24-year old Walsh wrote a candid and emotional piece, published via Tone Deaf earlier today, detailing his struggle with concealing, and coming to terms with, his trans identity. In the article Walsh begins by addressing fans who
Perth band Timothy Nelson & The Infidels have cleaned up at the 2014 Western Australian Music Awards overnight, claiming five awards out of their total seven nominations across various categories. Nelson and co. took out the top prize for Best Album, behind recently released LP Terror Terror, Hide It Hide It, as well as Best
This year’s nominees for the WAM (Western Australian Music) Awards have been announced. Leading the way, with seven noms apiece, are Perth bands Timothy Nelson & The Infidels and The Love Junkies. Nelson and co. are up for, among other categories, Best Rock Act and Best Album, behind recently release LP Terror Terror, Hide It
Perth band Gyroscope have announced they will be getting back on the road this December, playing five shows across the country to celebrate the 10th anniversary of their debut album Sound Shattering Sound. Starting at Brisbane’s Brightside on Thursday, 11th December, the Gyroscope boys will then head to venues in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth.
The already mighty live lineup for the country’s leading music industry conference and showcase, Brisbane’s BIGSOUND, has now been rounded out with the addition of 12 final acts who will perform at the event this September. Completing the grand total of 140 local and international artists who will play across conference’s three days include Melbourne
Having recently announced their much anticipated new album Raise The People will drop on March 7th, Melbourne based rockers Calling All Cars have announced an extensive 22-date national tour across the country bringing their act to city and regional stages alike. With two radio singles Werewolves and Standing In The Ocean from the album saturating
Melbourne’s Ding Dong Lounge have announced that they will be hosting what they’re calling “the NYE bender to end all NYE benders,” with a show headlined by seven-piece psychedelic impressionists King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard, with sets from The Murlocs and many more. Since King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard will first assembled one