“You won’t find a bigger and better offering for the money.”
“A lineup squarely aimed at those feeling the sentimental resonance of ‘90s summers, exciting Big Day Out lineups and triple j Hottest 100’s which didn’t court controversy.”
We’re talking You Am I, Something For Kate, Spiderbait oh and Jebediah and The Meanies!
Get outta town and into another!
Melbourne pub-rockers The Meanies are about to set out on the road to celebrate the release of rip-snorter of a new album It’s Not Me, It’s You, and we got vocalist Link to run us through five of the bands biggest career mistakes, so you can avoid the hell out of em. #TheMoreYouKnow. 1. Drinking
It has been over two decades since Melbourne pub rockers The Meanies dropped their latest album, but with a brand-spanking new full-length effort called It’s Not Me, It’s You ready to arrive in September, the band are taking their new tunes on the road this October. The Meanies’ It’s Not Me, It’s You album tour
The Smith Street Band have been named to headline Poison City Records’ annual Melbourne music festival, Poison City Weekender. The local rabble-rousers headline a bill stuffed with some of the label’s finest punk and indie-rock acts, including Clowns, Luca Brasi and Soundwave 2015 alumni, The Bennies. There’s also an influx of heavy-hitters from the US,
Now in its ninth year, Golden Plains feels more ritual than festival. Arrange convoy, stock up on tinnies, argue about where to camp and then, finally, arrive to remember you forgot at least a few vital items. But once the tents are up and you stop lamenting about how bad your campsite is compared to
The Village People, Conor Oberst & more!
Australian punk rock stalwarts The Meanies have this year approached a rare milestone in the world of music, celebrating 25 years of existence in which time they have weathered many a storm to still be not only around but hungrier now than ever before. To prove it, they’ve hit the road again, but not before
Port Melbourne’s Fennel Street will play host to the inaugural Port Royal Street Party on Saturday, 18th January, with Australian punk rock legends Cosmic Psychos headlining a spectacular lineup of local bands, set to play against the backdrop of the Melbourne CBD. Fellow punk rock stalwarts, The Meanies will be dropping by and tearing up