What the fuck was in the air?!?
The Metro Theatre
For one of Australia’s hardest working bands April 8th may seem a long time away right now but for the Jezabels I’m sure there isn’t enough time in one day. After completely selling out all eleven dates on their national Dark Storm tour in November 2010, playing to packed crowds at the Falls Music Festival
Following the announcement that their one-off show at The Corner Hotel in Melbourne sold out in one day, enigmatic hip-hop luminaries Chuck D, Flavor Flav, DJ Lord and The S1W’s – aka Public Enemy – will play a second Australian show this summer, performing their ground-breaking album Fear of a Black Planet at the Metro
U.S. hip-hop heavy weights have announced a second side show in Sydney. Public Enemy are touring Australia as part of the summer festival line-up with appearance announced for Southbound, The Falls, Field Day, and Sunset Sounds. The second Sydney show – this time at The Metro – comes after Public Enemy’s one Melbourne side show
This Saturday, October 30 will see Sydney’s most iconic local venue, The Metro transform into a make-shift bat cave to play host to the Halloween Monster Mash, a celebration of all that is ghouly and great. Dressing in their scariest swagger and opening each set with a freakish cover of favourite deceased artists will be
It’s been a magical past year for Melbourne’s hip-hop maestros TZU.
Toronto duo Crystal Castles will commence their Australian tour next week
Future Entertainment is proud to announce electro/indie/rock icons CSS, performing solo shows in Melbourne and Sydney as part of the Future Music Festival Tour.
There must be something about the seclusion of a remote location that brings out explosive inspiration in some people. The Unabomber lived in a remote cabin in the wilderness of Montana, and Melbourne band The Drones adopted a similar dwelling to write and record their latest studio release, Havilah. Guitarist Dan Luscombe explains how it
Having seen The Polyphonic Spree when they last toured in 2005, I was unsure about whether I should go. Deciding to go was one of the best decisions I’ve made this year, along with electing to have my left testicle removed and choosing a fixed rate mortgage. The show started with a red piece of