Gearing up for the release of their debut album.
“There’s a culture shift that needs to happen.”
Absolutely not on.
The all-ages event is sure to go off.
What was in, what was out and who stole the show.
Hell f*ck yeah!
The Brisbane punks are hitting the road, with new music in their pockets.
From heavy acts like In Hearts Wake and Columbus to indie heads like Tired Lion and Dear Seattle.
Merry fucken’ Christmas from Violent Soho.
A second chance for anyone who missed out on tickets!
Some more huge acts are heading to Tassie this NYE.
Just days out from the festival.
Touring down under for the first time in three years.
Their biggest Aussie shows to date.
The new punk festival just got even bigger.
The Foundry’s huge birthday bash is going down tomorrow, Thursday 18th August!
It’s no secret that Australia is one of the most expensive countries in the world, a fact that young Aussie bands touring the country, know all too well. Unlike the US and Europe, where the next million people are just down the road, each major population hub is approximately 1000 kms from the next, so
Not a bad deal!
With a slew of shows alongside the likes of Kingswood, The Delta Riggs, Stonefield and White Lung, Brissie noisemakers WAAX are gearing up to make themselves known as a force to be reckoned with, with an upcoming headline tour and a brand new video for recent single I For An Eye, which Music Feeds is
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